Just about anything will work with cream and bronze. Dark green, pale blue, some shades of red...I would suggest going to your local hardware store and picking up a paper paint sample in the color of your wedding dress, and one in the color of your bronze bridesmaids dresses....then take those two samples to the florist. See what colors/flowers compliment your paint samples, and show the samples to the florist for suggestions on arrangements.
~KatWhat colours go with a cream wedding dress?
Just about any palette will work. You can even pick pinks or purples and it won't look pastel, since the bronze will make it richer.
The easier way, in my opinion, is to go into your florist with swatches of the bronze %26amp; cream. Have the florist help you hold up various combinations (and advise you what will be in season when you're married).
There is no substitute for actually seeing how the flowers look against the dresses. Everything else can follow.
Cream is neutral, you can choose whatever colours you like, what is your favourite colour? What's your fiance's favourite colour? You could always go to a florist with a sample of your material and hold it against flowers against it to see what it looks like
You have a pretty open pallet. There are a lot of colors that go with both of those, try something bold and fun to make everything pop. Good luck!
Your dress sounds very beautiful and unique. Mine was champagne colored, flapper style, with lots of beading. My accent colors were gold and brick red. I would think brick red would also be pretty with copper...but if you're looking for a contrasting color, something in a deep turquoise would look very dramatic. A rich olive green would also be nice for fall...
Look how the colors work together...
Bold 'warm' colors would look best.
Go with rusts, bronzes, golds and olive green.
I think a pale peach would be the most complimentary to both ivory and bronze.
apricots, topazey colours, tans, beiges, coppers, hues from the yellow, brown and orange family obviously in the subtler forms