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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Debbie, I have not heard of the color capri, so I assume it is a color name coined by a dressmaker, perhaps Davids Bridal, who frequently uses interesting names for their fabrics. I know that cornflower is a shade of blue and I am going to guess that capri might also be a shade of blue, like the waters around the island of Capri. If both are light colors, you will need a deeper color to provide contrast. You might consider using a wild flower mix, including flowers in shades of red, bright yellow, lavender or purple, pink, and plenty of greenery. Alternatively, you could choose just one complimentary color, such as red, or hot pink. You would want to avoid white or cream unless you use plenty of greenery. Otherwise, the flowers will fade into the dresses.

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