Saturday, February 4, 2017
If the groom doesn’t mind, the bride can go with pink. This color comes in a variety of shades and can work well no matter the season and no matter how formal or informal is the wedding. If you are having a more casual wedding, light pink is very appropriate. As well, shimmery pink goes very well for a winter wedding. This color can be paired up with chocolate brown, with white, purple and even black. Dark pink can be used without any problems and it goes really well with yellow, green, white and black, gray, lime green, orange and brown. Until you see these combinations together, you will not realize how well they go together.
If you are having a summer wedding, light green is just perfect. It goes well with white, with bright pink, yellow, with chocolate brown and even black. Light green can also be used and you can pair it up with a bolder color to accent the great contrast. There is also forest green, which is darker, emerald green, which goes really nice with ivory and other neutral light colors. For a casual wedding or a fall wedding, you can combine green with beige. Blue works well with any season, especially with winter. Consider light blue with white or silver and you can turn your wedding into a winter wonderland. On the other side, for a summer event, you can use blue with yellow or white.
Red can easily be used with lighter colors to accent the combination. Use it along ivory, white or cream. Red can be very dramatic, but also red symbolizes passion and love, so it is among the most popular colors used. There are also deeper shades of red, like burgundy and maroon, which are suitable for a formal wedding and for fall weddings.