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.
Shades of Purple
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Lavender and Grey
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Lavender and Green
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Lavender and Gold
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Lavender and Blush Pink
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Hi Brides-to-be, are you picking out your 2019 wedding colors and planning for nuptials in the new year? We may be in the middle of 2018, but in wedding terms, the upcoming season is well on its way. We’ll see more bright and neutral colors for weddings in the year 2019, and brides will add some accent colors to make it more personal. If you’re among the flock of 2019 brides, here’s a look at the wedding color trends we are seeing pop up in the fashion world.
Mustard & Sage
Light Blue and Greenery
See More Light Blue Wedding Colors
Dusty Blue & Dusty Rose
More Dusty Blue Wedding Ideas | More Dusty Rose Wedding Ideas
Shades of Purple
More Purple Wedding Colors
Burgundy & Blush
More Burgundy Wedding Colors
Navy Blue & Greenery
Shades of Blue Wedding Colors
Sage Green & Brown
To Be Continued…
Lavender is known as a soft, romantic shade of purple that works well with almost any other combination, which is frequently used in wedding celebrations, from color palette, decorations to dresses and favors. Here’re some loveliest lavender wedding ideas for your reference. Get a cup of coffee and move along to steal for your own event!
Wedding Favor Ideas
As a pale, gray toned version of violet and a warm and soft color, mauve is getting more and more popular and it’s my favorite color in the purple family, which can work well with a lot of colors and suitable for all wedding seasons as well. In this post you’ll see some great mauve wedding color ideas and hope you love them as I do.
Spring is here and fall will not be far away. I can’t help but love all the heart-warming weddings happened in autumn. Warm-colored floral and cozy apparel are just a few of the beautiful touches unique to this season. Wishing for a romantic atmosphere on your big day? The rich lighting and dreamy colors in these 10 color scheme ideas are sure to inspire a fall wedding date!
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Bows & Ties
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Oh Best Day Ever
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Purple is a versatile wedding color with many popular hues suitable for winter, summer, fall or spring weddings. Consider the season you will marry when selecting shades of purple and coordinating other colors with it. Its wide range provides options for delicate spring or sophisticated winter color schemes: periwinkle, lavender, orchid, heliotrope, plum, mulberry, magenta, violet, indigo. Select a main shade of purple and other complementary hues for attendants’ flowers and for accents at your ceremony and reception sites.Here we’re just going to talk about 5 shades of purple wedding colors.
5. Shades of Purple