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Oct252012

Plan A Yellow Wedding With These Great Ideas!

Are you a bride who just LOVES yellow?  Well, then this post is just for you!  We love yellow wedding details and wanted to share a few of our favorite yellow wedding ideas with you...

If you love the bridal bouquet, wedding cake, wedding tablescape, or detail below be sure and 'click' on the image to see more!  Each image is linked to the real wedding or feature on our site that this yellow detail came from.  Not so into yellow but love the idea of seeing a specific color on our site?  Here's a link to our feature on planning your wedding by color theme!

We have been obsessed since we first saw the wedding invitation suite by Ceci New York (shown below) ... the mix of gold, teal, and yellow are a huge WIN in our book.  Photographed by Alante Photography.

planning a wedding with yellow detailsThe ombre style wedding cake below has just a hint of yellow ... so beautiful!  Since it was baked by Vanilla Bakeshop, you know it's tasty, too :)  Photographed by Mike Colon Photographers.

Or something as sweet and simple as adding a bowl of fresh lemons to your wedding decor ... clicked by onelove photography.  We love this clam bowl, too!!

We are big fans of the zigzag design chevron ... we adore the yellow chevron linen shown below and all the gorgeous tabletop pieces that go with it!  Photographed by Gabriel Ryan Photographers.

This ivory and yellow bridal bouquet is beyond gorgeous ... and believe us, the rest of the real wedding that this one came from is just as amazing.  The bouquet is designed by Bloomster's and is photographed by Carlie Statsky Photography.

Perhaps you could shake things up at your wedding reception by adding neon yellow cocktails as shown in the Morton Salt Girl wedding inspired shoot we featured!  The cocktails below were mixed by Femme du Coupe and photographed by Two Birds Photography.

We adore the yellow pinwheels used in this Colorado real wedding which were found on Etsy.  Photographed by Carly Mitchell Photography.

We smile everytime we look at this dainty, yellow wedding cake which was baked and designed by Sweet and Saucy Shop.  Photographed by Gavin Wade Photographers.

You can add a dash of yellow to your wedding day with colored sand during your ceremony or hanging poms from your reception ceiling!  We love how this looks.  Photographed by Blue Elephant Photography.

We will always and forever be in love with billy balls used in wedding decor ... they are just so darling!  The flowers below are designed by Floral Designs by Alicia, photographed by Erica Ann Photography, and shoot coordination by Bash! Weddings and Events.

Yellow parasols (or any color for that matter!) used on your wedding day make for really great photo props!!  Two Birds Photography proves that here :)

We've already expressed our undying love for billy balls ... here are some darling boutonnieres that use these little yellow fluff balls!  Design by Milieu Florals and photographed by John Park Photography.

Yellow bridesmaid dresses will brighten up any wedding day ... we LOVE these ones which were photographed by The Collective Photographers.

And we'll leave you with this ... a gorgeous, vintage, BRIGHT yellow birdcage veil :)  Clicked by Chad Cress.

Wedding Invitation Design: Ceci New York  

Photographer: Alante Photography

Photographer: Mike Colon Photographers  

Wedding Cake: Vanilla Bakeshop

Photographer: onelove photography  

Photographer: Gabriel Ryan Photographer

Photographer: Carlie Statsky Photography

Flowers: Bloomster's

Cocktails: Femme du Coupe

Photographer: Two Birds Photography

Photographer: Carly Mitchell Photography

Pinwheels: Rule42 on Etsy

Photographer: Gavin Wade Photographers

Cake: Sweet and Saucy Shop

Photographer: Blue Elephant Photography

Flower Design: Floral Designs by Alicia

Photographer: Erica Ann Photography

Styling and Coordination: Bash! Weddings and Events

Photographer: John Park Photography

Flowers: Milieu Florals

Photographer: The Collective Photographers

Photographer: Chad Cress

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