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Lime Green Weddings

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Spring is the perfect time to think about lime green in your color palette for either bridal showers or weddings. This color also works well for summer events and particularly for those held in an outdoor garden setting or a tropical location. Green is the color of nature and often associated with growth and harmony. Here I've put together some images with a green and white color scheme, but you can also use the lime color and carry it through in a citrus theme (maybe even introducing lemons mixed with limes). I particularly love seeing the actual lime fruit placed in glass jars or vases - stunning either by themselves or mixed in with a floral arrangement.

Invite your guests in style with the Spring Bliss Wedding Invitation from Invitation Consultants (currently part of the Celebrate Earth Sale running until May 15th)

The 1-800-FLOWERS® Margarita Bouquet® makes a creative centerpiece idea for bridal showers or as a gift for the bride and groom to congratulate them either on their engagement or marriage.

A favor idea is give your guests the Green Woven Favor Boxes and place a tin of Wedding Sprinkles (flower seeds) inside each one, both available from Beau-coup Wedding Favors.

And now you can Go Green with these eco-fashionable Bride and Bridal Party tank tops or tees, available in our wedding store. These tops are natural 100% organic ribbed cotton with emerald green crystals that read: Bride, Bridesmaid, Maid of Honor, or Matron of Honor and come complete with a soft organza butterfly pin.

Other Images and Resources:
Spring Fling Cake from Brides.com, Bride and her Wedding Party from Brides.com, Wedding Bouquet from Brides.com, Dessert of Kiwi-Lime Sorbet from Epicurious.com