Wedding Colors We're Crushing On

Wedding Colors Were Crushing On

Choosing your color scheme is the first step in the wedding planning process. Your wedding is your first joint style statement as husband and wife so be sure to choose a color combination that you both love and keep it consistent- from your wedding invitations to thank you cards and all that’s in between. You can’t go wrong with your color palette as long as it is one that you love. Get inspired by the top 5 color palettes we’re currently crushing on:

1. Neutrals
There’s nothing more classic than an all-white wedding. Whether you’re getting married on the beach or in a ballroom, it’s so easy to customize the color to your needs. Use subtle changes in texture and hues and a variety of flowers and fabric to add gorgeous texture without distracting from the true focal point of the event – the happy couple.Bouquet by Garden Party Flowers; Decor by Anne Anderson Events; Shoe by Badgley Mischka; Table photo by Yasmin Khafavi Photography; Dress by Rosa Clara; Table photo by Vasia Weddings ; Cake by Cake Teacher; Aisle photo by Caroline Tran Photography

2. Metallics
Whether you’re planning an ornate wedding with old-time elegance or a more modern affair with a hint of sparkling drama, there’s nothing quite like metallics to dress up a wedding celebration. No matter the season or the time of day, you’ll love the shine that touches of gold and silver bring to your big day.Table decor by Colin Cowie Celebrations; Invitation by Hannah Handmade; Shoe by Harriet Wilde Shoes; Decor courtesy of The Decorista; Bridesmaids photo by Jose Villa; Cake by Yummy-Cupcakes & Cakes

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3. Pastels
A soft mix of pink, purple and yellow hues inspires thoughts of romance and whimsy. Wedding décor in these colors is fun and playful, whether it’s a casual garden ceremony or a more formal event with a chic ballroom. With a range of colors to choose from, this is a super sweet color way for your wedding.Bouquet photo by Jessica Crews Photography; Bridesmaids photo by Skyla Walton; Cake by The Cake Whisperer; Wedding dress by Lazaro

4. Monochromatic
At your wedding, all eyes will be on you in your white dress and your groom in his black suit, so why not take the color scheme a step further? Deck out your reception in a classy, elegant combination of black and white. The colors may be simple, but there'll be no shortage of exciting details. Cake by Miso Bakes; Dress by Olesia by Modeca; Shoe by Valentino

5. Jewel Tone 
With the right saturation and intensity, a jewel toned color palette is stunning for both warm and cold weather weddings. Rich and vibrant colors make this a wonderfully glamorous color palette. To amp up the luxe factor, arrange these blooms in silver and gold metallic vases surrounded by mercury votives.Event design by Celebrations Ltd; Tabletop by Petalicious; Vases photo by Meg Ruth Photography; Dress by Tutu Sweet Shop; Cake by Whipt Cream

--Melissa Hammam

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