Everyone knows that wedding color themes play a huge role in nearly every facet of the big day:
The bridal party, the flowers, the décor and even the cake.
Given the importance of color on your wedding day, you need to be sure that the colors that you choose for your big day represent who you and your spouse are.
The season of your wedding can give you great ideas of colors to choose from because every season has its own recommended color palette.
Spring Wedding Color Themes
Spring is characterized by rebirth and new life.
A light and natural color pallet is perfect for spring.
Green always signifies new life and is a great spring wedding option when paired with light pinks and lavenders and accentuated with white.
Some other options include gentle pastels; purples, pinks and blues. Aqua and white as well as peach and white are also wonderful spring color options.
Summer Wedding Color Themes
The season of summer represents fun and summer weddings are often accompanied with bright, joyous colors.
Bright yellows, like those seen in daisies and sunflowers are great color options for a summer wedding; they can be paired with pinks, turquoise or simply white accents.
Other bold and bright colors include deep oranges, bright pinks and fuchsia.
These can be toned down by being accompanied with bronze undertones.
Winter Wedding Color Themes
Winter is an ominous time of year.
With a chill in the air and snow on the ground there are tons of great winter color options to choose from.
Cranberry and white is a very classic winter color palette.
Dark blues and silver can make a winter wedding sparkle.
Dark pinks, purples and reds are a bit bolder for winter but can really pop out, especially against a white wedding gown and blanket of snow.
Fall Wedding Color Themes
Fall brings us a unique season characterized by cooler weather, beautiful changing leaves and the scent of cinnamon.
It’s not hard to imagine the colors commonly associated with fall weddings; warm browns and oranges as well as olive greens and burnt reds.
Some other nice fall pallets include the combination of peach and green and the combination of ivory and orange.
Regardless of what season you are to be married, remember to choose a palette that is unique to who you are.
Pick colors that you and your fiancé like and enjoy.
And, if you’re struggling to identify colors, consider when you’re getting married and use the palettes associated with that season to generate some ideas.
Regardless, wedding color themes have a huge amount of weight in the atmosphere of your wedding.