Planning a wedding in Las Vegas isn’t as easy as a lot of guys assume it is. Many assume that the girl has had the wedding planned for her entire life.
For example, many spring or summer weddings tend to be lighter colors: pastels and such to represent the freeing feeling of the longer, warmer days. Conversely, the winter months take on a stronger, bolder color scheme to stick out in the cold, dark of the shorter days.
It’s always quite the awakening for them to realize that not every girl has done that. In fact, many haven’t put much thought into it at all.
There are an enormous number of combinations that can be hard to choose from.
Something as simple as choosing your wedding colors can become as difficult as choosing only one chocolate from a variety box. There are so many options that it can be really hard to determine (1) which color scheme to go with, and (2) if the color scheme will look good or not.
Second, plan for a winter wedding over summer. Spring and fall are the obvious choices for most people weather-wise, but if you can’t make it during those times, choose winter over summer.
So the next question is how identify what colors look good together. Luckily, there’s a lot of help where this is concerned.
If you’re dead set on yellow pansies, then use yellow in your color scheme. With yellow as a starting point, you can choose a complement from the other side of the color wheel as the second color (blue/purple/turquoise). Once you have one color down, the others tend to come a lot easier, because only a few colors will look dazzling with your choice.
It places the most alike colors close to each other. The further you move from that color, the more opposite the color becomes, until you reach the exact opposite side.
From there, you can choose a color you like. When in doubt, look first to your flowers. Second, check out the venue for your Las Vegas wedding. What colors does the setting already have in play? Are you setting it on a luscious green lawn and red rock pathways? If so, then you can create complementary, muted blues and yellows to mix it up a bit.
If you’re looking for two colors for your wedding, then grabbing a color from the color wheel and identifying its complement will get you exactly what you’re looking for. There are many digital color wheels that can help you see how colors would work together.
Buffets are the staple of the strip, and they’re delicious. You’ll have to try hard to miss one on the strip. So create your own special day, choose winter over summer, book early, check with local authorities, and reserve a buffet to feed your guests. Each of these tips can help you have a smooth and enjoyable wedding in Las Vegas.
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