in emerald color

Emer­ald col­or — the most beau­ti­ful shade of green, with its deep mod­u­la­tions, it repeats the mys­te­ri­ous col­or of the stone of the same name. Ain emer­ald col­or is filled with sedate lux­u­ry and is more suit­able for mature cou­ples, per­son­i­fies wis­dom and uni­ty of thoughts. On sun­ny days, emer­ald notes look unique in the dec­o­ra­tion of the hall and in the clothes of the young.

The emer­ald-col­ored for­mal dress in uni­son is com­bined with green eyes, it gives a cer­tain mys­tery to the whole image. If you add exquis­ite dec­o­ra­tions with emer­alds to the lush dec­o­ra­tions of this col­or, then you can cre­ate ain the theme of the times of Louis XIV and Cather­ine II.

The emer­ald col­or is men­tioned more than once in the sto­ries about the mis­tress of the cop­per moun­tain, so if you believe in the mag­i­cal prop­er­ties of stones, then use this col­or in a styl­ized­ded­i­cat­ed to these sto­ries. Then you need to think about each ele­ment when cre­at­ing the appro­pri­ate out­fits and dec­o­ra­tions, for exam­ple, you can depict an emer­ald lizard in invi­ta­tion cards for your cel­e­bra­tion.


The emer­ald col­or goes well with white, beige and gold, so you can use white dec­o­ra­tions with emer­ald ele­ments to dec­o­rate the hall at an emer­ald-col­ored wed­ding. Beige buf­fet table skirts with huge emer­ald bows look beau­ti­ful. Thearch, where the new­ly­weds sit, must be dec­o­rat­ed with lush flow­ers of yel­low and white col­ors, with the addi­tion of weav­ing branch­es with rich green leaves.

A long-cut emer­ald-col­ored­dress looks more beau­ti­ful on the bride; it can be a tight-fit­ting “floor-length” out­fit with a beau­ti­ful­ly dec­o­rat­ed and max­i­mal­ly open top or puffy clothes of a “roy­al” cut.

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For the groom, a white or cream-col­ored suit with an emer­ald bow tie or tie is suit­able.

The same flow­ers in emer­ald tints, which are attached to the chest area, will add sim­i­lar­i­ty to the out­fits of the bride and groom.