Brides and grooms who are lucky to be planning a spring wedding somewhere in the middle of the nature and wish to use a more vibrant color-scheme for the reception décor should consider white and yellow. This color-mix is one of our favorites for both spring and summertime weddings!
Fresh yet chic, natural yet exuberant, feminine yet bold, yellow is perhaps one of the most inspiring colors a couple can select for a warm season wedding. But when combined with white, the yellow nuance is elegantly tamed to a more feminine, classy effect. There are many ways to follow when planning a white & yellow wedding.
The most important thing is to find the right type of yellow. The pastel shades are more fitted for spring affairs, when you can use soft buttercup, muted and daffodil yellows. For midsummer weddings we recommend the lemon and bright yellows. We believe this color can also fit an autumn wedding. For glamorous fall/winter receptions we recommend the gold and golden tones, while for whimsy autumnal affairs the mustard yellow can make magic happen!
We love the yellow hue and when mixed with white it can create a fun and playful look that can fit a retro wedding. For instance, if you’re into the vintage style, don’t hesitate to use a polka-dot white and yellow pattern for your decorations! The ruffled style is in big trend today for wedding arrangements, and the best flowers you can use to emphasize the luxury and prettiness of this theme are the lavish fresh-cut blooms.
For a more sophisticated table centerpiece you can use ruffled ranunculuses, peonies, gerbera daises, chrysanthemums, carnations or garden roses. But if you prefer something relatively more elegant, chic and stylish, use yellow narcissuses, freesias, pansies, tulips or cymbidium orchids.
Brides who are planning a beach white and yellow themed wedding can use exotic plumerias, calla and day lilies, poppies, irises or gladiolas. The table setting you can see in the picture is created of mino bunches of jonquils, tulips, ranunculus and sweet peas. The yellow color emphasizes the lush texture of each type of flower in part and enhances their natural beauty and charm. You can also combine white roses and yellow begonias to add more volume to the centerpieces.
We adore the yellow fondant wedding cake all adorned with white pretty daises. The flowers are made of sugar-paste and they were used in a drift-down pattern. The blooms are used in a descending design all over the tiers. Modernly retro inspired, this confection is ideal for outdoors wedding receptions with a natural touch. Displayed on a footed cake stand this petite confection looks even more appealing!