This color combination is really not an ordinary choice. If you want a combination to impress your guests, then this is a good choice.
How to use them
Remember to use turquoise as a foundation color; this is usually your table linens. Then you should use orange for most of your accessories, Table runners, napkins, Center pieces, and Orange piping for back drop. Wedding flowers also needs to be orange. Turquoise is a shade of blue that is mixed with a slight amount of green. Like blue, turquoise is a cool, calming color, it sends out feelings of calmness, tranquility, truthfulness, nobleness, and faithfulness. As well as giving out the same qualities as other blues turquoise also symbolizes youth and protection. Turquoise is a great shade of blue to use as a wedding color as it can be seen as more feminine and sophisticated then other blues.
Turquoise is a more modern color to be used at weddings; it can look stunning when paired with the right colors to give the look and feel you want at your wedding. Shades of Orange compliment this color perfectly. Rich oranges, spicy burnt and copper oranges, pumpkin, sun creates an atmosphere as warn as the sunset on your wedding Day. Orange will add some intense energetic color without being over powering.
Colors to Avoid in a Turquoise Wedding
Turquoise paired with pale greens, grassy greens and deep greens isn't the best look for a wedding Turquoise paired with any shade of red not including pinks should be given a miss. Very deep dark browns, rich purples and deep blues are too over powering and rich for the fresh bright turquoise.
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