Wedding color combinations accent the bride and groom, creating a theme on their special day. Now that 2016 is in the past, we can look forward to a new year full of elegant color. These combinations for each season will inspire brides to be bold with their style. If you’re a new bride or finishing the last details on an upcoming wedding, use our Top Wedding Colors for 2017 guide to break away from traditional wedding color schemes.
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Palette colors: Gold, Light Gray, Dark Gray and something sparkly like crystals!
The bride will naturally shimmer next to this color combination designed for your winter wonderland fairytale. It is a complimenting palette and creates sophistication for an overall classy theme. Add glamour to the big day (if it’s not already on your wedding gown!) by creatively placing crystals in your veil, bouquet or center pieces for that extra sparkle. Simplicity is elegant!
Also as an added pop of color, choose red, for the warmth and affection it produces.
Palette colors: Ginger, Pink, Dusty Blush, Ivory, & Gold
The soft colors of this spring will create an unforgettable palette. Blooming this season, is a charming shade of pink. Incorporating touches of gold and ivory complete this cordial, upscale look. This color combination is for a humble bride and will delight guests.
Rose gold is still a hot color early into 2017 and can be included for some flair.
Palette colors: Blues, Navy, Yellow (Sunflower!), & Gray
This summer it’s all about the blues! Brides could go with a lighter shade as well, but here at Abbie’s Design Studio, we yearned the positive, vibrant shade. The sunflower yellow gives the color combination some playful contrast. This palette is great for floral decorations. There isn’t a thing such as too many flowers!
For a charming, simple decoration, use strings of lights. They are a great accent to the colors and will bring romance to the room.
Palette colors: Marsala, Wine, Purple, Nude, & Orange
You don’t have to wait for the leaves to change because this color combination will be the focal point this fall season! Fall is now graced by a chic Marsala color accompanied by dark and light oranges - tangerine. This color combination conveys passion and romance. It beautifully compliments wood; so if your venue is not a barn, try to incorporate wood in the decorations.
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