Spring Wedding Colour Trends
There’s something special about spring weddings. Spring brings with it the promise of new beginnings, sunshine and blue skies with an incredible variety of flowers in bloom. Nature provides endless inspiration – go upbeat with hues like mango, aquamarine or coral, or choose more muted shades like blush, duck-egg blue and buttery yellows. Whatever palette you choose, incorporate it into all your wedding day decor.
Love Me Tender
Evoke the warm feelings of your love with a pastel colour palette that is oh so pretty and romantic. A palette of peach, periwinkle, ivory and white is a classic springtime set of colours that combine well with an exquisite, elegant decor. Peach is a trending pastel colour that goes beautifully with vibrant periwinkle blue. Think garden weddings and boho flower crowns. Create an elegant flower arch or have cascades of flowers in these tones for an ideal photo background for you and your guests. Play with these hues and use them for pretty table settings and as accents for wedding invitations, programmes and favours.
Bright and Beautiful
Bring drama and romance in equal measures into your spring wedding by using a bright, bold palette of purples with tangerine or vibrant yellows. These saturated tones add depth and texture to create a warm, inviting atmosphere. This palette is a stunning combination for a wedding that will linger in everyone’s memory. Add a pretty neutral to allow your vibrant colours to pop. Tulips are abundant in spring and are truly beautiful blooms that can look classic or modern depending on the venue. Don’t be afraid to use these vibrant shades in bouquets and centrepieces, flower buttons and accessories.
Colour It In
Bring spring right to your wedding by using a palette of bright colours like gemstone blue and cotton candy with white as the background and watch your festivities come to life. Flower buttons, bridesmaids’ dresses and jewellery, and table decorations are all fun ways to bring these energising hues into your wedding decor. Have a sweets table and fill tall glass jars with candy in these shades or hand out jewel toned almond sweets as wedding favours.
Silver or rose gold can be used together with a pastel palette to create a decor that can be both classic or contemporary. Rose gold and blush shades complement each other beautifully and evoke the warmth of sunsets and romance. Bridesmaids will look perfectly charming in blush dresses and rose gold jewellery. The bride can echo the theme by wearing the same tone of jewellery. Pretty rose gold almond sweets will carry the theme all the way through.
Shades of pink, green and silver combine perfectly for a chic, modern wedding. This joyful colour palette works wonderfully well for a spring wedding and combines to create fabulous floral creations. Silver can be intertwined through details like jewellery, tableware, wedding stationery and accessories. Romance is definitely in the air with this ultimate spring combination.
A colour palette of custom blues, teal and sandy neutrals combine to create a dreamy, ethereal atmosphere. This harmonious combination is sophisticated and romantic which also can be incorporated into rustic, classic or traditional weddings. This is a gentle, neutral palette that highlights spring’s bright green grasses and budding flowers. It is a perfect colour scheme for the low key couple who want to create a calm, relaxed atmosphere for themselves and their guests. Add to the harmony by having an acoustic guitarist at the ceremony or reception for an unforgettable, tender wedding.
For the couple who want to make a statement, then, a modern glam colour palette is right up their street. Deep navy, soft rose and eucalyptus green combine marvellously well for a luxe and sophisticated spring wedding. Soft rose acts as the perfect counterfoil to the deeper colours in this colour palette. This combination works well for elegant garden weddings as well as classic weddings since it is a versatile palette that offers timeless appeal. Navy bridesmaids’ dresses are a stand-out look and this colour can then be used as an accent for the wedding paper and accessories. Consider using large, square shapes for the wedding invitations and programmes to carry on the luxe, stylish theme.
A colour palette of blush, mauve, beige and brown is a sure-fire way to make your spring wedding a splendid affair. This mainly monochromatic combination is the ultimate in elegance with these shades combining in a cohesive way for contemporary and even classic vintage wedding days. Since these shades complement each other so easily and are very easy on the eye, add a touch of glitter or shine as an accent to add life. Start with jewellery and centrepieces but keep to a minimum so as to retain the elegance.
Picking your palette early will make it easier for you to help plan your wedding. Spring is the perfect time of the year to go bold. Should you need help choosing your wedding colour palette and planning your wedding, we would love to get in touch. Make your wedding day the most magical and colourful day of your life!
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