LOOKING FOR THE RIGHT WEDDING
Fresh New Wedding Color Combinations
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When you start thinking about the décor
for your wedding, one of the first things to do is determine your
wedding color scheme. Your wedding colors will set the stage for the rest
of your wedding décor, so you want them to be in line with the
general theme of your wedding.
If you've been to a few weddings in the past, you can recognize that
certain wedding color combinations are used again and again in wedding décor.
When the same colors are over-used at weddings, it makes those
events look tired and typical.
Get away from boring wedding colors
and give your wedding a fresh and up-to-date look with a unique
color palette. Taking trends from the fashion runways, we've put
together a collection of the hottest new wedding color schemes.
Splashed all over the red carpet and
in fashion magazines this year, cobalt blue was one of the year's
coolest colors. If you want to bring this vibrant color into your
wedding décor, pair it with muted neutrals or metallics.
here is to keep it simple. Don't use any other wedding color that
challenges the blue or you'll end up with a palette that is too
bright. But as long as you stick with blue as the main wedding
color, you'll master the cool of cobalt. You can pair cobalt blue
with soft gray, white or silver to give it a classy vibe.
Bright Fruity Orange
Orange naturally evokes feelings of energy and excitement, so its no
wonder that orange is becoming the color of choice for weddings. If
you want to add a fun, light element to your wedding, orange does
exactly that. For weddings, the best looking oranges to use are
either red toned or yellow toned.
Pink is a great accent color for
orange. Muted pink works well for yellow toned orange and fuchsia
pink fits with red toned orange. When combined together, orange and
pink add a playful note to your wedding.
Rich Chocolate Brown
Though not a traditional wedding color, brown is a very popular
color right now for weddings and for fashion in general. The best
browns are medium to deep toned chocolate. Brown is very versatile
and can be paired with a wide variety of colors. Chocolate can lend
lots of different touches to your wedding depending on what you pair
it with. Brown with sage green gives a rustic look while brown with
turquoise blue has a mod feel.
Juicy Citrus Yellow
When you think of yellow,
it may not immediately strike you as a fresh wedding color. You may
be thinking of yellow as a dated pastel, but that's where you're
wrong. The hippest yellows for weddings are bright (think lemon
meringue pie.) Yellow comes alive when it's paired with white and
black, gray, pale muted blues or neutrals like camel or khaki.
are several ways you can use this citrus themed shade in your
wedding decor. Reception décor in bright yellow with white and black
striped accents can give your chic European feel.
A color palette full of trendy hues will give your wedding the
originality and style that you want it to have. Your wedding is
supposed to be about your personal style, so why not make it fun and
unique by choosing some hot new colors? With any of these fresh
wedding color combinations you'll give your wedding an exciting update.