06 Feb, 2020 ·
Wedding Color Palettes We are Loving for 2019
06 Feb, 2020 ·
It's a brand new wedding season and that means brand new inspiration! It's always so much fun to see what trends emerge in the new year and we are loving how 2019 couples are experimenting with color. So open up your Pinterest board and get in the planning mood, because we've compiled our favorite wedding color palettes for you below.
Winter Berry & Fog
A grown up take on a classic winter color combination. This moody color palette is sophisticated, modern and fresh. It doesn't feel too "christmas-y" yet still evokes the coziness of the season.
Sugar Plum & Succulents
This boho color palette is perfect for a snowy wedding. The dark plum and greenery add a new spin on traditional winter wedding colors and keep things feeling fresh, modern and oh-so gorgeous.
Gold & Ivory
Skip the reds and greens altogether and combine gold and ivory for a gorgeous winter-y scene. This pretty color scheme reminds us of sunlight spilling through empty tree branches onto freshly fallen snow.
Slate & Pastel Peach
Perfect for the first moments of spring, this color palette feels like early morning frost on fresh spring blooms.
Robin's Egg Yolk
These two pastels are the epitome of springtime. Put them together for a dreamy, soft focus, tea party feel.
Living Coral & Sage
Who says coral has to be a summer color? The Pantone color of the year pairs beautifully with a soft, demure sage, making it perfect for saying "I do" in the spring.
Vibrant berries and lush greenery will give your summer wedding a bold, bright feeling. Mix as many actual berries into your decor as possible for a feeling of abundance and decadence.
Cotton Candy Skies
Soften the tone and mimic the fluffy vibes of a dusk in the summer time. Varying shades of blush, orange and blue will make your guests feel like they're wandering through the local fair at sunset.
You can bring the desert to you with terracotta accents, succulent decor and the rosy tones of the Arizona sandstone. This wedding color palette is perfect for the boho couple who wants to bring festival vibes to their nuptials.
Neutral doesn't mean boring. Especially when your color palette makes you feel like you're sipping on a latte while strolling through the falling leaves. Keep things muted so the vibrant colors of the seasonal backdrop stand out even more.
Married in Mustard
Mimic the feeling of Aspen trees in the fall with this soft mustard yellow. Add texture with greenery and tweed for a look that is very autumn without leaning too heavily on pumpkin.
Emerald City of Gold
And for a finale that would make Dorothy jealous, pair deep greens with sparkling golds. Go overboard on greenery (because really, can you ever have too much?) and your guests will feel like they've been transported to a technicolor land of fantasy.
Which color palette for 2019 is your favorite? Let us know on Instagram using #marrygrams. And as always, be sure to share your own images after the big day. We love seeing what our amazing brides come up with!