#1 Hot Wedding Trend: The Color Mint

May 15th 2017 Posted by GlassMage wedding trends, mint wedding, weddings,

This Spring, colors are in and drab is out! Brides all across America are trading in their traditional bridesmaid's dresses, white wedding gowns, and in some cases, their entire wedding themes for mint colored veils, bouquets, and cakes. Grooms are following suit with mint colored ties and boutonnieres. Here is how to plan the perfect mint colored wedding!

The Mint Dresses

Give your bridesmaids something they will actually wear again! This season's mint colored bridesmaid's dresses are light, flowy, and simply gorgeous. There are styles to flatter every shape and size, so don't be afraid to mix and match the styles of your bridesmaid's dresses.

Have you thought about stepped out of the box on your wedding gown, but didn't quite know how to do it tastefully? Well mint is the way to go. It is gorgeous on almost any skin tone and is a light, but stunning color. If you will be wearing a mint wedding gown, pair it with white or cream colored bridesmaid dresses. Since this color is already going to wow your guests, try wearing a tiara or a headband of flowers instead of a traditional veil.

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The Reception

The possibilities are endless with a mint colored weddings. Your guests will be minty-fresh mood with these great mint reception ideas:

Mint Chocolate Cupcakes Mint Lemonade Mint Signature Cocktails

Mint Green Mini Cakes Mint Colored Tablescapes Mint Macaroons

Invitations

Invitations are a great way to set the (pan)tone of the wedding. Not only will the invitation stand out in the mail, but it could also stand out in smell. Package tiny mints inside of your invitation to give your guests a minty surprise when they RSVP! Make yours stand out with some of these great ideas:

The Bouquet

Mint colored flowers are in this season, so finding the perfect bouquets for you and your bridesmaids may not be as hard as you may think. Mint green parrot novelty tulips, mint green carnations, pale creamy green cymbidium orchids, and the giant hydrangea light antique flower are just a few of the beautiful flowers to add to your arrangements.

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