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How about this color combo???

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Bridesmaids dresses:

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Bridesmaids will be carrying parasols:

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My bouquet:

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I am wearing white....do you think they will all look good together or does the blue not look so great with the other colourshuh.gif What do you think? How would you make it different- i'm so bad at this!

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I love the blue, but I think the color pallete looks a bit crowded with it in there. Its super pretty without the blue.

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I was thinking of doing something similar...but with a slightly lighter blue...I love blue and pink :)

It looks great!

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It's very pretty, but to be totally honest; I agree with Ana.

It is a lot of colors... If you like the idea of jewel tones like the blue; maybe a jewel tone of green would be nice?

 

If you choose to stay with blue and you like it; then it will be gorgeous all the same!!! Just sharing my personal taste.

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I guess I'm a bit confused. The other girls are saying too many colors, huh.gif Are you doing blue and pink, or are there more colors? I'm doing this exact blue and pink w/ a small hint of a kelly/lime green through out everything. I think it looks great, cause these are my colors too!

 

We actually came up w/ these colors from Martha Stewart, we went through pallettes together to come up w/ something. So if Martha stewart likes it, then it must be okay!

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Yes the colours were blue and pink with accents of orange in the flowers....Jacilynda, can you give me the link to where you saw this on martha stewart or email me with the colours you have chosen? I would love to see it! aclgwedding@live.com

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I say, all this is very personal, it's a question of taste ! If you like bright blue and bright pink together, go for it girl ! The little touch of orange is your third one, your highlight - 3 colours are not too many I think (I'm doing orange, lime green and purple). It's a beach wedding so you can be more cheerful and bright than in any other place - I think it's the perfect place to express yourself with bright colors if this is what you feel like.

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