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coral dresses, what color to pair with it?

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My ladies will be wearing David Bridals Coral Reef color dresses, but I for the life of me can not figure out how to match this in decorations & such. I do not want a coral over load, and of course I hate its complimentry color (aqua,teal, any shade of blue for that matter) Any ideas?

 

I do not know what color flowers or what kind would go with the dresses or chair sashes for the ceremony, i'm lost

 

I'd love help :) lol

 

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I did coral and aqua, but since you're not a shade of blue fan, I would votee coral, gray (silver) and yellow. 
 

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Hi,

 

My bridesmaid dresses are from Two Birds and I'm pairing them with gold, sand, and brown.

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Originally Posted by cdc150 View Post

 

I did coral and aqua, but since you're not a shade of blue fan, I would votee coral, gray (silver) and yellow. 

 

 LOVE LOVE Your wedding, I saw it featured, absolutley gorgeous!!

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Originally Posted by shes2013 View Post

 

 LOVE LOVE Your wedding, I saw it featured, absolutley gorgeous!!

 

Thank you!!  It really was such a perfect day, I wish I could relive it 10 time over :) 

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