Friday, March 9, 2018

Fresh Wedding Color Palettes

One of the first questions we ask brides is "What are your wedding colors?" It not only helps us put a perfect look together for them, but also gives us insight into what they want their entire wedding style and vision to be. You definitely don't need to pigeon hole yourself into two specific colors and call it a day - many brides have a combination of 4-6 colors that all work together to create the perfect look. 

Want your wedding colors to look fresh and unique? Here are some color combinations that we are currently obsessed with and the wedding vibe they create. Find the perfect ones to match your wedding style!

Simple & Chic

Sometimes the most beautiful wedding colors actually lack a lot of "color." 
Combine Blush, Sage, and Ivory to create a minimalistic style that is the definition of elegant. 

How To Style It: 
- While flowers and lots of greenery
- Minimalist tablescapes and crisp, white linens
- Pops of very light blush throughout give this look depth and dimension

Rich Earth Tones

Normally, you wouldn't think of black as a very good wedding color. This palette begs to differ. 
Combine Hunter Green and Copper with elegant pops of Black for a fall or winter wedding that guests haven't seen before. 

How To Style It: 
 - Exposed brick venues add a touch of class to these colors
- Incorporate pops of ivory into your flowers and table settings to balance out the rich textures 
- Let your bridesmaids wear black. They will love you for it!

Classy Autumn Colors

Autumn colors are classic for a reason. They are at once luxurious, familiar, and beautiful. 
Combine Blush and Burgundy with Gold and Ivory for a truly rich fall palette.  

How To Style It:
- Gold table settings and mercury glass are a must
- Light plenty of candles to illuminate these gorgeous colors
- Incorporate pops of blush or gold into your wedding gown for something totally unexpected. 

Mismatched Jewel Tones

You heard it here first - jewel tones are making a huge comeback. 
Combine Fuchsia, Peacock, Hunter Green, an Bronze for a sophisticated and fun wedding palette. 

How To Style It:
- Play around with unique flowers in your boutique and centerpieces
- Use mismatched vintage glassware to create a purposely imperfect look
- Use and editor's eye and incorporate metallics & neutrals so that bright colors don't go overboard.

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