Provo Wedding Photographer Posts Summer Color Palette Blog Entry

Amber Wood is an experienced wedding photographer who recently added a new blog post to her website. The blog discusses the importance of this season's summer color preferences.

Amber Wood, owner of Amber Wood Photography is pleased to announce the release of her latest blog post. The post addresses the many color options for summer weddings in 2019. The Provo wedding photographer uses natural lighting and the highest quality equipment to create the best photos for weddings or photoshoots, regardless of the color palette which is selected. Summer is the best time to bring out all the colors, and what better way than at a wedding.

The Summer Wedding Palette article states that this season provides plenty of toned-down pastels, greenery and neutral tones. The article explores different summer wedding color trends of 2019 and how they can be pulled together for stunning results. The most popular color this summer season, the article says, is Sage Green. It is a personal favorite of the photographer, as well.

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Amber explained in an interview, “From bridesmaid dresses to tablecloths, Sage Green color provides a soft, feminine addition to any natural color scheme. Add some blush and silver and you have a subtle whimsical feel, or add brown and gold for a gorgeous earthy vibe. Eucalyptus complements it so well and is an inexpensive option for florals. If you prefer a slightly different ambiance, you can opt for green dresses and ties, or just add greenery everywhere to provide an air of fresh sophistication. Pale pastels added to your bouquet will provide a pop of color.”

"Blush in any shade" she continued, "is an instant wedding classic. Whether dark or light, your wedding will feel instantly modern and feminine. Use blush as the main color for bridesmaids, decor, and in flowers. Gold and greenery as accent colors will compliment and help keep it on the simple side. I would not recommend blush for men's ties as it can wash them out, (not having makeup to help bring color to their faces and all). Instead opt for navy, gray or tan."

Additional color suggestions in the article include medium, dusty shades of blue with simple whites and greenery, or add a touch of yellow for a true summer feel. Neutrals are sophisticated, instantly refined and tasteful. Gold, white, tan, and copper provides the most classic aesthetic to a wedding. A pale primrose hue can be added for a splash of color. This scheme is perfect for mountain and woodland weddings.

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Name: Amber Wood
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Organization: Amber Wood Photography
Address: 255 S University Ave, Provo UT 84601
Phone: (402) 810-1079

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