Wedding Colour Schemes
Deciding on a wedding colour scheme can be a huge source of worry. You'll want to think about the time of year - traditionally deep burgundies and dark green would be better suited to winter weddings for example.
Choosing a Colour Scheme
The colouring of your bridesmaids may influence you, plus colours that you think would look good in your bouquet against your dress.
Your venue may also play a part if it has carpet or walls that are a strong colour. You may want to introduce a second colour e.g. hot pink with black or orange with chocolate to use either as accessories for bridesmaids or for some flowers and table decorations.
Wedding Colour Schemes
Green, Navy, Grey
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Chocolate, Ivory, Pink
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Silver, Orange, Yellow
Browse Blue Accessories »
Navy, Orange, Silver
Browse Pink Accessories »
Chocolate, Hot Pink, Aqua
Browse Orange Accessories »
Gold, Navy, Purple
Browse Ivory Accessories »
Orange, Red, Ivory
Browse Gold Accessories »
Navy, Hot Pink, White
Browse Silver Accessories »
Silver, Hot Pink, White
Browse Purple Accessories »
Chocolate BrownComplementary Colours:
Orange, Pink, Ivory
Browse Chocolate Brown Accessories »
Black and WhiteComplementary Colours:
Hot Pink, Red, Silver
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Hot Pink, Navy, Silver
Browse White Accessories »
More ideas for wedding colour schemes and accessories can be found on the Etsy website.
Hot Wedding Colours for 2014 and 2015
2014 and 2015 see some stunning new colours being used, plus some interesting colour combinations.
The biggest story for 2014 is sophisticated and subtle colours and combinations.
Soft colours, and using many soft shades of the same colour, is the biggest look right now.
New colour combinations emerging are: lemon and grey, soft pink and soft apple, and shades of pink.
Another new entry to 2014 is Neutrals. Shades of ivory and cream, used with foliage create a subtle backdrop for the bride to shine.
Blues are also soft - a powder blue used with either lemon or ivory looks very fresh and modern.
Previously hot colour schemes such as black and white and purple are still very popular, having become classics.
Article written by Adam. See his Google+ profile.