Wedding Colors: Looking radiant in orange

“Knock, knock.”  “Who’s there?”  “Orange.”  “Orange who?”  “Orange you be lookin’ fierce!”  Okay, so I may be a little challenged in the humor department, but choosing orange as the leader for your palette of wedding colors is no joke!  Be prepared for the following orange inspiration boards to set your wedding day on fire.  These orange wedding colors are not for the faint of heart.  They’re for brides who want to make an impact with a punch of color!

First up, something perfect for the feminine biker chick.  This is by far my favorite inspiration board for wedding colors so far.  The studded belt found on Style Hive, gold studded shoes by Christian Louboutin and the steampunk bracelet by CatherinetteRings are awwwesooome!  The Jimmy Choo biker sandal is also pretty cool.

For a softer approach to orange on your wedding day, try combining it with simple amber jewelry and creamy lace.  To keep the punch alive, don’t introduce any other colors.  Orange and neutrals only, ladies!

Got a little PUNK in your SPUNK?  Check out this edgy inspiration board!  Cacti and other succulents make great additions to bouquets and flower arrangements.  I also love the black Davisa sandals from Guess Shoes.

This is the fire and brimstone of orange wedding colors.  Check out the centerpiece with cascading Chinese Lantern flowers, the flowing orange wrap dress by Botegga Veneta, a unique ring bearer’s pillow that’s harder than a rock and some dark metal jewelry with amber accents.

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