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How to Compliment your Confetti to your Wedding Bouquet

The wedding bouquet is a central part of every Bride's special day. 

When you have found the right colour, style and size of the bouquet it is then time to think about the confetti. 

Whether you are wanting to tie all of the wedding colour themes into the confetti colour choice or use a completely contrasting colour so the confetti really pops on the wedding photographs, it is integral to plan and compliment the wedding confetti to the wedding bouquet.

Summer weddings of 2017 colour trends are blues, peaches, dusky rose, pinks, greys and purples according to 'wedding forward'. Below we have created some confetti inspiration to showcase our confetti and hopefully help you decide what kind of colours suit your colour themes.

With a peach bouquet we recommend very natural and earthy colours such as: Snow Drop, A Hint of Pink or Apple Blossom roses. Individually or grouped together, these rose petals will really compliment all of the colours within the peach flower arrangements.

To contrast against a peach bouquet, we recommend Ocean hydrangea's or Mr Popular Larkspur, as the blue tones really pop and work perfectly against the peach tones whilst also keeping on trend with the summer 2017 wedding colours.  

With grey flowers we recommend any white or blue tones as they will collaborate perfectly with the colour of the bouquet. We think that Amethyst Flake, Ocean, Mr Grey, The Main Ingredient or Snow Drop work effortlessly alongside grey tones.

To contrast against a grey boutique we think that either red or yellow tones would look fabulous by adding brightness to a very classic and simplistic colour theme. Both: Roses are Red or Sunshine Yellow rose petals would really stand out against the colour grey, without taking too much attention and focus away from the grey tones within the bouquet.