Winter Wedding Colors
Choosing good winter wedding colors is one of the most important parts of the overall planning of your wedding. There are so many different ways you can go, but you need to choose colors that you personally love and that work together well.
The great thing about winter is that it offers up a number of different themes and color palettes that you can use in your wedding, so let’s take a look at a few of them and explain which ones work well and why.
You may find yourself lacking inspiration, and wondering where you’re going to pluck winter wedding colors from, but hopefully this article will help you in more ways than one.
If you’re planning a Christmas themed winter wedding, then there are plenty of vibrant colors you can use. You’ll be looking to go with red, white, and green colors predominantly, while you may want to include the odd bit of sparkling silver or gold.
It’s important that you don’t let the colors become too bold, however, and you should consider using slightly muted shades of red and green instead of their brighter counterparts.
Although there’s great potential in a Christmas theme, just remember that it shouldn’t be too far from the classical winter wonderland theme that we’ll look at next, you should just be using Christmas elements as extras.
The most classic, and most traditional, of the winter wedding themes you could choose is the seasonal winter wonderland theme and, in terms of colors, you’re going to be looking predominantly at sheer white or ivory colors, mixed with the odd hint of red or navy. You can use a number of different colors as extras, with silver being a particularly popular choice. Imagine decorating the hall with large snowflakes that glisten with silver leaf, and you’ll soon realize just how fun these colors can be.
Of course, other winter wedding colors like red and white are very popular. These are particularly trendy in the time surrounding Valentine’s Day, as couples look to give their wedding a romantic touch. You’ll be looking at bold reds and shades of pink, but try to keep them fairly muted so it doesn’t become too “sugary”.
The key to a Valentine’s Day theme is to keep it classy and elegant, rather than making it too garish.
Use natural colors during your winter wedding to bring a seasonal aspect to your wedding. Think of the glorious browns and greens you see when you’re outside, along with the sheer white color of snow. Using natural colors can be particularly powerful if you’re wedding is going to be integrated closely with the outdoors.
When you’re planning your winter wedding, there are so many things to think about, from themes, to colors, to winter wedding party favors, and much more. You’ve got to try and take things step by step, and hopefully the tips above will help you take your winter wedding colors to the next level.
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