Top Tips Tuesday: Picking Your Wedding Colours…
Good morning lovelies! What are you all getting up to today? It’s rather blustery here in Yorkshire, we are deffinately looking forward to much warmer days! Here’s hoping that the sun decides to come out later this week. In the meantime, to make your Tuesday a little more bearable, we are giving you our top tip’s as to how to pick those all important wedding colours, or possibly a theme (if you choose to have one). It can be a rather important decision as you may want to incorporate your stationery, blooms, styling and fashion. Do let us know what colours you have chosen in the comments section below!
Look to What You Love
Our first tip has to be possibly be the most important point. You should take inspiration from colours that you personally love. Remember, there are no rules when it comes to your wedding. Take a look at the colours that inspire your home décor, they are the ones you know you can live with for a long time! You could even try incorporating up-cycled furniture, or pre-loved items that you love into your scheme.
Also, open your wardrobe: What color clothes and accessories are you drawn to? Use that as a starting point for choosing your gorgeous wedding hues.
Get Inspired by Your Setting
Have a colour palette in mind as you start your venue search. Think about what colours you’d like to use, and whether you’d want to prioritize finding the perfect venue or having your perfect color palette. If you find a venue that you love, but it doesn’t work with your colors, you may want to think about switching it up a hue. Remember, it’s completely up to you…
Venues such as converted warehouses, lofts and marquee’s are all blank canvases’, meaning you can really add as much or as little as you want to carry out your vision for color and style. If you’ve already found the perfect venue, use the space to help you come up with your color scheme. Have you thought of a centre piece or a particular item you would love to use? Think of colours around pieces you love and you can be sure your colour scheme will be one to remember.
Just like your wardrobe, your wedding color scheme can be inspired by the time of year you’re saying “I do.” Think about the shade you want to use to bring out the season in your color palette. Rosy pink, blushes and pastels are perfect for spring, while a brighter coral, yellow and vibrant hue’s are perfect summer staples.
For fall, a rich fuchsia pairs well with wine colour’s and a pop of gold. Silver, white and icy blue’s are a pretty wintry combo. Don’t shy away from colours you love though just because of seasonal color “rules”. Stick with colours you love, but if you are wanting to add a little more of a ‘seasonal touch’ the, the trick is to concentrate on texture, and maybe even bring in a stronger accent of colour.
Your wedding colours are the perfect way to help create a vibe for your wedding day. If you’re going for a lot of drama, then a dark or jewel tone palette, like ruby red and black or emerald and gold, is a better choice than, say, light dreamy pastels. Think about the style and atmosphere you want to have, whether it’s relaxed or nostalgic, and what colors put you in that mind-set.