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From: Tooman
Response: Hello Sheena, You are correct that the reception and the wedding should match each other and the wedding colors. You have plenty of colors already, though most of them are of the same intensity. What colors are you using for flowers for the bouquets? Since there are no teal flowers, are you using a mix of colors? I would avoid using white flowers. Rather, you need to include a brighter color, such as red, rose, or a mix of colors to add a punch to all the lighter colors. Then use that color in your reception decor. For instance, if you use a mix of colors for the bouquets, you could use either white or black for the linen, then add napkins in the brighter color and repeat the variety of colors in the centerpieces. Today, black linens are very popular and that would add drama to the reception decor.

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