Restrictions from the pandemic are easing, and we can’t WAIT to get back to wedding celebrations! Now that planning is in full swing, it’s time to think about your color palette. From subdued neutrals to bright botanical hues, here are four fresh ideas for your summer wedding colors.
Light Gray, Pale Blue, Eggplant, Denim
Dusty blue is everywhere is weddings right now — it’s a classic and timeless color that looks beautiful in fashion, decor, and accessories. This palette reminds us of days on the water with shades of blue and tones reminiscent of summer nights. Let the pale blue be the center of attention then add in light gray with hints of eggplant and deep denim to make the airy tones pop. See the Real Wedding that inspired this palette!
Pearl, Lemon, Teal, Chrome
We love the idea of summer wedding colors being bright and bold! Pair a lemony yellow with pops of teal, chrome accents, and bright white to achieve a modern maximalist look. Use acrylic signage with a bespoke pattern to give your wedding a custom and branded feel. Adding a neon sign to match the palette makes the pattern come alive, and guests will love a cake with 3D floral.
Lace, Warm Stone, Taupe, Bronze
Neutrals work great for any season, and using them for summer gives a boho and vintage feel. An off-white lace color creates softness in the linens and stationery that flow atop stone-colored speckled plates. Mix in metallic bronze flatware and decor with clean lines to break up the colors and add a bit of sophistication to the palette.
Sunshine, Apricot, Fuchsia, Shamrock
If this palette doesn’t say “summer” to you, we don’t know what does! Guests will immediately feel a sense of joy as they are greeted with vivid yellow, apricot, and fuchsia colors from the floral to the cake. Play up the textures and colors of nature in summer by adding in some bright greenery.
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