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Why They Chose Raspberry For Their Wedding
Raspberry is a radiant hue which takes its name from the color of the fruit. This hue is popular among fall and winter weddings. It makes for an elegant and chic color when paired with gold. In recent years more brides are using raspberry during summer and spring by incorporating it with other vibrant hues for a modern twist.
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My fiancé and I chose raspberry for our bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen accessories. Raspberry complemented the grey suits of the men and my champagne colored wedding dress. Walking down the aisle our bridal party looked amazing, almost like a grown-up version of prom. I would recommend the Azazie Lucy in raspberry for a black-tie theme wedding.
While looking through various colors I came across raspberry and immediately fell in love. I ordered the Azazie swatch first to make sure it looked the same in the actual fabric and I'm so happy they do that. As soon as I checked them I order the raspberry colored dresses for my bridesmaids.
For our summer wedding, my fiancé and I wanted to stray from the usual pastels and pink wedding colors which is when we started doing some online research. When I came across raspberry I thought it would look perfect with aqua. I had seen some cute wedding inspiration boards that persuaded me to choose raspberry for my bridesmaids and they loved the idea too!
I wanted my bridesmaids to look as if they were walking down the red carpet which is why I chose a dramatic wedding color. Each bridesmaid wore a slightly different strapless Azazie dress in raspberry and paired it with shiny gold heels. In order to match them I had red rose bouquet and raspberry colored heels.
For my wedding I wanted a small ceremony in my parents' huge patio, wearing a non-traditional dress. I chose raspberry because it was a color that is associated with love, plus it's a color my husband says looks great on me. Everybody complimented by bold choice on the Azazie Maya in raspberry.