When it comes to bright wedding accessories, shoes are the simplest way to add a splash of colour. It also means you have a pair of shoes you’re likely to wear again after the big day.
These elegant shoes are a lively green shade, and the style is perfect for a city celebration.
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Having a country wedding? Don’t forget to have some fabulous wellies to hand!
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Dare to be different with some colourful pumps. We love these yellow Converse, great for a rustic country wedding.
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These bright red shoes co-ordinate with the bride’s bouquet.
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Include the bridesmaids in your spectrum of bright colours. We love the co-ordinating posies. The key here is to have different colours but identical styles to tie the look together.
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Your bouquet is perhaps the most crucial accessory on your wedding day. If you’re looking to introduce bright wedding ideas, nature is here to help every step of the way.
Tulips work perfectly with a bright colour scheme. We love these bridesmaid posies.
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This dreamy bridal bouquet is the ultimate in brights.
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Complete the look with brightly coloured ribbon.
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Jewellery and Make Up
If you decide to wear colourful jewellery, stick to one statement piece such as a fabulous necklace or pretty earrings. Equally, with make up, go bold with your eyes or lip colour – never both!
There’s simply nothing more stunning than a perfect red lip.
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As an alternative to jewellery, wear a fabulous bright floral hair piece.
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This stunning necklace speaks for itself. With hair up and a lower cut dress, it really stands out.
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Depending on the time of year, a parasol can be a lovely accessory. Use it in the summer to protect you from the sun, and during the winter to steer clear of any raindrops.
Gorgeous in every way, these parasols can be carried by the bridal party and then used to adorn the wedding venue.
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With umbrellas this bright and beautiful, you won’t care if it rains!
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Going vintage, these pretty parasols suit the patterned dresses.
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On a hot day, you might even offer brightly coloured fans to your guests.
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While the socks worn by the groom and his ushers aren’t exactly on show, you will get just a hint of a brightly coloured pair. They also make for a great photo!
These yellow socks really make the outfit. With bridesmaids in butter yellow gowns, you have a perfect colour scheme.
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Of course, for the ultimate in brights, your groom and his ushers might all choose to wear different colours.
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Ties and Pocket Squares
The tie is the obvious place to introduce colour in the grooms attire, and it can be as brightly coloured as you choose. It’s always a good idea to select a shade that co-ordinates with the bridesmaids outfits.
Simply choose your favourite colour, and go with it…
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A brightly coloured pocket square completes the look.
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Don’t be afraid to wear brightly coloured accessories with a paler suit.
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An extension of the bridal bouquet and posies carried by the bridesmaids, the buttonhole is a perfect addition to a lapel. Choose a brightly coloured bloom when looking for that bright wedding accessory.
Bold and gorgeous, we love this anemone buttonhole.
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Buttonholes don’t have to be identical. If you’re really going to town with your colour, introduce these wonderful shades of yellow, red and pink.
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Brights can also be vintage in style, like these decadent buttonholes tied with velvet ribbon.
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Here, a dark dinner jacket is the backdrop for a breathtaking pop of colour.
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And finally… if you’re looking for a little more inspiration, take a look at Becca and Michael’s colourful wedding at Clock Barn. With fabulous florals and accessories, we love their photo album.