Nowadays, green bridesmaid dresses are becoming more and more popular among brides and bridesmaids. One of the reasons is that the green color matches very well with many ladies’ hairs and complexion. Another is that the green bridesmaid dresses make a wonderful background for the flower bouquet. It is easier for you to choose the color of the flowers bouquets if you follow the color schemes which are found on the color wheel.
Find the complementary color of the green color. What is the complementary color? On a color wheel, the color which is totally opposite a color is called its complementary color. The complementary color of green is burgundy. At the wedding, if the bridesmaids wear the sage green bridesmaid dresses, it is suggested that they carry the burgundy-colored flowers with the green-toned leaves. The burgundy-colored flowers can be all the matching color. And the burgundy-colored flowers also can be in various burgundy shades. Numerous flowers are available in different shades of burgundy, such as lilies, roses and chrysanthemums.
Besides, there also has been a triad color scheme. It not only creates a triangle color choice from the color wheel but also a harmonious combination of the colors. It is illustrated that choosing green as one color, the triad colors are orange and purple. The bouquet will be lively and exquisite, if the triad colors are used in the bouquet. It will present dynamic effect, if various shades of purple and orange are selected as the flower colors along with the green-toned foliage. Therefore, if the bride chooses the mint green bridesmaid dresses for her bridesmaids, she can think let the bridesmaids hold the different shades of orange and purple-colored flower bouquets.
Last but not the least. If the brides want the simple but still exquisite flower bouquets which are held by the bridesmaids in front of the lime green bridesmaid dresses, she can consider using the neutral colored flowers along with several green colors. On the other hand, emerald green bridesmaid dresses will be highlighted, if the white, cream-toned flowers are carried by the bridesmaids.