2015 is right around the corner and before you know it your wedding day will be here! If you haven’t already picked your wedding colors no worries here are 15 unique wedding color combo’s that are sure to wow your guest.
Fall is a wonderful time of year for a wedding. The cooler air is provides a break from the hot and sticky august weather. Many brides think that their color palette is limited with a fall wedding. Most commonly brown, orange, and green. But why not spice up these common pallets with a few inspirations from below.
I love themed weddings. If you read this blog on a regular basis you have probably caught a few ideas for unique themes like a Batman Themed Wedding, Presidential Themed Wedding, Harry Potter Themed Wedding, Halloween Themed Wedding and Twilight Themed Wedding But maybe those extremes are not for you. If you are looking for a more subtle theme to include on your wedding day her are some classic ideas to get you started.
I am super excited to announce this years Pantone color of the year Radiant Orchid, mostly because for the first time in my life I was actually trendy. Orchid was in fact one of the colors of my wedding, so I of course had to slip in some of my own photos for this post. Here are some ways that you can incorporate Radiant Orchid into your wedding.
With the new year comes many new brides! Your wedding should be an expression of your love for one another and should showcase who you are as individuals and as a couple. For some brides this means staying on top of the newest trends. To help guide you here are some of the top trends for 2014.
Some of you may know that emerald is the 2013 color of the year. So if you are looking for inspirations for this year, why not try incorporating this rich color. Would be especially great for a winter wedding!
Decor: You don’t have to have a room full of green in order to portray your color scheme. Try using key items such as votives, glassware and lanterns. Paired with white, it brings out the contrast and true beauty of the rich green.
Attire: Whether you go bold or subtle just remember to consider your venue and time of year. Don’t pair a long green dress for a summer wedding or a bright green dress for an outdoor wedding, which may cause a few eyes to squint. Here are a few subtle ways to add green to your wedding party… as well as a few not so subtle.
This is one of my favorite ways to add color to your wedding day.
Floral: Flowers are a great way to incorporate your color, there are endless possibilities. Between the type of flower, color and look you really can be as creative as you want. A new trend that has been popular the past few years is a non-floral bouquet. Collect brooches for a a brooch bouquet or a compose a paper bouquet using paper from your favorite book. Be creative!
Accessories: I’m sure you have all seen a bride covered in white , all except their feet where a splash of color emerges. Your shoes aren’t the only way to add color. Try adding a gorgeous emerald necklace , a bracelet or perhaps a set of dangling earrings.
Cake: Stray from the traditional white cake and decorate with a bold color. If you want to stay with a traditional white try adding a green crystal cake plate. Drawing attention to the cake and keeping a classic look.
Invitations: The invitations are the first chance your guests get to envision your wedding. Why not make it a bold statement?
Reception: Adding color to your reception can be especially helpful in fulfilling your vision if your space is open, or has mostly a dull color palette. Try colored table cloths, linens, chair backs or draped ceilings. Each can give the space extra character.
Looking for idea color combinations for your orange color scheme. Check out these fresh looks!
Dark Orange & Fuchsia
Yellow, Crimson & Orange
Dark Orange & Yellow
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