in red

Today it is very fash­ion­able to use some style or theme for your wed­ding. Most often, cou­ples choose the main col­or and stick to it in decor, clothes and oth­er details. The mean­ing of red for ain any cul­ture is pos­i­tive. It is asso­ci­at­ed with beau­ty, warmth, love and pas­sion. This col­or brings good luck and pros­per­i­ty. decor in red

It is impor­tant to think through every detail cor­rect­ly in order to end up with a result that will not dis­ap­point.

  1. Let’s start with out­fits for young peo­ple and guests. Not many women dare to wear a red dress, so you just need to com­ple­ment the tra­di­tion­al look with the appro­pri­ate acces­sories. It can be a belt, embroi­dery, a wreath, ear­rings, etc.
  2. It is best for the groom to give pref­er­ence to a black suit with a red tie or bow tie. You can also com­ple­ment the image with red cuffs, a scarf and a bou­ton­niere. Ask guests to use at least one red acces­so­ry in their look.
  3. In the design of the­hall in red, the main thing is not to over­do it, because if you over­do it, then the guests may have a headache. Use red rib­bons, bal­loons, flow­ers and can­dles.
  4. You can put red nap­kins or rose petals on the tables. Remem­ber that there are many shades of red, which will allow you to cre­ate an unusu­al com­po­si­tion in the end.
  5. Ain red looks orig­i­nal in autumn and win­ter. On the street, you can cre­ate pho­to zones so that guests can get pic­tures as a keep­sake.
  6. Red is a must-have for invi­ta­tions, seat­ing cards, bon­bon­nieres, car decor, and cake. Ask the chefs in the design of dish­es, also focus on the cho­sen col­or scheme.
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body type, dress color and styles (57 photos)

Use the right col­or com­bi­na­tions in your design, so red looks great with white, green, gold, orange and black.