She has been thinking of going with a royal and canary yellow color scheme instead, but doesn't feel that the color scheme has warmth to it. So I put an inspiration board mainly in royal and yellow, but with hints of gold and bronze to warm it up. I also varied the shades of yellow so that the scheme wasn't made to feel flat by the use of just one clear, sunshiney yellow. The range of pale creamy yellows to the deep orangey yellows have more depth and interest for the eye.
Incidentally, I have worn this bridesmaid dress before (in maroon) and loved it--it's flattering on everyone (even the bridesmaid who had recently had a baby), comfortable, easy to dance in and it doesn't require a strapless bra! Also, it's affordable, priced at just $158. And yes, I have worn it again! Anyway, that's the end of my little commercial for this particular bridesmaid dress. On to the board!
Row 1. Photo 1: Guest book from Project Wedding. Photo 2: Yellow calla lily bouquet from The Knot. Photo 3: Royal blue and white striped tie from Charles Tyrwhitt. Photo 4: Royal blue bridesmaid dress from Donna Rico.
Row 2. Photo 1: Table setting from Bernardaud. Photo 2: Mango martinis from Project Wedding. Photo 3: Smoky quartz and gold earrings from Regina's Fine Jewelry. Photo 4: Wedding invitation and response card from Bella Figura. Photo 5: Strappy gold sandals from Nordstrom. Photo 6: Yellow paper lantern and draping ceremony decor from The Knot.