Polka Dot Wedding

Sage Green

A soft silvery green that is a colour close to nature – the Australian bush, a pebble on the beach, lichen on a tree branch, dried moss on a rock. Combine with whites of all hues. With chocolate brown as accents, With old fashioned deep rose pink and magnolia. With pale lilac and deeper plum and touches of eggplant purple. With sky blue, pale grey and off white. With black and white. With vintage apricot and pale grey. With pewter grey and touches of fairy floss pink. With pale apricot and magnolia. With white and lots of different greens. With lots of off white, pale grey and touches of autumnal hues such as coral orange, deep rusty red and bronzey brown. With magnolia and midnight blue. With wheat and duck egg blue or slate blue. Keep your colour scheme fresh by introducing white and lots of different greens to your décor. White flowers, green flowers, and different greens in leaves can be your starting point to a light spring like feel. White furniture, white cloths and crockery set off with sparkling glassware, glass candlesticks with white candles, sage green dresses embellished with dark green crystal hair clips, Read more...
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