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Yellow and White: A Soft Touch

Martha Stewart Weddings, Spring 2006

The right ribbon can tie the colors of a palette together beautifully. Use it prominently all over your wedding: Wrap wide ribbon around the stems of bouquets or the base of the cake board, or turn it into sashes for bridesmaid and flower-girl dresses. Narrow ribbons can embellish favor boxes or bind program booklets.

1. Silk ribbon from the Store Across the Street.

2. Vintage picot-edge taffeta ribbon from Hyman Hendler & Sons.

3. Bold grosgrain stripes from Masterstroke Canada.

4. and 5. Wide mustard-color and pale grosgrain ribbons from Mokuba
New York.

6. Narrow velvet ribbon from M&J Trimming.

7. Vintage dotted cotton ribbon from Hyman Hendler & Sons.

8. A geometric jacquard from M&J Trimming.

9. Striped sheer nylon ribbon from Tinsel Trading.

10. A single line of dots on vintage grosgrain from Hyman Hendler & Sons.

11. Classic cotton gingham ribbon by Offray.

12. Hand-dyed silk floral ribbon from M&J Trimming.

13. Cream satin with yellow edging by Midori.

14. Wide buttery satin ribbon from Masterstroke Canada.

15. Grosgrain polka dots from Offray.

16. Thin grosgrain with white stitching by Offray.

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