Spring is a magical season for color schemes, and spring wedding ideas can span everything from intimate Victorian garden celebrations, to ritzy, well-lit indoor banquet halls for a spring wedding reception.
Here are a few ideas for color schemes:
Pink: Pink is a fabulous wedding color because it is so lighthearted, yet elegant. Some combinations are soft, some are earthy, and some are more dramatic. Here are a few examples: pink and green (optional blue accents); blues and whites (with accents of a lighter pink), pink and blue; pink, ivory, and sage; or pink, white and chocolate brown.
Lavender: Lavender, like pink, is also elegant, but adds a coolness that can be the perfect match for another warmer color. Consider: Lavender and pale yellow; lavender and chocolate brown; ivory, lavender, and pastel green; ivory, lavender and sage; lavender and blue (with an accent shade of berry); lavender and a darker purple (with a warmer accent color such as coral), or lavender and pink.
Gray: If you are looking for spring wedding ideas that are more unique, incorporate a shade of metallic gray or silver into your color combination as an accent. Here are some combos: plum, gray and mauve; gray and cherry red (with an accent of yellow), orange and gray, or lavender, gray and coral. (Hint: gray or silver also makes a wedding appear more vintage, if you are going for that look).
Planning a winter wedding? If you're having trouble narrowing your flower options and ensuring your final choices match your wedding colors, you’re in luck. There is a rhyme and reason to this quandary, and you’ve come to right place. The following tips will guide you in finding the perfect winter flower and the colors that match it marvelously.
First things first: What flowers are in season during the winter? Pick your favorite flowers off of this list, and then choose your wedding colors, or the other way around. Keep in mind that many of these flowers vary in color, so you may be able to choose your favorite flowers and then decide which color variation fits in with your color scheme.
- Holly berry
- Gerbera Daisies
- Queen Ann’s Lace
- Winter Daphne
- Ginger flower
- Queen Ann’s Lace
- Witch Hazel
The best way to see if your winter wedding colors pair perfectly with your wedding reception flowers and altar decorations is by taking color swatches to your florist shop and see which combination pops. Also keep in mind your theme, which could greatly affect both your winter wedding color scheme and floral arrangements. For example, if you are having a vintage themed winter wedding, you will probably choose classic red roses, which match the theme and the season.
Read more: Winter Wedding Planning 101, Hiring Your Florist and Seasonal & Holiday Wedding Theme Ideas
As different as every couple, wedding color schemes have become another way to distinguish and personalize your special event. Once you pin down your wedding date (or at least the season) and look into venues, tackle this topic to bring more clarity to your vision. Your wedding color scheme not only enhances your best look on your big day, but will add richness to your wedding theme. The following wedding color schemes tips do not spell out trendy color combos—since words hardly give justice to a hue—but they do suggest where to go for inspiration before the infinite color wheel saturates you...
Keep reading here because where and when you get married will have a big impact on your wedding color scheme.