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Read all about how to pick your wedding colors! This is an important part of your wedding that can make things come together perfectly. When it comes to picking a venue theme, flower colors, and even bridesmaid dresses, it can be a big decision for your wedding. Look no further because we are here to help! Here are 6 tips on how to pick your wedding colors.
Similar to your wardrobe, your wedding colors can be inspired by the season your wedding is in. For example, pastel colors are perfect for spring, where deeper colors like plum purple and navy blue are perfect for winter weddings. This may help you decide if you are stuck between two color pallets. But even if you are having a winter wedding and wanted your color pallet to be pastels, you should go for it! Don’t let the season that you are having your wedding dictate what colors you can and can’t use. It is your wedding and there are no rules.
Set the mood
Another thing to keep in mind is what mood you want to set at your wedding. If you want a happy party mood, then lighter and vibrant colors will help set the tone. If you are going for drama, then a dark and jewel tone pallet like ruby red, black, emerald, and gold would be a better choice than pastels. Think about the style and atmosphere you want and choose colors from there!
what do you love?
Look at things in your home décor that you love. This style and color pallet can transition perfectly to your wedding colors. Open your closet and see what colors pop out the most. Those colors are subliminally the ones that you love and would be a perfect color pallet to your wedding theme!
Do your research
Check out magazines, art galleries, and Pinterest for inspiration. Going to art galleries can help you pick a color pallet that you already love, but now you can use it in a new way at your wedding! Pinterest is also a great source to browse color pallets. Pin the ones that resonate with you the most and that will narrow your search.
consult with The Color Wheel
There are some basic principles to know about the color wheel. First, look up a photo of a color wheel. Colors that go well together are the ones that are opposite of each other. Opposite colors on the color wheel pairs cool and warm tones together. Colors that are next to each other on the color wheel also pair well together. Check out the color wheel if you are struggling to pick colors that match well together!
Don't overthink it
Colors do not have to play the major role at your wedding. They are definitely important, but do not stress over it. If you found a photo on Pinterest that you like, don’t keep searching because you think you will find a better one. And remember, not every part of your wedding has to match perfectly. Instead, try to have your mood and textures figured out. That way everything else will fall into place!