lovely seafoam wedding ideas

A stunning seafoam colour scheme will create a completely unique, contemporary and unforgettable wedding day. It’s the perfect option if you’re planning a summer wedding, especially if it’s at the seaside! So if you’re looking to incorporate a light sage colour scheme into your wedding, then read on…

seafoam wedding ideas for a beautiful theme

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The best thing about a seafoam colour scheme is that it can be used on its own, or alongside other colours and textures. Create a whimsical bohemian feel to your day and team it with wooden, rustic details and subtle beige accents, or keep it simple and chic with fresh whites and subtle greys. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different tones of green. Mixing and matching will keep your wedding looking relaxed, laid back and ultra chic!

If you’re looking for an alternative wedding dress, why not opt for something a little different? More and more brides are branching out when it comes to wedding gowns, and wearing white is no longer the only option. I think a light sage green dress can look beautiful – although it’s important to keep the rest of your accessories simple, as you don’t want to detract from the bridal outfit. If you’re looking to keep things simple, incorporate green into your accessories. Seafoam-inspired jewellery and shoes will add subtle glimpses of gorgeous colour.

If you’ve decided on a classic white wedding gown, dress your maids in pretty mint dresses! They’ll complement your dress perfectly, and it’s a super flattering colour for most skin tones. If you don’t want matching bridesmaids, mix and match the shades so each bridesmaid is wearing a different tone of green. Simple white bouquets will look absolutely gorgeous with their gowns, too!

It’s just as easy for your hubby-to-be to add a splash of colour to his outfit too. Whilst a mint green suit might be a little too much, teaming a green tie with a cream suit will give a boho, beach feel to your big day. You can even accessories with a green buttonhole piece, or fun green buttons!

dreamy seafoam wedding ideas

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The good news is that light green flowers aren’t limited, but it’s always best to check with your florist on seasonal availability. Mix your bridal bouquet with a combination of white roses and green succulents, and finish it off with a pretty burlap ribbon to make sure your flowers fit in flawlessly with your theme.

Your wedding cake should make a statement – it’s the masterpiece of your wedding reception! Go bold with coloured green icing, or opt for a chic, green satin bow or decorative details. Mixing different tones of green is a great way of keeping your colour scheme interesting, so why not try an ombré cake for something a little special?

Stunning seafoam green accents can be incorporated throughout your wedding so easily, without looking too obvious! We’re talking sage napkins, green floral arrangements as table centerpieces and of course, your wedding stationery! Watercolour wedding stationery is seriously in at the moment, and it matches the seaside feel of your theme. It’ll also give your guests a clue as to what is to come!

Written by Lottie Dainton

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