purple wedding

Ain pur­ple tones looks very ele­gant and noble. This shade is suit­able for any sea­son, but this option will be espe­cial­ly advan­ta­geous in win­ter. Vio­let col­or — for self-con­fi­dent new­ly­weds, it is right­ful­ly con­sid­ered roy­al. If you want this par­tic­u­lar col­or to become a leader in your cel­e­bra­tion, then this arti­cle will help you with prac­ti­cal advice. So, what should you think about when dec­o­rat­ing ain pur­ple?

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Pur­ple sym­bol­izes wealth and lux­u­ry, nobil­i­ty and extrav­a­gance. In addi­tion, he has a rich palette of shades. When dec­o­rat­ing ain this col­or, think care­ful­ly about every detail: even plates and nap­kins should be in har­mo­ny with the over­all palette, so that the impres­sion is real­ly amaz­ing.

If you don’t know where to start, start with pur­plein­vi­ta­tions. You can make them your­self. To do this, you need thick pur­ple paper or card­board and … your imag­i­na­tion! You can dec­o­rate invi­ta­tion cards with beads, rib­bons, rhine­stones, your pho­tos, attach cal­en­dars, dried flow­ers or arti­fi­cial flow­ers. An impor­tant point: seat­ing cards for guests and bon­bon­nieres should be made in the same style as invi­ta­tions.

Also make sure that the over­all design is har­mo­nious. Con­sid­er the design of the ban­quet hall: how the table will be draped, what flower arrange­ments you want to see at your hol­i­day. You can also make a pho­to zone with inter­est­ing pho­to props — a pur­ple back­ground will look good on your pho­tos.

The high­light of the­ban­quet is the cake. At your wed­ding, it might be pur­ple. A suc­cess­ful decor ele­ment for a pur­ple­can be con­sid­ered acake, which will be dec­o­rat­ed with ros­es and orchids in the lead­ing col­or.

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Of course, one can­not miss such an impor­tant item as out­fits for the bride and groom. Since the new­ly­weds are the cen­tral fig­ures of the cel­e­bra­tion, it is impor­tant to approach the choice of cloth­ing thor­ough­ly. Many mod­ern design­ers use var­i­ous shades of pur­ple: lilac, lilac, pur­ple indress­es. Do not for­get that pur­ple is not for every­one: it is best suit­ed for dark-haired girls with fair­ly dark skin. If you have light skin and hair, then choose more del­i­cate shades for your­dress so as not to get lost against the back­ground of the dress. The best option for ain pur­ple would be the fol­low­ing bride’s out­fit: a tra­di­tion­al white dress, dec­o­rat­ed with a pur­ple belt or trim of this col­or, a veil and pur­ple shoes for the wed­ding. You can pick up oth­er beau­ti­ful acces­sories: ear­rings, neck­lace, gloves, garter,bouquet in accor­dance with the cho­sen range.

The groom should look har­mo­nious next to his future wife: pick him a beau­ti­ful pur­ple or lilac shirt. You can also choose a clas­sic dark suit, a light shirt, and com­plete the look with a pur­ple but­ter­fly and bou­ton­niere, in har­mo­ny with the bride’s bou­quet.

Speak­ing of brides­maids: it will be very good if they sup­port thestyle and wear lilac dress­es. If not all girls have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to pur­chase such dress­es, then you can order beau­ti­ful hand­made bracelets for them or make them your­self, dec­o­rat­ed with pur­ple rib­bons and flow­ers. This will add even more col­or to your cel­e­bra­tion, and cre­ate the nec­es­sary sur­round­ings and fes­tive mood.