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Tangerine Dream: Think Bright Warm Hues for a Spring Wedding

Celebrate the arrival of spring with a vibrant citrus palette and whimsical décor details.
By: 
Sarah Baumann Rogers

Welcome guests with a cocktail that tastes as good as it looks. Here, citrus adds color and flavor to stylish signature drinks by Liquidmotion.

Hexagonal escort cards by Champagne Press showcase a perfect pairing of fonts, with fanciful calligraphy and sans-serif table number, in a coral hue on crisp ivory cardstock.

Set your table with serious charm. Here, vibrant orange napkins join gold rimmed plates, Moroccan charger and brushed gold faceted flatware, for an effervescent effect. A floral-bordered menu card previews the courses to come.

A text-centric invite with sophisticated black script from Champagne Press is tucked into an apricot-hued envelope with floral liner. Who could turn down this request?

Cascading layers of tulle make for an ultra-glamorous gown; this one from Diamond Bride is fit for a fairy tale.

Lush centerpieces by Ashley Skeie Wedding & Event Planning overflow with the palest of blooms, while blossoms of blush and orange add a pop of color.

With a handsomely calligraphed escort card in hand, guests will make their way to sumptuously set tables, where they’ll wine, dine and share stories with friends old and new.

It’s his turn for fun. Case in point: this whimsical Dazi floral tie, which perfectly mirrors the floral theme. A sweet and petite boutonniere in coordinating hues tops off a sharp suit from Tip Top Tux.

Bouquets don’t come sweeter than this. By Ashley Skeie Wedding & Event Planning, big blooms—garden roses, ranunculus and anemones—in shades of cream, peach and tangerine combine with dainty greens in a dreamworthy arrangement.