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The Top Five Wedding Colours You Should Look At

January 20, 2020

We are early in the year, but it’s never too early to consider the colours that you want for your spring wedding. The weather may not be a guarantee, but you can always bring a little sunshine to your wedding day with the colours that you choose to use.

We may have some cooler weather, but you can warm up the day with the colours that you choose. It may seem like a daunting task, choosing your wedding colours, but it doesn’t have to be!

With the many gorgeous colour palettes to pick from, you have so many options facing you.

One thing that you should consider is that your spring wedding should be light and airy, to offer an illusion of summer on the way. You can choose floral colours to embrace the newly budding flowers, but no matter what you want, you should select it early! Once you have the colour theme, you’re going to be able to coordinate the cake perfectly as well as the invitations and the decor.

 

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Your bridesmaid’s dresses will be depending on your colour choices, too, so don’t let them down.

Some brides choose to get a mood board together to play around with colours and learn what’ll work well together. You can make this yourself, or you can set up a board on Pinterest online and go from there.

 

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With all of these things in mind, let’s take a closer look at what the top five spring wedding colours are right now:

 

  • Celestial Blue 

A very cool, light shade, celestial blue is ethereal. Brides who choose this colour are choosing to bridge the winter/spring gap. It works very well with dresses that are a combination of blue and grey in colour so your bridesmaids will be pleased with a decision being made! You can look just like the fresh, budding flowers of the spring when you float down the aisle surrounded in this theme colour.

 

  • Forest Green

We’re heading to a spring wedding, so natural colours are going to be beautiful. You want leaf greens to complement the pastel greens that you choose for the decor, and you want an exquisite and sophisticated look, add in splashes of gold throughout. You can do this with napkin rings and place holders, as well as the confetti.

 

  • Soft Lemon

Yellow is always associated with a summer wedding, but soft lemon is the perfect spring colour blast. You can mix it up with a pastel yellow and white for your theme, and have a colour palette that embraces the sunshine. If you go with daffodils and sunflowers for your wedding bouquet, you can really enjoy a wedding that is bright and happy: the perfect entrance to your married life.

 

  • Aquamarine

We associate this shade with beachside weddings. It cools the brightness of the sun, and it’s a fantastic shade for bridesmaids and for wedding favours, too.

 

  • Watermelon Pink

Brides love pink for their wedding day. It’s the colour of romance and love, but watermelon pink is another level. Its shocking brightness is perfect for making a wedding ceremony look exceptional.

 

 

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