Choose a green color palette for your wedding day, and you won't be left green with envy. Inspired by 2017’s Pantone color of the year (the color Greenery: ‘symbolic of new beginnings’), we are sharing the chicest ways to incorporate green into your wedding day. And no, you do not need to get married in a forest or garden.
You may not want a non-traditional green wedding dress, but you can add this color to your overall bridal look. Your bridal headpiece (a floral crown or ribbon), a waist-defining sash, and of course your bridal bouquet. When you and your entire party are standing together, your down-to-the-detail color coordination will look seamless and beautiful.
Planning a green wedding begins with the bridesmaids. When all the details come together, your wedding colors really come to life. Next, choose your hue. From deeper hues like the emerald in the above video to lighter shades of mint and sage, your bridal party will look lovely in green bridesmaids dresses.
The possibilities are endless when you play with the color wheel. Mint is a popular wedding color for its versatility and its pretty pairing possibilities. Rich emerald green bridesmaid dresses look sophisticated on their own or mixed with lighter shades. We also like the idea of introducing a floral print bridesmaid dress with green throughout and pops of colorful blossoms (perfect for Spring nuptials).