3 Reasons to Mismatch Your Wedding Decorations

Throw caution to the wind. Let your creativity billow in the sails of style and sophistication. A simple color coordinated wedding is beautiful, timeless, and easily planned. But who cares for that when you can be different!

There’s a right time and a wrong time to mismatch colors – and your wedding or birthday is definitely a good time to mix warm and cool shades of chair sashes and throw all caution to the wind.

Mix- Match – White

When in doubt – put your colors against white. A mix of cool purple, blue, and green shades with complimenting warm peaches and yellow all pop when placed against a white drapery, or chair covers, in this instance.

Everyone is Happy

It’s hard to make all your guests, both sides of the family, all generations and the bridal party  all happy. But letting people wear their favorite color?  It’s a decent start. Mismatched bridesmaid dresses and even bouquets are all the rage. It’s easy to see why!

It’s not just a color wheel!

Mix and match patterns? Oh yes please. A medely of antique china – all different patterns is perhaps the cutest table arrangement. Start searching yard sales now! This idea of grouping different patterns is a great way to get a romantic effortlessly, sophisticated look.

Images: TableclothsFactory, weddingwindow.com, stylemepretty.com

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One Response to 3 Reasons to Mismatch Your Wedding Decorations

  1. Pam Gremillion says:

    I am very happy with my order of 27 tablecloths, 6 chair covers and sashes. We had a baby shower with over 60 ladies attending. We served snowballs and hot roast beef poorboys so you can imagine the stains on my new tablecloths. I’m surprised and very happy to report they came out of the washer & dryer looking like new. I will be ordering again from Tablecloths Factory again.

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