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Oh my, why do i do this to myself! I just cant decide and well i better considering my wedding is in April!

My colors are Turquoise and white and originally i wanted the gals to be in white dresses with turq sashes carrying turq parasols....the guys in white linen pants with turq shirts....

I will have white chair covers with turq sashes.

Now i am thinking i want to throw in another color to kind of break up just the turq and white.


I am thinking of throwing in Chocolate brown or a yellow but not sure where to throw it in!

Was thinking of doing Turq dresses with Brown Sashes and Brown parasols.....or if i do yello turq dressws with yellow sashes and yellow parasols...but then what color of shirts do the guys wearhuh.gif They already have their white pants.

I think i would also have turq and either brown/;yellow petals....

Should I just ditch the 3rd color?

Help! :)

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Well...you should do what you want! rolleyes.gif


I'm not sure if everyone else will agree with me but I like your initial idea of turquoise and white. What if you just added a pop of yellow through your bouquet?

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If the guys already have the white pants, what about brown shirts for them. Then you don't have to worry about them having turq shirts that go with and not clash with the rest of the turq.


I think the idea of yellow in the flowers is good too.

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I think that the idea of yellow is really lovely and fresh...

I would keep what you have already planned and do yellow in our flowers. Maybe yellow hair flowers for the BM's as well to tie it in? And yellow and white boutonnieres for the men? Incorporate in little ways on your tables etc as an accent color only..


Or I personally think that a green would look great with those colors as well.

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