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{inspiration board} Color Crush - Soft Yellow, Lilac + Lavender

Warm like the sun, soft yellow shades have the power to grab attention while making people feel happy, relaxed and optimistic. Since this shade is so cheerful and radiant, it's the perfect choice for summer weddings. While it's gorgeous as a stand-alone shade for bridesmaid dresses or groomsmen accessories, it becomes even more beautiful and captivating when paired with feminine shades of lilac and lavender. Whether used as an addition to floral arrangements, food and drinks or splashes of color into the decor, this palette captures the beauty and essence of the lovely summer season. To help you get inspired by this gorgeous color combination, we used the shades to create an inspiration board that features our new Prairie Love Wine Glass Tags. Available in a variety of additional styles and designs, you also have the option to use our custom color selector to match the rest of your desired wedding palette.

Soft yellow shades have the power to grab attention while making people feel happy, relaxed and optimistic. Since this shade is so cheerful and radiant, it's the perfect choice for summer weddings when paired with lilac and lavender. Take a look at our latest color crush to get inspired by this fabulous color palette! #weddings #brides #seedpaper #ecofriendly

1) Fresh and elegant, soft yellows are a fabulous color choice for summer bridesmaid dresses.
Found on Pinterest via mywedding.com

2) Like a match made in heaven, the lilac tones blend beautifully with the soft yellows within this wedding bouquet.
Found on Pinterest via stylemepretty.com

3) Perfect for summer weddings, this lavender cocktail with fresh lemon is almost too beautiful to drink!
Found on Pinterest via bridesofadalaide.com

4) Dainty and sweet, these shortbread cookies with soft yellow, lavender and white tops would make perfect snacks during the cocktail hour at your summer wedding.
Found on Pinterest via stylemepretty.com

5) These Prairie Love Wine Glass Tags are fabulous details for rustic summer weddings. With space to hand write guest's names, they act as place cards, wedding favors and wine markers in one beautiful plantable piece.
Found on botanicalpaperworks.com

6) If you're looking for a stylish way to incorporate soft yellows into the groom's attire, the tie is the perfect place to do it. You can even take it one step further by choosing a colorful floral detail for the boutineer.
Found on Pinterest via glitterandgoldblog.com

7) During hot summer weddings, giving your guests a refreshing beverage will make the event more comfortable. It's also a great opportunity to incorporate more of your wedding palette, just like these beautiful soft yellow and lavender bottles!
Found on Pinterest via stylemepretty.com

8) Soft yellow is such a fun, celebratory color which makes it a perfect addition to these special wedding flags. Your guests will love waving them as you walk down the aisle as husband and wife!
Found on Pinterest via stylemepretty.com

9) There's something so captivating about soft yellows and enchanting purples. It's especially gorgeous when the shades are paired with a sparkly engagement ring and lush greenery.
Found on Pinterest via stylemepretty.com


Are you looking for more stylish wedding ideas? Check out our entire Inspiration Boards page as we're always getting inspired by gorgeous color combinations like this one! Take a look at our Wedding Printables and Wedding Planning pages - it'll be your one stop shop for all things wedding related!


Or if it's simply stationery you're after, we have tons to choose from including reply cards, menus, favors, seal and send wedding invitations and more! All printed on quality eco-friendly seed paper that grows flowers when planted.  


Browse through seed paper wedding collections by BotanicalPaperWorks.com.


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