[Images: mint building: Madden Photography, wedding cake: Martha Stewart Weddings, polka dot texture: Oilcloth, macarons: sfophoto on flickr, cupcakes: Sprinkle Bakes, stationery: ]
If you want to go very classic, chic and elegant, pair off-shades of mint and seafoam with gold and neutral tones from cream over blush to beige and light brown. Add some very dark brown tones to give it a more masculin and dramatic touch.
This color palette works beautifully in either rustic environments like barns or in historical spaces with chandeliers, ornate ceilings and white walls.
[Images: wedding dress: Corbin Gurkin on Style Me Pretty, table setting: Enjoy Events via 100 Layer Cake, stationery: Gourmet Invitations featured on Style Me Pretty, wedding cake: Kristen Marie via Style Me Pretty, pinwheels: MadeULook Photography on Ruffled]
For a feminine and pretty look, pair shades of bright mint with peach and blush tones. The color combo is perfect for romantic summer weddings, bridal and baby showers. Don't you love how light and airy these colors look together?
If you like it preppier, replace the peach shades with strong coral tones + black and white.
[Images: paper chains: Kelly Oshiro, minty peep-toes: Corbin Gurkin on Style Me Pretty, wedding cake: Sweet And Saucy Shop, lemonade: Shipra Panosian on Style Me Pretty, chair & ribbons: Sutherland Covach on Style Me Pretty]