Spring brings fresh rain, gorgeous flowers, and plenty of new color palette options to work with. Because the air is getting warmer, the sky is now the limit when it comes to what colors you can pick for your wedding. Remember: Your wedding is about you! So definitely pick colors that you want and love. Even if you prefer neutral tones, but your mother-in-law wants you to go with a bright and colorful palette. No matter the pressures you face when planning your wedding, be sure you stay true to you!
When it comes to what colors to choose and how many, that will really depend on you. There are plenty of couples who have a particular color scheme for their ceremony and then switch it up for their reception. Some brides prefer to have four or more colors that they can work with, while others prefer just one or two main colors for their wedding decor palette. With that in mind, here are some of our favorite Spring wedding color ideas!
Not everyone loves a lot of color, and that's okay! Neutral tones can make for such a beautiful wedding, especially when it is accented by the natural beauty of the outdoors. You can never go wrong with classic, off-white tones that have hints of grey and brown. This will create for a more earthy and natural look to the wedding. For a little splash of color, some brides like to add light pink or gold to better accent those neutral tones.
Pastels never go out of style, especially in the springtime. Warm and bubbly colors like yellow and lavender, complimented by earthy tones like green and brown, make for the perfect spring combo. Baby pink and a little bit of purple are also popular color choices for this year's Spring wedding decor.
For those of you out there with a little more creative flair, a bright and colorful palette would be perfect for you. Typical color combos include turquoise, bright yellow, magenta or hot pink, blue, and orange. There are so many different colors to choose from, so why choose only a few when you can have them all! Okay, well maybe not them ALL, but there is definitely nothing wrong with having five or six colors included in your wedding color palette.
On the flip side, having only one or two colors for you Spring 2018 wedding is perfectly fine too! A popular favorite for Spring is a pink color palette that includes different shades of pink for a little variation. Other brides prefer to stick with the classic white theme and pick either green or gold as a subtle accent color.
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