You want your wedding to be more than just inspired by nature, you want it to be an extension of nature. Making cream and fern your wedding colors is the perfect choice! Here are a few design thoughts to show you how to use these colors to create the wedding of your dreams…
The Perfect Neutral
Cream really is the perfect neutral. It’s soft and warm, and pairs beautifully with any color but it pairs best with earthy hues like fern. You can drop cream into your wedding wherever you like such as the wedding flowers, or wherever you feel needs a little refinement such as cream-colored linens on the reception tables or cream frosting on the wedding cake. It creates a wonderful canvas for whatever accents and décor you want to pair with it. Check out the cream napkins with “Happily Ever After” in gold foil. These custom wedding napkins add a nice personal touch to any wedding.
Our Feathered Friend
This long overlooked floral filler is finally seeing its day in the spotlight. The color is rich and bright, the texture it adds is unbelievable and they’re affordable! We chose the Woodland Fern Wedding Invitation to introduce this woodsy wedding look. It’s simple, pretty and couldn’t be more perfect. Imagine guests receiving this invite and then seeing all the beautiful fern décor you’re planning like fern-filled barn wood boxes shown or fern accents on the wedding cake. Check out our collection of Boho Wedding Invitations for more greenery design options.
Get Your Fill
Ferns are naturally great filler for floral arrangements. You can add a few to your chosen wedding flower or skip the flowers altogether and just use ferns! There are different varieties so you can still create arrangements with incredible visual interest. Then find creative ways to highlight them throughout your ceremony and reception like the fern accent on the guest towels. Ferns are so pretty and elegant, you can use them anywhere!
Photo Credits: Wedding Party: Tessa June Photography, Cake: Tim Coulson via The Wedding Playbook, Place Setting: Amanda K Photography via Ruffled Blog, Boutonnieres: Erich McVey via Sarah Winward Centerpiece: via Deer Pearl Flowers