The daffodils are starting to bloom, the sun’s out, and at long last, we are starting to feel Spring-like at Wedding Letter Hire HQ! We are so lucky to have open countryside surrounding our offices and to be able to look out of the window and see all the beautiful Spring colours emerging.
So, with Spring colours firmly in mind, we have been thinking of a few ways to use colour creatively at your wedding. Here are a few of our ideas:
1. Light up Letters in Colour
Of course, naturally this is our number one choice! We are pleased to announce that we can now offer the option of beautiful coloured bulbs in our letters, as well as our ever-popular classic white LED bulbs. You’ve chosen a colour theme for your flowers, bridesmaids, and tables, so why not match your letter lights too? We can cater for most colours, just ask!
Take a look at these that we installed recently, for a corporate customer who wanted letters in pink for a themed event…….and our ampersands, shown here in both traditional white, and contrasting purple!
Another way to add colour in a subtle yet effective way, is to use ribbons. Add ribbons in your theme colour everywhere! Tie little ribbons around your wineglass stems, napkins and candleholders, anywhere you like. This is a great way to add little touches of colour and detail.
For table centrepieces with a difference, fill clear glass bowls with water and use food colouring to tint the water to your theme colour and float a few flower blossoms in each one. You could even add floating candles too to create even more of a magical glow!
4.The Wedding Cake
We have noticed that coloured ombre cakes still remain a firm trend, but to change it up a little, rather than going for a full ombre cake, why not go for a traditional white tiered cake, but just add ombre flowers. We think this one is just stunning!
5. Scatter cushions
Another way to add a pop of colour to white chill-out furniture is with masses of brightly coloured scatter cushions. Just look at the impact of these beautiful bright colours, from our sister company, Rio Lounge. www.riolounge.co.uk