I’m sure you’re often asked what are your wedding colors? How are you choosing your wedding color? Do you know them? If you don’t no Big Deal! Wedding colors are not required and trust me you will figure it out. You may simply want a neutral palette consisting of neutral linen and colorful flowers or lush greens for an eclectic-cool look. This particularly appropriate for woodsy or garden weddings.
Colors are extremely important when it comes to your wedding décor. Color can unify your event. So, it’s important to choose wisely.
Whatever you do, do not select a color just because it’s trending if you aren’t in love with it. Trends come and go. They can make your wedding look too busy or dated. Make sure you personally love the color you select. It’s recommended that you select a color palette that includes natural or neutral hues as a base such as white, beige, mocha, just to name a few so that it doesn’t clash with other décor elements. You don’t want the color to be overpowering. Three colors should be the color maximum plus on metallic. This provides a cohesive look. With this said, don’t be afraid to try something unique as long as it fits your personalities.
Consider mixing textures such as satins and lace when choosing your wedding colors
If you not sure or on the fence select whites. The various hues of whites and creams complemented with hints of soft colors create an amazing look in most venues. If you love colors that are very similar consider adding a complementary color or a bolder version one of the hues (like darker pink or red) to keep your wedding more vibrant.
It’s important that you keep color in mind when selecting your venue. When possible try to marry your color selections with the venue’s vibe. NOTE, compromise is key
Also, consider mixing textures such as satins and lace. Texture adds a subtle elegant visual interest. Do you need help choosing your wedding colors, we are here to help. Set up a free consultation with us HERE or if your a DIY bride pick up our wedding guide.