Wanting to bring your favorite color into your big day? Here are some tips to bring any color into any season when it comes to your big day.
A color of royalty and luxury, purple can lend its elegance and romance to your big day in any season.
Spring: Lilac’s soft hue recalls the romance of spring. Pair it with ivory or butter-cream to keep things light and fresh; perfect for new beginnings.
Summer: Summer should be all about the jewel tones. Make your own heat – pair amethyst with gold for a true luxe look.
Autumn: Plum and earth tones bring new life to autumn color schemes. Keep your palate bold and rich with smoky topaz or olive. Make your combination really pop with teal accents.
Winter: Deep and beautiful indigo brought together with crisp white and silver will make your winter wonderland wedding an elegant occasion.
Moving past Superman, blues are relaxed and preppy. If your groom’s only request is “no pink!”, blue can create similar effects without being blatantly feminine.
Spring: The inspiration for spring? Everyone’s favorite little blue box! Cream white and silver make this color combination as timeless as black and white.
Summer: Capture your summertime daydreams of tropical beaches with a pairing of cyan and sandy beige.
Autumn: Autumn will provide stunning reds, yellows, and oranges. Go boldly in the opposite direction with Teal. Partner it with lime to really make a statement.
Winter: Midnight in fairy tails is the magical hour. In your wedding, a majestic hue for a wintry backdrop.
Mother Nature’s personal favorite color. The official sponsor of more responsible living. Go for green – everyone will be so envious they’ll be, well, you know.
Spring: The green-yellow hue of cypress is the very essence of spring. Taupe and peacock blue will make your guests really shake their tail feathers.
Summer: For summer, gorgeous emerald stands alone. Antique white and classic black make this color positively pop.
Autumn: Earthy pistachio (hold the salt) and figs are inspiration for an autumn soirée. By the by, figs are amber and red-violet.
Winter: Break out from the forest and evergreens and go for mint, a cool and refreshing choice. How can you measure its’ worth? Try it with gold and silvery blue.
Get your creative juices flowing with a palate of oranges. You’ll make a statement in any setting.
Spring: Leave the sweets table out this spring. Your guests will have plenty of eye candy when you pair juicy melon and lovely mother of pearl.
Summer: If you love the summer heat, you’ll really love red orange. Spice it up with saffron, or make it sweet with spearmint blue.
Autumn: Picture a diamond on fire, and you have tourmaline – your perfect autumn orange. Cool it off with apple green, or heat it up using fire engine red.
Winter: Don’t think you can do orange in winter? Do it with burnt orange. Leave the shivers outdoors and cozy up to a crackling fire. Trim your event with copper and holly berry.
Mellow? Perhaps. Beautiful? Always. Yellow can be a state of mind as much as a fabulous color.
Spring: Your guests will be all a-twitter when you pair canary yellow and blue jay. Make them sing with pearl accents.
Summer: Lemon is anything but sour for summer. Happiness abounds when this peppy color partners with honey orange and Opaline pink.
Autumn: For autumn, goldenrod and chocolate have the makings of a classic. Try a peach twist to make it yours.
Winter: Really celebrate with champagne! Give the gift of luxury with diamond white and sapphire accents.
Even though red is the color of love, it isn’t just for the romantic. Red is sass; red is spunk. Say I do to red, because red doesn’t take no for an answer.
Spring: White peach brings much needed sophistication to pink. Get playful with dreamsicle – it is spring after all.
Summer: A glam summer wedding calls for ruby. Bring on the bling with glitzy gold and ritzy pearl.
Autumn: Paint the town poppy this autumn. Bring along sepia and eggplant to lend their earthy tone to this bold color.
Winter: Cheers for wine in winter. Make it a haute affair with accents of royal purple and bronze.