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What colour to choose?
Looking for some inspiration for your wedding colours? here are some fantastic green tones, inspired by the floral selection for the wedding.
Generally you don't choose your bomboniere first so beacuse of the full colour print process tou can theme them to you wedding colours, but it is something to keep in mind for the big day. You might even have the bomboniere white with a dash of colour and then the names of each person to substitute as a place card.
If your looking for a place to start then over at newlyweds.com there is a fantastic colour picking tool. Try and think about having a strong primary colour, then softer supporting colours as to avoid a colour clash.
For our own wedding we chose a lime green and then a pink to contrast and then link in to the oriental lillies that were part of the table centre pieces.
Remember that the stubbies might be for the men, but they can still be coloured to match the wedding and won't look too girly.
Fun is the best way to celebrate a wedding, so our range of wedding stubbies are aimed at just that. Monkeys are exactly that, fun, and great at weddings, unless they have too much to drink and then they can get rowdy and take over the dance floor.
We also do split colours or designs for our customers, and at the same cost as the combined sum of the stubbies, so you want 40 pink and 40 blue, thats easy, we will make 80 stubbies for the 80 price. This way we can satisfy all the monkeys at your wedding :)
This is a beautiful wedding we supplied the stubby holders for and this is an example of how 2 colours can make a very nice design, less is more. This very nice green and brown design used classic handwritten fonts and a simple elegant tree. Country weddings we do find have a nice feel to them. Often using a single image or theme throughout the wedding, like iron, or a specific tree, gives continuity to all the elements and almost a sense of branding.