Pantone released color of the year 2020 several days ago-Classic Blue, which is elegant in its simplicity. “Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era”, listed on Pantone website. This blue is also perfect for wedding colors and themes, which will give a touch of elegance with simplicity. If you’re not sure about the color schemes of your big day, check out these classic blue wedding color ideas and get inspired.
There’re some wedding details that will never go out of style and you’ll still love 10 years from now, like white florals, lush greenery and elegant details. If you’re a bride who prefers timelessness over trends, I’d suggest planning your ceremony and reception in a classic wedding style.
There are plenty of ways to incorporate a classic wedding theme into your big day. For wedding invitations, opt for romantic calligraphy. At the ceremony, you and your about-to-be spouse can recite more traditional wedding vows to add formality to the whole affair. Dance the night away to classic wedding songs, like Etta James’s “At Last.” For classic wedding decorations, check out this post and get inspired.
When start planning a wedding, what’s the first thing you have to think about? For me it’s wedding colors, which can set the basic tone of the big day, and reflect the colors of season. Then everything else can be prepared to match with the colors including wedding invitations, wedding decorations and even cakes. Deciding a wedding color is really tough on the other hand and today we’re talking about winter wedding colors. If you’re planning a winter wedding, it’s very important to gravitate towards the season’s signature hues and add some personality to your day as well, and there’s so many more festive colors than just red and green. With that in mind, I’ve created some winter wedding color palettes here. Check these whimsical winter wedding color ideas out and get inspired.
It might not be Pantone’s beloved color of the year, but around these parts, dusty rose is having a pretty major moment. A close cousin of blush pink and plum, this subtle hue is making its way into more and more fall wedding palettes. When it works with sage green, another common color for weddings, we’ll see one of the most popular color combinations this year. So I rounded up a few of my favorite wedding ideas in this lovely color combination for your autumn “I do’s”. From wedding bouquets and ceremony decorations to bridesmaid dresses and wedding cakes. Check out these dusty rose and sage green wedding ideas and get inspired.
When we’re loving the warmer summer months for bright wedding colors and cheery accents, we’re also in love with dreamy, rich hues that fall weddings have. Romance and coziness seemingly fall right in line with the shift in seasons and that’s why we love fall weddings so much. When planning a wedding, most couples start with wedding color palettes they love. Draw inspiration from the big details, like the venue and season, then think about the mood they’re trying to set. If you’re also planning a fall wedding, here I’ve got a collection of 10 fall wedding color ideas to start with. Check them out and get inspired.
Navy, Marsala + Pink
Emerald + Dusty Rose
There’s something so special about spring and summer weddings, like the colors, florals, fresh and crisp feel to the days. To me, there’s a color that’s perfect for those days-blush pink, the most romantic and sweetest color, making everything beautiful, harmonious and lovely. Today we’re talking about this romantic color. You don’t need to make everything pink during wedding planning. Insert other colors like gold, green will make the whole decoration more natural and elegant. If you’re also considering plan a blush pink wedding, check out these stunning pink wedding ideas and get inspired.
Pink is always a classic color for weddings and it seems that every single time I write a post showcasing pink details I struggle with not referencing pretty in pink. This time, to stay on track and keep my focus on those gorgeous floral, I’d sharing some of my favorite blush pink wedding centerpieces, which will fully give a touch of elegance. Check out these cute wedding ideas and get inspired.
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“Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue”. Here I’m sharing some of the prettiest blue wedding color ideas with different shades. These recent years the wedding world has embraced these softer tones of Blue with names such as Dusty Blue, Powder Blue, Pastel Blue and the likes. All these dreamy blue tones are what we are swooning about in today’s post. From wedding table settings to wedding cakes, check out these blue wedding ideas which totally give wedding life with its softness, femininity and an overall romantic feel.
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- 5 Light Blue Wedding Color Inspiration
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As a soft and light shade of purple, lavender can send off a touch of romance at once, and it’s one of the classic colors for wedding theme and decorations. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding, then lavender fields will be the perfect venues for ceremonies and receptions, and your wedding photos are going to be breathtaking. For those brides who have indoor weddings, dried or potted lavender is the choice for wedding decorations like your centerpieces, aisles and arches. You can also have lavender wedding treats surrounded, and lavender macarons and lemonade will be amazing. Lavender also can work very well with many other accent colors like green, gold, and tan. If you’re not sure about the accent color, check out these lavender wedding color ideas and get inspired.
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When starting planning your big day, there’s always a question there – what’s your wedding colors? Deciding a basic tone is not that easy. For most brides, they have to check so many inspirations and can finally find the ones they truly love. Talking about trending wedding colors for the year 2019, especially for spring and summer weddings, green is a good choice, since they’re easy to find and can work well with many other accents. Check out these great shades of green wedding color ideas and get inspired.
Green and Navy Blue