2021/22's Wedding Colours and Palettes to Inspire You!
We've searched high and low, been to wedding fairs, read some great blogs and spent time in our workshop to collate the best wedding colours for this next wedding season.
After a long winter, weddings are BACK with a bang and we cannot wait.
If you're recently engaged or are reorganising after having to reschedule then you are in the right place.
Read below for the colours for the next season.
We love light/pastel blue! One of the most classic wedding colours and it's no surprise that it is always a staple in many couple's palettes. This is a bright and positive mood buster, perfect for a wedding at this time.
The great thing about light blue is that it is one of the easiest wedding colour trends to adapt for any season or style. On it's own it looks elegant but also it can be easily paired with other pastel colours (for example, soft pinks and lilac). It's also just as stunning with burgundy and other autumnal colours.
You can incorporate light blue into your wedding colours by using details like silk bouquet ribbons or colour glassware and flowers such as hydrangeas forget-me-nots and sweet peas.
We are seeing green tones everywhere at the moment and there is no surprise why. Refreshing, tender, exquisite and very relaxing, sage green is one of the few colours that looks good all year-around. This greenery tone shouts spring and summer and outdoor life. You can also feature green as a primary or accent colour. One of the most universally flattering colours is another reason this is our best seller.
We've matched this to bridesmaids dresses on the market now. It is of course easy to match with your flower arrangements - think palms, ferns, eucalyptus and English ivy and your décor will be a show stopper.
For a more glamorous look we love the combination of silver and sage green; an effortless pairing.
As a soft shade of the colour purple, lavender exudes refinement along with grace and elegance. Lavender is known as a soft, romantic shade of purple that works well with almost any other combination.
Lavender is so easy to incorporate throughout your day, including it in bouquets, button holes, in bottles on tables or chair backs.
It is said that lavender is a symbol of love and devotion but it is also said to bring good luck. Is there any more reasons needed to make this your wedding colour?
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