Memorial Day is one of our nation’s holidays that is a yearly reminder of those who have served our country and given their lives for our freedom. It was first proclaimed on May 5, 1868 by General John Logan, who was the National commander of the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1915, Moina Michael wrote a poem inspired by “Flander’s Fields”, and enticed people to begin to wear red poppies on Memorial Day in honor of those who have served our country. What better way to show your love for our country than with a red, white, and blue inspired wedding? If done right, it can look beautiful, and be very symbolic with the use of these colors.
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Green and purple is a beautiful combination for a wedding. It is modern and contemporary, and with pops of gray as an accent color or even just on the groomsman attire, it can be stunning if done correctly. I absolutely love these two colors together. Look below to find some inspirational pictures to use for your wedding!
Maybe it’s the texture, the intricate patterns, or the history behind it, but lace is one of the most romantically sweet ways to incorporate some real love and style into your wedding. Whether you use it in white, cream, or dye it any other color to suit your fancy, it’s sure to please, and be a creative way to encompass the feeling of love that suits the day.