Some people usually agree on the shades they will use for their wedding years before their wedding day, and some think about it last minute. Your choice of colors may be in your table decorations, wedding invitations, your wedding dress, your bridesmaid's gowns, and even your flowers. You can decide to select your bridal ceremony shades based purely on your wedding theme, or you can pick your colors based on the seasons or the time of year. You can also decide to select your wedding colors based on the venue of your wedding, whatever your inspiration is, you can incorporate your preferred shade into your wedding.
The following are some of the common wedding color palettes:
Emerald + Gold + Cream. This type of color palette is suitable for boho-glam weddings. For you to be able to pull off this look perfectly, you have to allow the space to inspire your décor. Take for example, for a ballroom; you can simply organize wreath of white florals and greenery for a romantic and elegant feel while for a technical venue, you can cover your tables in a chic cover of decorated runners and cream tablecloths.
Black + White. This combination is usually perfect for formal wedding ceremonies. These colors are usually timeless, and you can make a statement by wearing a black and white wedding dress. You can also opt to have an all-white gown for the bridal ceremony and then supplement with a few pieces of black jewelry for the reception.
Yellow + Poppy + Magenta. This color palette is ideal for alfresco summer weddings. For this kind of color palette, you can turn your wedding cake into a colorful masterpiece and have the rest of your reception in neutrals by using things such as simple tablecloths.
Sage + Peach. This color palette is usually perfect for whimsical spring weddings. This palette lights up perfectly with springtime magic as the two shades thrive when styled in an alfresco reception space. These two colors live splendidly together!
Orange + Purple + Burgundy. This color palette usually works best for vineyard themed weddings. Vineyards become affectionate and sentimental when decorated with deep details due to the old charm that they possess.
Light Blue + Coral. This color palette works best for outdoor summer weddings. If you are having any waterside event, the best shade to use is light blue hue as it will complement the surroundings perfectly.
Sage + Lavender. This color palette is perfect for formal spring weddings. This is usually a very natural and appealing palette that is ideal for a refined alfresco reception. You can coordinate your bridal party with matching pocket squares or even matching bow ties for gentlemen and lavender gowns for the ladies.
Orange + Yellow + Tangerine. This is the color palette meant for modern summer weddings. For this kind of color combination, you should simply allow the flowers to do most of the talking.
Published on: Wednesday, 06 June 2018 Modified on: Friday, 07 June 2019