Citrus Blue Punch featuring Design Break {Color Palette Monday }

April 21, 2014 - by Preeti

Today we have a very special color palette. Working with Einat of Design Break, we are bringing you a coauthored color palette! Einat is a designer from Israel who is not just fantastic photographer, but also a designer, and shoe lover.

This color palette is for the bride that loves her bold purples and blues while accenting them with a dash of pink and bright pastel yellow. Use the citrus punch for wedding flowers, lengha, or invitations.

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