5 Wedding Color Combos You'll Love
Deciding on a wedding color combo that speaks to you is the very first step during wedding planning. A consistent color scheme within your wedding style ensures a cohesive look to your special day, for it helps convey your story aesthetically. Ahead, we gathered some of our favorite color palettes and hopefully it will get you inspired!
1. Dusty Blues, Whites and Green
Styling ocean-inspired hue on your big day? This one may be a great choice for you. The shades of dusty blue and whites are perfect for laid-back summer soirées.
Adorn the long rustic tables with subtle shade of dusty blue runners, and at each table place unique name cards with sprigs of greenery. The soothing shades throughout the reception created a relaxed atmosphere that invites guests to interact and eventually get their groove on!
2. Peach, Soft Apricot, Cream and Sage Green
If you're up for embracing a bold color palette but want to temper it a bit, this could be the way to do it. Keep the linens fairly simple, set lively tables with pops of peach, anchoring soft apricot and cream. (Consider place cards and floral arrangements) A simple gold foil edge will elevate even the most basic of menus.
Imagine the guests sipping champagne or rosé under a canopy of fairy lights, it feels like the good times keeps rolling.
3. Lavender and Pastel Pink
Fancy a fairytale-themed wedding? Bring the vision to life with a dreamy sweetheart table with the gauzy lilac table runners, unifying with the lavender-hued floral arrangements.
Carry the enchanted palette through every detail of your wedding day, from stationery suite, escort cards, to your bridesmaid’s dresses. Set up a fabric tent in the backyard and hung flowers in shades of pastel pink and lavender.
4. Dusty Rose Shades, Mauve and Metallic
Pastel blush and the softest shade of dusty rose exude a charming vibe. Adding in a third color? The duo would pair well with neutral earthy textures or metallic for a touch of modern glam. To add depth to the color story, put hints of berry in your floral arrangements and details matching your wedding favors or the ribbon of your bouquet.
For the ceremony arch, let the fabric draperies serves as an ethereal canopy above the bride and groom. Set apart your sweetheart chairs with stunning floral swags.
5. Poppy Red, Burgundy, Gold-Dipped and Green
Wine-inspired hue is well-suited for vineyard weddings. To begin with, work the burgundy shade into your invitations that impress your guests with a romantic and sophisticated wedding style. Opting for an aesthetic between modern and old-world charm? Subtly incorporate the gold-dipped blooms into your warm-hued clutch.
Keep your table linens simple so that the gorgeous floral arrangements will stand out in the center. Include sage green touches throughout, such as custom napkins, confetti for your grand exit as newlyweds. With such a vibrant color pallet, we can't wait for the crisp weather to come!