Spring and summer are great seasons for weddings, which are all about the fresh colors that represent the new life of the season. When it comes to your wedding planning, choosing the wedding color schemes will be one of your first steps. Here’re the best 10 wedding color ideas for spring/summer weddings and let me know which you love.
Blush + Sage Green
Blush never lose popularity in weddings and always have a major role in summer and spring weddings. These sage green bridesmaid dresses looks gorgeous and the blush pink cocktail table decorations are just perfect.
Shades of Blue + Green
Blue is always the right choice for weddings and dusty blue is one of the most popular color schemes these years. This shades of blue and green wedding color combination is a great option for spring and summer weddings
Dusty Blue + Nude
Another dusty blue choice here if you want to add some elegance to your big day. Nude colors can work well with any colors literally.
Sage Green + Brown
Sage green, soft and elegant, is many brides’ favorite color and it looks great together with brown color. Having greenery together with some brown hues is also gorgeous for weddings.
Canyon Rose + Green
Canyon rose, a little darker than dusty rose, is a wonder color combos with greenery for all seasons. Canyon rose bridesmaid dresses are one of the hottest colors in the year 2020.
White, Green + Grey
White paired with green and grey creates an pure and lovely wedding color palette. White bridesmaid dresses are always popular in spring and summer weddings.
Rose Gold + Blush Pink
The combination of rose gold and blush pink creates the most feminine colors, with a touch of elegance.
Winter season is coming and it’s the time now to have a look at some whimsical winter decoration ideas. And today we’re talking about wedding arches and backdrops, which is a must for your ceremony and should have personal touches and show off your personalities. Winter wedding arches can mix greenery, flowers and branches the way you like. Or you can try feather arches decorated with blooms or Christmas lights if you want to highlight the season. Eucalyptus leaves are another great idea to give homage to the winter. If you are looking for a gorgeous winter wedding arch or backdrop, here are some ideas that may inspire you.
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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.
Copper and Green
Navy Blue and Greys
Dark Teal and Brown
Shades of Blue
Mauve and Grey
Burgundy and Blush
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So who’s planning a winter wedding? What’s your winter wedding theme? Today we’re talking about winter wedding centerpieces. Classical floral wedding centerpieces are great ideas, and why not adding some pretty winter touches to them? I really love baby’s breath for a winter wedding centerpiece and they remind me of snowflakes. Some candles with greenery surrounded and designed in an entire composition will give your guests the feeling of comfort and coziness and depending on the composition you may make the setting more or less official. When adding some red and green, it will add some fun and remind of coming Christmas. Here’re I’ve rounded up some great winter wedding centerpieces. Check them out and get inspired.
With Candles & Greenery
Red & Green
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Congratulations! So now you’re engaged. it’s time to freeze this unforgettable moment with a romantic photoshoot! But where do you start? There are so many cheesy couples’ photos and countless run-of-the-mill shots that it can be a challenge to snap a photo that is truly your own. What about to start with the upcoming season? Autumn is a perfect time to shoot engagement photos. A popular trend is going casual and setting an atmosphere that captures your love in this sweet, cozy season. With a splash of imagination and flare, you will find the beautiful fall colors perfect. Check out these romantic fall wedding engagement photos and get inspired.
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Autumn is upon us, and this glorious season is synonymous with changing colors, pumpkin-flavored treats, brisk weather and cozy outfits. I’m a sucker for adorable and bold fall colors, that’s why I love fall weddings so much! Fall décor is so cozy and inviting – orange, burgundy, chocolate and yellow. When setting the table for a fall wedding, you have plenty of options in terms of colors and styles. Wedding centerpiece is one of the most important parts of wedding table settings and I’ve rounded up some gorgeous wedding centerpiece ideas for fall/autumn events. If you’re planning a fall wedding, check out these great wedding decoration ideas and get inspired.
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Fall wedding season is just around the corner and I suppose they’re hurrying up with all the preparations for couples who’re getting married this autumn. I love the adorable autumn colors like crimson, chocolate, yellow, green and burgundy for inspiring fall wedding décor. Many of us choose outdoor fall weddings if the weather allows as trees with colorful leaves and a natural carpet of them compose the best wedding decorations ever! I’d love to help with that and inspire with some really amazing fall wedding arches that’ll be perfect for any kind and theme of an outdoor fall wedding. Though different types of wedding arches have both cultural and religious significance, modern couples embrace the curve for aesthetic and décor purposes, too. A beautiful arbor can anchor an outdoor ceremony, serve as a photograph backdrop, or bring new meaning to your celebration. Check out these amazing outdoor fall wedding arches and get inspired.
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Cozying up by a fire, ice skating and intimate walks after the first snow—winter is filled with memorable moments, and a winter wonderland wedding is the perfect excuse to add a few dreamy, romantic touches to your ceremony and reception décor. Incorporate evergreen branches and pine cones into your centerpieces and place settings for a rustic affair, or opt for elegant chandeliers and candles for an inviting glow. Here are a few of my favorite winter wedding decorations for a celebration during the chilly months.
Lights and Candles
String market lights around low, twisting limbs to add a wintery twinkle to nature, and candle lights can make your day more romantic.
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Add pine cones and an assortment of berries to bring your decorations, even in the depths of winter.
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Incorporate fresh evergreen sprigs into your decorations for a little seasonal texture and a subtle whiff of everybody’s favorite crisp, pine scent.
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Decorate your ceremony and reception space with lush wreaths made of cascading vines and cream-colored wisteria for a whimsical touch to your winter affair.
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Hot Chocolate Bar
Your guests will love a warm pick-me-up after dinner. Set up a hot chocolate bar with marshmallows, candy cane spoons and extra chocolate toppings that’ll keep your guests cozy all night.
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Attention to detail is important for every aspect of your wedding, and the way you offer drinks to your guests is no exception – even the soft ones. Self-serve drink stations offering sweet tea, lemonade, juices, and infused waters from glass and cut-crystal dispensers are far more sophisticated and allow your guests to help themselves to whatever and as much as they want. Equally important is the way you choose to design your wedding drink stations. Flowers, signage, and even pretty snacks can help dress up a display, while creative stands and risers add to the effect. Today I’m sharing these wedding drink bar ideas that’re perfect for fall weddings. If you’re an autumn bride, check out this post and get inspired.
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