More Pretty Color Palettes

Ok Annie. I’m trying a different approach to give you some color choices. I’m posting floral arrangements created in gold vases.  Don’t worry about the inclusion of gray, just concentrate on the following combos. Here we go…

Flowers by Saipua. Jen Huang Photography





Peaches and cream.














Flowers by Elizabeth Anne Designs



Orange variations with a hint of blue.






Flowers by Sweet Woodruff. Photo by When He Found Her


Whites and greens.

















Pale to hot pink, apricot and orange accents!


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Pale pink, rubies and cream.  Oh!












And here is a reminder of your pale turquoise/teal/Tiffany blue, etc…whichever blue you choose, they all work with golds, grays and creams.  Your flowers would be monochromatic creams and whites with the inclusion of a few honey colored morsels.

Does this help Annie?

Sometimes it’s just easier to look at flowers because they provide color variation within themselves. You can see how one color often flows into the next.

Please comment :)

5 Thoughts on “More Pretty Color Palettes

  1. Blues or greens are what I’m attracted to the most. I was looking through my pins on pintrest and it looks like i barely tagged anything outside the metallics and grays.

    • admin on March 22, 2015 at 2:18 pm said:

      I totally agree. I think your palette should be variations of golds, grays and creams…then just the slightest hint of a pale blue. I love the worn metallics. I think this palette will be very beautiful.

  2. I love shades of gray.

  3. Cam Sperry on March 24, 2015 at 7:40 am said:

    I absolutely love the pale pink, rubies and cream floral combination. It’s very sultry, full of depth and elegant and would hold up against white linen. Now can this arrangement work with Annie’s palette of blues, golds and grays? I don’t believe so. Are we back to a cream arrangement then?

    • admin on March 25, 2015 at 6:59 pm said:

      I love the pale pink, rubies and creams too but Annie has chosen the metallics instead. And yes, we are working with the whites and cream florals again.

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