by Calder Clark on December 15th, 2010
I’m working doggedly on a Spring wedding of ours, trying to nail a color combo for a designer bride of mine with great graphic skills and an eagle eye for color.
We’ve talked through ash vs. taupe, marigold vs. orange, grass vs. lime- we’ve been around the color wheel a bit. I’m hunting for the perfect mowwiage (pun intended) and I think I’m getting close. Through pillows, fabrics, furnishings, lighting, napkins, glassware, custom bars, draping- we’re bound to blow it out of the water . . . it just takes time to develop. Still in its infancy, but take a peek!
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