As it turns out, there’s a little truth behind the age-old dating question, “What’s your sign?” According to The Astro Twins, celebrity astrologers and authors of The Astro Twins’ Love Zodiac: The Essential Astrology Guide for Women, much like our birthday, the zodiac signs under which you tie the knot can speak volumes about your future together.
Are you curious what your wedding zodiac means? So were we–so we decided to dive a bit deeper and share some suggestions on showcasing your sign in everything from your wedding flowers and decor to color scheme and even personal touches. Next up: Gemini weddings, which occur between May 21 and June 20.
Jennifer Angel in her BAZAAR article, “What Astrology Says About Your Wedding Planning Style,” explains, “[Gemini’s] sole intention is to have fun, enjoy the excitement of your day, and make sure it is a memorable occasion for everyone, especially you! Your style, whether it is subtle or grand, is understated elegance, and above all, it is always interesting.”
Related: What’s Your Sign: Taurus Weddings
Flowers for Gemini’s Big Day
In her post “Wedding Flowers by Horoscope Sign,” Judy Vitale names peonies as her pick for this couple. She recommends starting with peonies as their “compound, double-lobed leaves and delicately fragrant aroma represent Gemini’s inborn duality and fresh outlook on life.” She suggests adding in Andromeda as well, a tiny bell-shaped flower. We like the idea of bringing in other traditional June blooms, such as alstromeria, calla lilies, delphinium, roses, and stock, which lend themselves well to the light and airy look Gemini brides crave.
A pretty palette of pearl gray and greens set the mood for your walk down the aisle. Gemini brides will find the pearl gray particularly pleasing as an alternative to traditional white. Pops of pink, ranging from peach-based hues to vibrant bursts of hot pink, add a fun touch. Use them carefully to take these colors from classic to modern. The shade of green you choose as your base will also have an impact. Understated mossy shades work well for traditional, low-key affairs. For brides wanting a preppy, more modern palette, don’t forget about Pantone’s Greenery.
It doesn’t matter if you choose to go understated or grand, your decor should reflect your individuality as a couple. Find ways to incorporate unique personal touches throughout your ceremony and reception.
What’s Your Sign is a 12-part series highlighting your wedding zodiac sign and its connection to your relationship and wedding day style. Check back next month when we look closer into the Cancer wedding!