Green­ery, a fresh, radi­ant shade of green, is not just Pan­tone Col­or Insti­tute’s Col­or of the Year 2017, it’s the new “green” trend in décor, ban­quet room decor, cer­e­mo­ny venues, and bridal bou­quets! Today Chan­fash­ion Share with those ideas how you can use green­ery in your wed­ding. And we have no doubt that you will fall in love with this trend as much as we do!

The shade of young green­ery is a sym­bol of a new begin­ning and vital­i­ty, down­right sym­bol­ic of a wed­ding col­or! From invi­ta­tions and table dec­o­ra­tions to com­pli­ments to guests and a pho­to zone, juicy and del­i­cate green deserves to dom­i­nate your cel­e­bra­tion in every detail! And how won­der­ful the wed­ding looks in the col­or of Green­ery: nat­ur­al and nat­ur­al!

A palette of consonant colors

Green is such a calm, nat­ur­al col­or. We see it every­where in nature, and there­fore, it is dif­fi­cult for most of us to appre­ci­ate it as spe­cial. But this is also an advan­tage: it organ­i­cal­ly fits into the decor, fill­ing the space with life and air. Do you choose prod­ucts with an “eco” label in the super­mar­ket? Do you pre­fer nat­ur­al fab­rics to syn­thet­ic ones? Your wed­ding can also be a beau­ti­ful illus­tra­tion of your love for nature and nat­ur­al mate­ri­als. And now we will show you five col­or schemes that you can use in dec­o­rat­ing your hol­i­day.

Green, yellow and brown

Think about the shades of foliage and wood, and voila, you have a nature-inspired wed­ding! Browns, greens and yel­lows blend togeth­er to cre­ate a har­mo­nious, nat­ur­al and fresh look. Not many brides exper­i­ment with this palette for fear that their wed­ding will look bor­ing and rus­tic. But, per­haps, it is you who will appre­ci­ate this option at its true worth?

Green, pale pink and vanilla

Pale pinks, com­bined with rich and deep greens, look excep­tion­al­ly gor­geous. You can com­ple­ment the duet of such col­ors with light yel­low. This palette is ide­al for a hol­i­day in nature, for a spring wed­ding and wed­ding style Shab­by chic and Rus­tic.

Green, mint and paper

The com­bi­na­tion of sev­er­al shades of the same col­or may seem dull and mono­chrome. But if we are talk­ing about a hol­i­day in a gar­den immersed in green­ery, and all the decor seems to be made by nature itself, do not be afraid! Organ­ic wed­dings are on the rise and you may be one of the first brides to embrace this green trend.

Green, salmon and brick

Such a bright, but at the same time absolute­ly organ­ic and nat­ur­al palette, ide­al for a wed­ding in sum­mer and ear­ly autumn. Just add green, col­or­ful col­ors and fire! Boho style is the best way to reflect in these col­or com­bi­na­tions.

Green, violet and blue

This very gen­tle and mys­te­ri­ous col­or com­bi­na­tion imme­di­ate­ly attracts atten­tion! Just imag­ine how tsub­tle, mut­ed shades of car­na­tions and vio­lets cre­ate a har­mo­nious tan­dem with young greens. If col­ors could talk, this trio would prob­a­bly sound very sweet. Undoubt­ed­ly, it is quite dif­fi­cult to imple­ment such a palette at your wed­ding, but with the help of an expe­ri­enced florist-dec­o­ra­tor from our Cat­a­log, you will turn your hol­i­day into a real fairy tale!

Greenery in wedding decor – and it’s not just about color

Green­ery lit­er­al­ly trans­lates as green­ery, and it is she who will be the main ele­ment of the wed­ding decor! Wil­low branch­es, fern leaves, olive twigs, spruce branch­es, field herbs — what a vari­ety of avail­able mate­ri­als nature itself has pre­pared. And you do not need to restrain your imag­i­na­tion and wor­ry that the design will over­load the space. After all, there is nev­er too much green­ery!

A wed­ding arch for an out­door cer­e­mo­ny in the Green­ery style? It can also be a clas­sic rain­bow shape, made from vines, lav­ish­ly dec­o­rat­ed with foliage and quite a bit of flow­ers. Or maybe a brick wall or a wood­en base, along which grace­ful lines of dec­o­ra­tive ivy stretched. And how about the idea of ​​hold­ing a cer­e­mo­ny under a liv­ing wil­low, where the droop­ing branch­es sway­ing in the wind would be the per­fect nat­ur­al decor for your most impor­tant words to each oth­er?

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Even sim­ple wood­en chairs or glass vas­es with green wreaths are instant­ly turned into beau­ti­ful dec­o­ra­tive details. Young greens on ban­quet tables look organ­i­cal­ly with wood­en can­dle­sticks, sil­ver­ware, white can­dles of var­i­ous sizes and shapes. Tra­di­tion­al table­cloths will per­fect­ly replace linen fab­ric cuts of dif­fer­ent widths, which can be dec­o­rat­ed with lace rib­bons. Or you can com­plete­ly ignore the rules and place the plates direct­ly on bare wood­en tables, which will look no less advan­ta­geous!

The indis­putable advan­tage of dec­o­rat­ing with green­ery is that this mate­r­i­al is afford­able and durable. There­fore, do not lim­it your imag­i­na­tion and be sure to dec­o­rate the space under the ceil­ing: lianas or hang­ing wreaths. And how gor­geous is the com­bi­na­tion of gar­lands of green­ery and mag­ic lights that fill the space with warm light in the evening!

And what is a “green” wed­ding with­out a beau­ti­ful pil­low for wed­ding rings? You can choose a sym­bol­ic design that will sure­ly delight and delight every­one present: a bird’s nest or a bare­ly opened flower bud! An oak cut, a moss pil­low, and even a white porce­lain saucer with olive branch­es look beau­ti­ful — as if a sym­bol of respect for nature, wor­ship of its strength and beau­ty.

Bride and Groom in Greenery

We has­ten to assure you that the green wed­ding col­or does not at all oblige the bride to wear a wed­ding dress in such a spe­cif­ic, albeit pleas­ant, col­or! And if you move away from clas­sic white, then to soft mint, made of light flow­ing fab­ric. Or don’t leave at all 🙂 The bride’s white dress fits per­fect­ly into the eco-style of a green wed­ding.

The bride in green­ery col­or is a for­est fairy, grace­ful and sophis­ti­cat­ed, lov­ing nature and ani­mals. Since we choose a cozy gar­den or a for­est glade as an ide­al place for hold­ing a hol­i­day, the bride’s shoes are com­fort­able bal­let flats or low-speed shoes. Nat­ur­al make-up and a light man­i­cure with a del­i­cate flo­ral pat­tern will make the look com­plete. Instead of a veil, dec­o­rate your hair with a leafy wreath or wild­flow­ers!

Your loved one can wear a green tie or a mint vest to sup­port the green­ery. His wed­ding suit can be either dark (black, brown, dark gray) or light (light gray, beige and even white) — each of the options looks good enough on a “green” wed­ding. An impor­tant accent in the image of the groom is a bou­ton­niere! It can be in tune with your bridal bou­quet or repeat your wreath in minia­ture.

The bride’s bou­quet at the wed­ding in Green­ery col­or is a com­po­si­tion of twigs, herbs, leaves that you seem to have col­lect­ed your­self while walk­ing through the for­est or riv­er bank. If the wed­ding takes place in win­ter, use conif­er­ous branch­es or suc­cu­lents. A wed­ding in the warm sea­son deprives you of any restric­tions, just take from nature what she gave us and cre­ate your own unique mas­ter­piece. Yes, yes, you can make your own wed­ding bou­quet! And if you want to dilute the abun­dance of green­ery with del­i­cate accents, use white flow­ers.

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Dis­cuss with your girl­friends what out­fits they like best for your hol­i­day: in rich green, in a light and del­i­cate light shade, or maybe even in white! Lush bou­quets of green­ery in their hands and olive branch­es in their hair — and your ret­inue is ready! And for the groom’s friends, pre­pare dis­tinc­tive bou­ton­nieres.

Wedding invitations

It would seem that such a tri­fle, against the gen­er­al back­ground of the scale of the wed­ding hol­i­day, like invi­ta­tions, does not require spe­cial atten­tion. And we are in Chan­fash­ion ready to bet! The first thing that will impress your guests will be the very news of such an impor­tant event and how you man­aged to present this news. Invi­ta­tion design tells your invi­tees not only about the date and place of the cel­e­bra­tion, but also about the wed­ding style. Hav­ing received beau­ti­ful, lov­ing­ly signed post­cards, your friends and rel­a­tives will look for­ward to the cher­ished day with trep­i­da­tion!

Water­col­or flo­ral pat­terns look very cool on white paper. In our cat­a­log Real wed­ding print­ing pro­fes­sion­als are wait­ing for you, who will help you real­ize your ideas!

Green wedding cake

Nat­ur­al, open, with thick sour cream or juicy fruit fill­ing — the per­fect cake in the style of a grinery. The main wed­ding dessert is dec­o­rat­ed not with com­plex mas­tic pat­terns, but with fresh flow­ers, twigs and herbs. In a word, the cake con­tin­ues the gen­er­al con­cept of hol­i­day decor with nat­ur­al mate­ri­als. You won’t mind that such a del­i­ca­cy looks styl­ish and appe­tiz­ing, right?

We have ful­filled our mis­sion — we told you about a wed­ding in the col­or of young Green­ery, about a new trend to use nat­ur­al mate­ri­als to the max­i­mum in decor, about for­est fairies and col­or schemes that will help you com­pe­tent­ly approach dec­o­rat­ing your main hol­i­day!

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