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Natural Beauties Floral
212 N Sangamon St, #3C
Chicago , IL  60607
Phone: (312) 243-2690

Our Free Spirit Style Shoot is Featured in Smitten Magazine Vol. 11

We are so thrilled to announce that Natural Beauties Floral's "Free Spirit Style Shoot" is featured in the elenth volume of Smitten Magazine. Smitten Magazine, one of the go-to inspiration guides for brides to be, features our shoot in the sections titled: "Free for all." While it's on newstands now, you can also look online at Smitten Magazine's website. Smitten has great ideas for wedding and bridal looks, and we're happy to be a part of the magazine's summer installment. Happy styling!

This style shoot was also featured on Burnetts Boards.


F/W 2014 Wedding Gown Trends

While the idea of dusting off jackets and putting away sun dresses brings cringes and tears, perhaps the only thing exciting about winter is Fall/Winter Bridal Fashion shows from our favorite designers. Whether it be Monique Lhullier, Naeem Khan or haute couture's darlings Christian Dior or Elie Saab, the look for Fall 2014 is bold, with a touch of bohemian to bring a unique approach to the cut, color, and design of the dress.

As temperatures drop, designers have been letting necklines rise, sleeves cover bare arms, and innovative silhouettes take over for the wedding day look. For Fall 2014, Naeem Khan premiered a slinky dress cut that clings to the body and defines a bride's shape. Christian Dior and Monique Lhullier both vary the length of their dresses with cuts falling above the knee, mid calf, and ankle prompting bold shoe style and color choices. Piggy-backing off unique dress shapes and style trends, Naeem Khan and Marchesa both premiered dresses with sheer sleeves and not a plunging neckline in sight. Paired with the lace or beading, these more modest looks can still bring drama and class to a dress.

While weddings regardless of season have a variety of themes, Fall 2014's feel is definitely bohemian. Boho dresses often have loose bodices without a daring neckline, belted or cinched waists, and long, flowing skirts. Lace and beading are generally minimal, with the emphasis being on the looser frame and flowing material and fabric.  

Though the bohemian feel of the Fall 2014 runways definitely prompted more understated dresses, Vera Wang, Dennis Basso, Theia, and Monique Lhullier all appealed to the dramatic bride with bold, colorful dresses for brides not concerned with a “White Wedding.” Vera Wang's runway highlighted pinks, blushes, and corals through textured ballgowns, while Dennis Basso also jumped on the trend, with an eye-catching red dress that captured both the peplum and fit and flare style. Slightly less theatrical, Monique Lhullier and Theia showcased gold shimmery and gray/silver gowns, bringing a more subtle twist to the ball gown look. 

When looking for a haute couture dress, look to Elie Saab for trendy styles framed in romantic, delicate dresses. With a Fall collection that contains, high necklines, long sleeves, dramatic beading and intricate lace designs, Elie Saab brings a variety of styles to fashion forward brides. Elie Saab never overwhelms with her bolder, fuller dresses, as she pairs sheer fabrics and tasteful embellishments to balance the look.

Though less traditional, Christian Dior provides any bride with a straight off the runway look, with ankle and mid-calf length dresses, bell shaped skirts, and sleek gowns that flatter but never overpower the bride. Dior's Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 show employed a white orchid wall as the backdrop for innovative figures and elaborate design work, as detailed stitching and fabric patterns contrasted the smooth petals and full blooms of the flowers decorating the catwalk.

Judging by the variety of styles that have graced New York, Paris, and London runways, there is no shortage of style directions to go for a Fall 2014 bridal look. Whether it's vivid and sensational, or bohemian and trendy, this season's high necklines and long sleeves allow for warm bodies as temperatures drop, and brides can enjoy their big day shivering only from excitement.

Jan + Jillian 


Luxe White Wedding Flowers at The Drake Chicago

On the beautiful April day pictured above, the bride, Meggie, and groom, Jeff, gathered friends and family for their chic themed timeless wedding. The wedding party took pictures at the Lincoln Park Zoo's South Pond Pavilion, though the Drake's Grand Ballroom housed both the ceremony and the reception. For the ceremony, a custom strung orchid backdrop complimented aisles lined with white rose petals and ivory pillar candles.

Meggie carried a bouquet of garden roses, ranunculus, peonies, and gardenias, while her bridesmaids all carried mini white calla bouquets. At the reception, the bridal party's bouquets were refashioned and elevated all at different heights for the head table. There were three styles of centerpieces, all involving hydrangeas, roses, spray roses, ranunculus, dendrobium orchids, and stock. The first style involved an elevated lush chic design surrounded by pillar candles and petite satellite arrangements. The second design was a lower lush design with a elevated trio of candlesticks, and the third design showcased submerged florals with floating candles.

 A classic white wedding brings an ageless charm and magic to any season, and Meggie and Jeff's wedding is the perfect example of a chic wedding. Meggie and Jeff, from the ladies at Natural Beauties Floral, we wish you the best!


Wedding Fashion: The Dapper Groom

With countless articles available surrounding bridal fashions and dress trends each fashion season, articles detailing groom fashion trends are few and far between. Whether you are trying to channel your inner Wolf of Wall Street or James Bond on your big day, the wide expanse of trends in men's fashion allow for a number of suit or tuxedo options.

Tapping into men's fashion trends from 2014, grooms have started to consider more distinctive accessories. Whether it's a bold watch, large cuff links, or in many cases, a textured or patterned bow tie, flashy accessories bring more attention to the groom. Another talked about men's fashion trend is the variety in lapel style. Whether it is an understated notch lapel, flared peak lapel, or smooth, rounded shawl lapel, there is no standard choice anymore. Though there are some pros and cons to each lapel (shawl lapels can look odd on broad shouldered men), much of the lapel choice should depend on the cut and color of the suit itself.

A slate or midnight blue suit for compliments a romantic or vintage weddings, though this look requires a more tailored look ie with a slim cut jacket and trousers. Similarly, gray suits also benefit from a slim cut, though it is best to keep gray suits traditional in every other sense so as to not overwhelm the look. In terms of lapel color, contrast lapels are the up and coming trend: grey suits with black lapels, white suits with black lapels -- as long as the colors are understated, they can be paired together. For a chic or avant-garde wedding, it is best to keep the suit or tuxedo a classic black or white. While there's nothing wrong with a black suit, trends change, and whether it be accessories, suit color, lapel style or suit cut, there are numerous options to spice up your wedding day look!

Jan + Jillian


Free Spirit Style Shoot

A Bohemian is often defined as, “a person living an unconventional life usually in a colony with others.” In a recent photo shoot with Cassandra Eldridge, convention was set aside, as the emphasis of a bohemian lifestyle is the importance of the company you keep. Deviating from wedding shoots and bridal portraits, this photo shoot still can prompt fun ideas for bridal luncheon or rehearsal dinners for rustic weddings. Stemming from heavy musical and artistic influence and employing free spirited thinking, Bohemian style still draws from romance, and can be the perfect theme for a wedding, event, or even a small get together with friends.

When considering a Bohemian theme, a few components can help anchor the look with a free-spirited feeling, while also allowing your own creative interpretation of Boho. With a heavy emphasis on setting, Bohemian themes often use a singular pop-up color that appears throughout fabrics, florals, and dress. Worn or decorative textured pieces paired with metallics fuse two different design components; for example, the gold tipped feathers hanging from the willow tree unite the transience of a feather with the weight of the gold. The tie dye pink tent is nestled within an open field; it showcases the scenery and nature around it, yet, like the gold feather, mixes ideas and materials not often used collaboratively.

Upholding the laid back and open minded ideals of the Bohemian lifestyle, the florals in this shoot convey the same sweetness and affection often held between friends. The floral arrangements include: Clematis, Scabiosa, Protea, Astilbe, Ranunculus, Peonies, Jasmine Vine, Anemones, and Spray Roses; the vast array of pink hues and textures blend to create a unusual, yet beautiful arrangement. With open blooms and open hearts, the Bohemian theme can fit any decor, style or event, just remember to bring an open mind!

Photography & Styling:
Cassandra Eldridge

Floral & Styling:
Jillian and Jan Yuhas of Natural Beauties Floral

Free People

Kelly Rizzo, Kiley Netzer, Jan Yuhas, Jillian Yuhas

Make Up & Hair:
Adrienne Baker

Private Property

Handmade by stylists Jillian and Jan Yuhas

Urban Outfitters & thrifted

Elysia Root Cakes

Festive Frog

Burlap Linen:
Private Label Linen

Invitations & Menus:
Heather Long of Simply Designed  


The Bouquet and The Dress: Hayley Paige Gown and A Romantic Bouquet

Delivering bold, innovative new dresses every season, Hayley Paige lives up to the beginning of her personal statement: “Fresh, lively, and confident, Hayley Paige embraces sweet femininity with a touch of edginess...” The “Kadence” dress from the Spring 2014 collection embodies Hayley Paige's ideals through the interplay between hard and soft. The alencon lace brings a delicate elegance to the dress, while the fabric as well as fit to flare shape of the dress highlights the shape of the bride. The jeweled neckline and crystal and alabaster bolero bring a sense of complexity, the sharpness of each jewel a compliment to the pattern of the lace. With the option to detach the bolero, this dress can be both bold or understated, allowing the bride style agency.

Like the relationship between a bridal bouquet and the larger floral selections for the wedding, the balance between the bridal bouquet and gown is similarly linked. In the pairing pictured above, both the bouquet and the dress embody a contrast of hard and soft, a dynamic combination that provides dimensionality to any look. Echoing the fit to flare shape of the dress and the sweetheart neckline, the gentle blooms of the white Phalaenopsis Orchids and light pink Peonies provide curvature to the bouquet. These flowers add to the cool color palette of the Ranunculus, Tulips, and Garden Roses, a subtle echo of the lace's ivory hue. The darkened center of the Anemone hints at the dress's edge, its splash of dark among the light a refreshing variation.

Comprised of countless components, the relationship between the bridal gown and the bouquet is a union in and of itself. Taking palettes, textures, and shape of both the dress and flowers into consideration ultimately provides a more cohesive look. With that in mind, like the choice to include or exclude the detachable bolero, the relationship between the bridal gown and bouquet is a matter of style and preference.  


Pantone Fall 2014 Color Inspiration

While the New Year's Eve countdown brings eager thoughts of new beginnings and resolutions, for those in design, the wait for the PANTONE Color Institute's announcement of its “Color of the Year” brings similar anticipation. The PANTONE Color Institute rang in 2014 with “Radiant Orchid,” its “Color of the Year,” and a member of the purple family that provides elegant depth and dimension to interior design, clothing, or florals.

Radiant Orchid comes from what Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of PANTONE Color Institute, described as a long tradition of purple as a “magical” color that enhances creativity and brings a “touch of uniqueness.” In her decision to select Radiant Orchid, Eiseman highlighted the color's “beguiling charm,” and undertones that easily work with other colors. To supplement Radiant Orchid, the PANTONE Color Institute also highlighted pairings with Royal Blue, Aluminum, Aurora Red, Misted Yellow, Sangria, Mauve Mist, Cognac, Bright Cobalt, and Cypress. Drawing from undertones of fuchsia, pink, and purple, Radiant Orchid blends with warm and cool colors, an asset when arranging florals or planning color palettes in home or event design.

In the floral arrangement pictured, Radiant Orchid appears both in the Spray Roses in the center, as well as the surrounding Dendrobium orchids. This arrangement features Radiant Orchid's ability to play with both warm and cool color palettes; the cool blue of the Anemone and the warm red Bouvardia seem perfectly weaved together, as the undertones of Radiant Orchid bring the colors together. Whether it be incorporating Radiant Orchid into a floral arrangement for a Fall wedding, or using it to bring two seemingly mismatched pieces of furniture together, Radiant Orchid proves both innovative and complex, its versatility a treasure to any designer.




Secret Garden Style Shoot





Location: Chicago, Illinois

Event Design: MatchMade Event Co. (

Photographer: StudioThisIs (

Floral & Event Design: Natural Beauties (

Wedding Cake: Elysia Root Cakes (

Dessert Table Treats: Calihan Catering (

Invitation & Paper Goods Design: Spilled Ink Press. (

Venue: Gallery 1028 (

Bride’s Attire: with hair down - Jenny Yoo (, with updo - Dimitras Bridal (

Groom’s Attire: Express (

Hair: Erin Graham (

Makeup: Rebekah Veen (

Furniture Rental: Shadow Box Dreams (

China: Plate (

Cake Stands & Hanging lace parasols: (

Clothing Stylist: Kit This (

Prop Stylist: May Boury Design (

Linens : La Tavola Fine Linen Rental (

Male Model: Kristjan Dhima

Female Model: Beata Komoni

Wooden Swing: Wood Tree Swings (

Wooden Table Numbers: FramedinLove (


FORM: ART + floral (Geometric 2014)

This year FORM partnered up with the non-for-profit organization Snow City Arts in order to raise money for the education of arts to children whom are hospitalized in the Chicagoland area.

FORM is hosted by Loreen of Reenie Rose along with Jan and Jillian of Natural Beauties Floral

Thanks to Elysia Root Cakes for providing sweets to all our guests!

Artwork by children in the Snow City Arts program.

Thank you to Pure Kitchen for providing small nibbles throughout the evening.

This artistic interpretation was created by us!

A big THANK YOU to all our participants and sponsors!  See y'all next year.

Jan and Jillian


NBF Lifestyling: Our Favorite Al Fresco Cocktails

Warm weather is finally upon us in Chicago.  This means it's time for al fresco dining on the patios!  Since, this is one of our favorite things to do during the summer months we thought we would share with you a few of our favorite speciality cocktails.  Cheers!

Gluten Free Moscow Mule

  • Fill you favorite mug or glass with crushed ice.  
  • Add 2 oz of potato vodka
  • 1 oz of lemon infused simple syrup
  • Top with 4 to 6 oz of ginger beer or in this case ginger soda to keep it gluten free.
  • Stir and enjoy!

Watermelon Jalapeno Martini

  • Start by pureeing watermelon in a blender or juicer.
  • Next, make the jalapeno simple syrup.  Combine 1 cup of water, 3/4c of sugar and a few slices of jalapeno and bring to a boil.  Once it reaches a boil, then turn it off and let it cool.
  • In a martini shaker, combine 6 oz of watermelon juice, ice, 2 oz of vodka, and 1 oz of jalapeno simple syrup and then shake.
  • Pour into a martini or glass of your choice.
  • Garnish with a slice of jalapeno.

Raspberry and White Peach Sangria

  • Dice 3 to 4 organic white peaches
  • Pour your favorite white wine into a decanter.  We chose a Riesling for our sangria.
  • Stir 1/4 c of sugar into the wine until it dissolves.
  • Add the diced peaches and raspberries to the wine mixture.
  • Let the wine and fruit marry in the refrigerator for 3 hours prior to serving.  
  • Prior to serving add 12 oz of soda water



Modern Architectural Chicago Style Shoot

This styled shoot was inspired, simply put, by our beautiful city. The architectural landscape of Chicago’s skyline is incredibly stunning and we chose Venue SIX10 to showcase the cities architecture and give us the modern and clean backdrop we wanted for the shoot. From the towering skyscrapers to the city’s structural landmarks, the Chicago skyline embodies a pretty masculine form so we challenged ourselves to make that work with the softness and beauty of a wedding day. We used modern elements to convey sophistication and luxury such as the venue itself, stark white and angular with an amazing view. Choosing a modern dress and cake that were both a bit asymmetrical and creating a ceremony backdrop that was conceptualized using glass spheres to create a modern illusion added plenty of modern and chic to the shoot. We paired those elements with all white flowers, white linens and slate grey napkins, classic and clean stationary and those gorgeous ghost chairs for a dose of classic timelessness that will never look dated. The masculine lines of the city’s structural buildings combined with the soft and feminine orchid blooms at centerpiece of the design worked together to give us the city-chic ambiance that as Chicagoan, we know will never go out of style!

Floral/Styling: Natural Beauties Floral | Photography: Heather DeCamp Photography | Planner: Anticipation Events | Venue:Venue SIX10 | Cake: Elysia Root Cakes | Stationary: Too Chic Little Shab | Linen: Private Label Linens | Rentals: Tablescapes| Dress: Jenny Yoo


The Bouquet and The Dress: Lela Rose and Romantic Blush Bouquet

The simplicity and uniqueness of this Lela Rose gown is stunning. The dress is constructed of a beautiful embellished fabric with a faint pink tint. The color tone and luxurious fabric speak from themselves, therefore keeping the cut simple and clean. 

We have hand selected our gorgeous fragrant blush bouquet to coordinate with the Lela Rose gown. The lovely fragrance derives from luscious peonies, garden roses, hyacinth, sweet peas and gardenias. Its like carrying a bouquet of perfume; making it an unforgettable memory, as one's strongest tie to memory is smell. The bouquet consist of a few other novelties such as lisianthus, ranunculus and spray roses creating an overall romantic bouquet. 

Jan & Jillian


Bridal Fashion Spring/Summer 2015 NYC

Did you ever think you'd be looking at wedding dresses and say "I want those socks"  Say What?  Yes, we are obsessed with Marchesa's lace socks and frocks this season.  This hip new look of cropped wedding dresses and dainty lacy socks paired with louboutins is callin' our name.  Not sure if you are ready to take the fashion risk? Perhaps, this could work as your second dress for the reception makin' your dancing feet quite the style statement.

The 90s heroin chic iconic silhouettes are back!  Houghton's, an unfamiliar household name, is really starting to make a name for itself.  We fell in love with this designer over a year ago when we stumbled upon them in search of a modern, unique wedding dress for a style shoot.  Needless to say it didn't work out, but we love them anyways!  Their sleek, minimalist dress is perfect for the slender, lengthy bride who is modest about her gown but huge on style.  Sexy is back!

Naeem Kahn's Spring 2015 line featured lavish beaded beauties.  The figure forming gowns are overflowing in intricate detailed patterns and are perfect for a girl with curves.

Do you DARE to BARE?  Lots of designers featured mid drift bridal gowns down the runway this Spring.  These gowns are perfect for the untraditional bride or perhaps a destination wedding.  Honolulu here we come!

And, if you are looking to get toned up before the big day, check out the best nutrition tips from our dear friend Kara Stout.  She is sure to get you in shape in no time!

Something blue? We are in awe of this romantic blue hued gown.  Monique lhuillier featured a variety of silhouettes for her Spring line. Our favorites from her line were the traditional, princess ball gown.  We loved the full skirt style and her "something blue" gown.

If a colored gown isn't your cup of tea, then how about Gothic Chic?  Vera Wang took a huge risk implementing this gauzy goth look.  We are in awe of the textural elements from her line; however, we are not sure they are the perfect gown for the aisle.  Needless to say Vera is always fashion forward and we love her style.

Calling all lace lovers!  Intricate lacy details had us swooning over Temperley SS 2015 bridal gowns. This line is great for a free spirit soul tying the knot with her beau in the countryside. 


A Charming Chicago Winter Wedding

We love a romantic lace wedding gown, especially when it is paired with a vintage fur.

The lady's wintry slate dresses were complimented by soft, romantic blush beauties with grey accents.

The gents looked quite dapper in their black tuxedos accented by a blush garden rose and slate greenery.

Guests were greeted by custom illuminated "Mark" and "Eliza" candles and sweet lush florals.  They gathered for cocktails in an outdoor (heated) garden.

The bridesmaids' bouquets featured beauties of garden roses, ranunculus, silver brunia berries, stock, spray roses and dusty miller.  The bride's romantic bouquet was a designed with ranunculus, garden roses, silver brunia berries, stock and dusty miller. 

All the bouquets were repurposed down the head table along with romantic style centerpieces.

The reception tables featured a trio of designs at varying heights.  

How sweet is this gold and blush cake by our dear friend Elysia Root?  Yum!

After a long night, a nap was in store.

Photos by Susan Ryan Photography



Vintage Woodland Style Shoot

Couture Woodland Romance - Inspiration Shoot from Amelia Street Studio on Vimeo.

Shoot Details: A woodsy garland of riche beauties and organic pheasant feathers embellished the primitive tablescape.  Luxe blooms in shades of burgundy, peach and coral accented with noir and metallic details created the perfect earthy palette.  The bride carried a flowy, romantic style bridal bouquet wrapped in deep black sateen and sweet ivory lace.  The ceremonial backdrop of budding Manzanita branches had us dreaming of a beautiful spring day.  At the night commenced, guests cheersed to dapper whiskey cocktails and noshed on rhubarb pie.

Credits: Planning, Design, Styling – A Splendid Occasion // Flowers, Antlers, Deer Skull, Fur- Natural Beauties Floral // Photographer- Photography by Karissa // Pies- Bang Bang Pie Shop // Rentals-Rent Vintage Chicago &  Aged Vintage Rentals // Treat bags- Fox and Hound Paperie // Invitations- Tweedle Press // Calligraphy – jilly ink // Hair & Makeup- Nika Vaughan Bridal Artists // Dress – Nearly Newlywed // Hairpiece –Danani Handmade Adornments // Men’s Attire – Bonobos // Video – Amelia Street Studio // Venue – The Keith House 


Blush and Navy Chicago History Museum Wedding

Planning: Clemetine Custom Events

Photography: Jason Brown Photography

Venue: Chicago History Museum

This romantic wedding at Chicago History Museum was styled with a navy blue, green and blush color palette. The color combination works beautifully together for a summer wedding. Our bride truly loved white stephanotis for her bridal bouquet. The tiny star-like blooms are stemless and require a bit of patience in order to design the perfect bridal bouquet. On average it takes about 200 blooms, which are precisely placed to create a chic composite. And the saying goes...something blue? How unique are the brides heels for good luck? 

The bridesmaid's bouquets were hand crafted with cafe au lait dahlias (pure heaven), porcelina spray roses, blush ranunculus, green buplerum, blush stock and navy berries. The composites were completed with navy blue ribbon to compliment the ladies dresses. The escort table featured a large manzanita branch embellished with blush pomanders for a modern elegance. As the guests entered the reception, two style of centerpieces flourished in the center of the tables. Style 1 was a low, lush romantic centerpiece featuring romantic blush and green blooms popping off the navy linens. Style 2 featured an elevated design, similar to style 1, along with branches embellished with blush ranunculus creating our very own unique blooming branches. 

Its always important for us to incorporate style, color theory, and a dreamy vision to meet our client's requests. We strive to achieve excellence in our craft. If a particular product isn't available, we go beyond to do our best to achieve the style and vision for the big day.  


A Snowy Chicago Wedding at the Palomar Hotel

A winter wonderland wedding....

Bridal Bouquet: ranunculus, peonies, spray roses, mini callas, liisisathus, and stephanotis.

The bouquet was elegantly wrapped in chic white sateen and adorned with shimmering crystals.

The umbrellas were the perfect pop of color to this grey, snowy winter day.

The B'Maids carried blushing beauties of ranunulus, roses, lisisnathus and slate brunia berries.

The gents were dashing in elegant mini callas.

A room view at Hotel Palomar

The tables were embellished with winter white and blush florals adorned with woodsy pinecones.

Shining bright in the city lights.

Florals: Natural Beauties Floral

Photography: Gerber and Scarpelli

Venue: Hotel Palomar


Spring Floral Trends: Botanicals


Botanicals are are huge trend this spring for fashion and we are all over it!  We know what your thinking if you live in Chicago....will Spring ever arrive?  These snowy days have given us cabin fever and we are dreaming of summer festivals where we get to rock bohemian black florals.  What to pair with your floral sundress?  The perfect art deco earrings, T-strap sandals, sunnies and a pop of coral on the lips will have you ravishing in the sun.  

Since we are so obsessed with black florals we have created the perfect bouquet to compliment this spring fashion trend.  The bouquet above was designed using coral snapdragons, mini pick callas, silver brunia berries, sage succulents, coral spray roses, peach hypericum berries, and black plumosa fern (our signature floral).  The bouquet was wrapped in coral and black architectural print ribbon.


Jan + Jillian


The Bouquet and The Dress: Berta + Bohemian Romance Bouquet

Truly, madly, deeply in love with this bridal gown by BERTA. The designer's dresses are beautifully crafted for brides who love romantic lace, yet an elegantly chic cut. If today, was the day I was tying the knot, I would be walking down the aisle in a Berta. The details to each gown are precisely innovative and stunning. Yes, I'll say it again....I'm in love. 

To have to hold, I would carry a bridal bouquet featuring soft round blooms to compliment the romantic essence in style. The round blooms resemble the softness of femininity and gracefulness. In the bouquet above, I used romantic blooms of lisianthus, ranunculus, spray roses and hellebores. Additional flowers throughout the bouquet have various shapes to provide line movement and volume: stock, parrot tulips, cymbidium orchids, sword fern, and clematis vine. To complete the over composite by incorporating the wedding colors, the bouquet was embellished with ribbon treatment of yellow, navy, and white. I used multiple textures of ribbon, such as grosgrain, satin and lace for a layering effect.