Find out how to make your color scheme pop like these three Pittsburgh couples.
White never goes out of style, but you can add a stunning display of color to your day through your bridal bouquets and beyond.
From their balloon arch to their cake, Leah Klocke and Tatiana Pomerantz’s day featured a vibrant color scheme.
Both brides carried bouquets to match with a variety of pink, blue and purple blossoms from Gold Dust Floral for their Aug. 21, 2021 wedding at Point Breezeway.
Colleen Harriger’s bouquet was an open arrangement of mango calla lilies, roses and greens tied with a satin ribbon, all crafted by All in Good Taste Productions.
Groom Brett Carb had a single mango calla lily with eucalyptus and greens for his boutonniere, perfectly complementing his blue suit on their Sept. 26, 2020 wedding day.
Casey Pacifico carried a bouquet of cool water and blue bird purple roses, dark purple lisianthus, lavender stock, dark purple Veronica, gunni eucalyptus and Italian ruscus greenery from Memories in Bloom for her wedding to Chris Hall on May 29, 2021.
Her bridesmaids’ bouquets and the groomsmen’s floral ties coordinated with her purple color scheme; her photographer was even able to capture some shots at their reception venue, Southpointe Golf Club, in front of a wall of purple azaleas.