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From: Tooman
Response: If you check a color wheel, you will find that orange is the compliment to dark blue and the two colors make a striking combination. The last bride that I had who used navy dresses with orange flowers incorporated dark blue delphinium into the bouquets to bring in the blue. They were beautiful.

If you dont like orange, you could also use a deep red, like the color of fall leaves. However, the deep red against the dark dresses may cause the flowers to not show up in photos and when being carried.

For decorations, you could go with a variety of fall colors, such as gold, yellow, orange, and deep red. You might also use silk leaves on your table tops to incorporate all of the colors.

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