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November 5, 2013

10 Wedding Color Palettes You Need to Consider!

November 5, 2013
I must have changed my wedding palette at least 10 times when I was planning my wedding. And who could blame me? With gorgeous wedding ideas in every color palette imaginable, it's seriously a tough task to narrow it down. Am I right? Believe me, I considered all kinds of colors! From the bright and bold to the light and airy...And guess what? I fell in love with far too many color palettes along the way. It's too bad we couldn't have used them all! 

Still on the hunt for the perfect palette? Here’s a look at 10 of my favorites! From the prettiest bouquets to most creative cakes, I'm inspired by them all. And I'm hoping you can see why!


1. Shades of Pink + Gold: If bright and cheery elegance is what you're going for, then this is the perfect palette for you! Perfect for any season, these shades were just meant to go hand in hand!

2. Shades of Orange + Aqua: I can't say enough about this pretty palette! Perfect for tropical or destination weddings, these colors always have me at hello!


3. Pink + Navy: Preppy, sweet and all sorts of chic, this pretty palette is the perfect mix of masculine and feminine!


4. Black + Gold: Looking for an ultra chic color palette that's full of possibilities? Why not consider this beauty of a palette? Works for all seasons and it's so easy to pull together!


5. Purple + Blue: Unwilling to settle for the ordinary? Why not opt for something extraordinary! Like this unexpected palette of purple and blue. Cool tones look so smart when paired like this.


6. Shades of Pink + Green: What's elegant and romantic and gorgeous all over? This mix of pinks and greens happens to fit the bill. I suggest incorporating a touch of ivory to up the romance factor!


7. Lemon + Lime: Clean, crisp and totally perfect for a modern affair, this palette of yellow and green has a really fun and playful vibe that I just can't get enough of!


8. Pink + Gold: I realize I already shared a pink and gold palette, but I couldn't go without sharing a more muted version like this. It's perfectly romantic and the definition of elegance!


9. Blue + Fuchsia: What happens when shades of blue get mixed with fabulous fuchsia? All kinds of unexpected prettiness. That's what! It's a mix you don't see everyday and I really wish we would!


10. A Neutral Palette: A natural softness makes this neutral color palette of beautiful beige tones look ethereal and all kinds of dreamy. So easy to pull together and what a beautiful look it is!


So there you have it! 10 of my favorite wedding color palettes (as of right now!). Did you see any your favorites? I know, I know. It's kinda hard to choose just one!

So tell me... Have you selected your wedding colors yet? And if so are you opting for a bold pairing or something a bit more subdued? Modern or vintage inspired? All of the above? I can't wait to hear! Oh, and if you're looking for a few more color ideas, be sure to head over to the color palette gallery where you're sure to find more wedding color ideas than you could ever need!


22 comments:

The Bridal Detective said...

Fabulous color inspiration! I thought anything pink would be my favorite but then I found the purple and blue palette and was immediately in love!

Lena said...

So many heavenly color combinations!

Amy ✈ Fly Away Bride said...

So hard to pick one.. almost impossible actually. Today I'm loving the blue and fuchsia!

Taylor Greggory said...

Love, love, love! My favorite has to be the pink & gold ones =)

Emma Armon said...

So much pretty in one post! More like this, please!

Krisstin said...

So hard to pick. They are all fabulous. I'm always a fan of shades of blue!

Sara Burnett said...

Pink and gold will forever be a favorite of mine!

Fab You Bliss said...

So many lovely color palettes here. The pink and gold ones, the black and gold and the neutral color palettes are my favorites!

Dress For The Wedding said...

I love both of those pink and gold options! I don't know what I'd pick, but black and gold, the neutrals, and pink and gold are up there. Let's just say it would probably have gold in it!

Harmony {Rustic Folk Weddings} said...

Adoring that blue and fuchsia palette. It creates such a bold color combination that's both striking and eye popping.

Rebekah {Bayside Bride} said...

That golden dot cake is something else!!

bridalmusings said...

Pink and navy all the way! With neutral and pink and gold coming close seconds!

Cris Stone said...

Lemon and lime is wonderful!

Jenna Mathis said...

Loving the natural palette, that pink and gold one and the purple and blue one. Ugh, so many pretty palettes!

Lovely little bride said...

Gorgeous post! So many beautiful color combos here. Off to share!

Whitney said...

Hi, I just found your website and I love it! My wedding will be in spring 2015. However, I am having an issue with my colors. I don't want a traditional palette of purple and blue, black and white, or something else very limiting. I want the palette to be more open and colorful. I don't like the basic, primary brights of a "rainbow" palette, though I want colorful, rainbow-esque colors to be there. I don't want pastels, but I don't want bold brights either. What is your advice? It is sorely needed! Thank you so much for your help! -Whitney R.

The Bridal Detective said...

If I could favorite this post a million times I would, absolutely adore this color palette! The earrings from BaubleBar, obsessed!

Lena said...

Such a gorgeous palette!

Erika {Borrowed&Bleu} said...

These are all SO pretty!

mom said...

Susan, I liked navy and pink (2 colors of pink flowers), pink and green, if you did a green dress in soft green, and neutral (kind of taupe dress). I have a picture of taupe dress with rose pink flowers--dynamite...Mom

SBMini said...

Shades of pink and gold- those are my colors!! I'm so glad you liked it so much that you posted it twice!

amanda said...

I am the same when it comes to deciding..soooo many beautiful combinations..I drive my poor girls (maids) crazy...lol!!!
I would have to get married 6 or 7 time to incorporate all the different colours, themes and feels I love :)

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