Choosing the color scheme/theme of your wedding is one of the first & most important choices you’ll make and will carry over into every aspect of your big day!
Maybe you’re more traditional and want a color scheme that stays insides the lines? Or are you bold and contemporary and love to color outside the lines with vivid, saturated hues that show off your style? Perhaps you’re a fashionista and want a color scheme that’s hot and on-point with the latest trends? Or does the romantic in you prefer light, soft colors that accentuate elegance and femininity?
No matter what colors you choose, it’s important that they represent your style so your wedding vibe will represent you. Here’s some ideas:
Lavender, Chocolate Brown, and Sage Green
At the time we set up for this wedding, color trends for that season included several soft, romantic colors like lavender and sage green, plus some earthy tones. While the combination of lavender and chocolate brown can be very traditional, we threw in some sage green for a more romantic, “secret garden” vibe.
Cool Blue, Lemon Yellow, and Silver
A classic pairing of blue and yellow has lots of charm and can complement any style — country chic, sophisticated and elegant, modern and contemporary, or even a nautical/beachy theme. We accented this classic look with a little silver for some added sparkle and shine.
Deep Pink, Tangerine & Golden Yellow
When we set up for this wedding, we had taken note of the most recent #1 colors of the year — pink and tangerine orange. This pairing of pink, orange, and golden yellow is still upbeat, fresh, and on-trend! We love this mix because it’s big and bold, youthful and playful… and a great choice for any season, especially spring and summer.
Deep Burgundy and Rich Gold
Rich hues of burgundy paired with regal and glitzy sparks of gold is a beautiful color combination fit for fall and winter weddings, Christmasnuptials, or really any time of theyear you want to rock a little glam.
To add more of a color punch, use varying tints, tones and shades of burgundy to create depth & interest.