Bride Tip | Choosing Your Wedding Colors
Choosing your wedding colors is so fun! It sets the mood for your whole wedding, so it is important that they align with your dream wedding vision. Don’t fall into just going with the trend of the season, choose colors that are truly you.
Primary, Secondary, and Accent Colors
The first step to choosing the perfect wedding color palette is to choose a primary color. I don’t mean red, yellow, or blue. What I mean by a primary color is the main color of your wedding. Think of what you want your bridesmaid dresses colors to be, your husband-to-be’s tie color, and the main color of your bouquet. After you’ve nailed down your primary color, come up with a secondary color. This should be a little bit easier than the main color, since it will compliment your primary color. Some of my favorite pairs are navy and blush, burgundy and grey, and grey and sage green. Additionally, you’ll want to add an accent color that will show up here and there, like gold! Don’t forget to always add white to your palette.
Colors by Season
You may want to consider what season you are getting married in when planning your wedding colors. If you are getting married in the summer you might want to consider bright, light colors. If your wedding day lands in the winter, deeper, richer colors make a great accent to the white snow. In the end, what you like and your vision trumps the season. Do what makes you happy!