Orange is one of those colors that can work great in any season, depending on the colors that you match with it. Deep burgundy pairs perfectly with orange in the fall, white and green in the winter, pale peach and blush or spring and bright pink for summer. Orange is a bold color, but when the right amount is incorporated into your wedding day decor, the affect is absolutely stunning.
Mix shades of orange with blush tones and eucalyptus greenery for a bright and classy orange color scheme. I love the look of this bright tropical bouquet above with hot pink bougainvillea, king protea and orange pincushion protea for a bold summer bouquet.
Orange blooms are fun to incorporate into your table centerpieces, but another fun option that will add a little extra texture and interest is orange fruit. Komquats and oranges in the summer and persimmons in the fall for a deeper orange tone. The bottom left photo above are some Alexan Events centerpieces created with beautiful orange roses, tulips and ranunculus for a gorgeous Timber Ridge Lodge wedding in Keystone last summer. Centerpieces photographed by the talented Jordan Weiland.
Cake toppings and drink flavors are a great literal way in use your favorite color and fruit. A naked cake with a few greenery sprigs and fruit is a simple and sophisticated way to highlight this sweet creation. Signature drinks like this Blood Orange Champagne Mule and Sparkling Orange, Strawberry & Ginger Juice will refresh your guests while showing off your orange theme. How sweet!
From bright boho to pale pastel or deep and moody, orange doesn’t have to be an overwhelming color choice. When incorporated in just the right amounts and tones the affect will brighten the mood as well as the decor!