Bridesmaid’s dresses and pocket squares are the obvious choice for adding colour to your wedding, but there are so many other ways to add a splash of colour to your big day, whether you want subtle touches added to your outfits and venue decor, or to go all out with a bright and colourful day.
One of the biggest social trends from the last couple of years has been ‘going green’, and that now extends to fashion with this soft pastel colour. If you’re having flowers or floral arrangements at your wedding, soft green shades can easily be incorporated into your colour scheme. Whether you go for a green wildflower bouquet and centrepieces or have your cake decorated with floral elements, this key colour will fit seamlessly into your big day.
Tradition dictates that a bride should have ‘something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue’, and this something blue goes with so many colour schemes. A crisp, cool shade similar to gemstones such as aquamarine and blue diamonds, Purist Blue can be included as part of the bride’s (or groom’s) wedding jewellery. As bold or subtle as you want, paired with silver or white gold metal these blue stones cover your wedding superstitions, and one of this year’s trendiest colours.
Yellow has been making a comeback recently, and this grounded, earthy hue is ideal for an autumn ceremony. Sunflowers are perfect for a yellow bouquet, coupled with burnt orange roses and daisies, and sprigs of greenery for that rustic autumnal feel. Mother Nature contributes with the falling autumn leaves and earthy colour palette.
While most of 2020’s stunning colours are soft pastels, Cassis combines pinks and purples for a rich, bold colour that’s perfect if you want to make a statement on your big day! Coupled with the traditional white or ivory, Cassis coloured soft furnishings such as napkins, table runners and seat covers can give your venue a regal feel.
More muted than the bright oranges we’ve seen in the past few years, Cantaloupe still has a warm, feel-good quality that makes it ideal for a summer wedding. Orange isn’t the colour for everyone, so if you’re not sure about wearing it but still want to be on trend, why not opt for Cantaloupe-coloured wedding stationery? It’s colourful enough to be fun, but not too bold that it won’t work with other soft, pastel colours for a lively summer wedding.
All of our stationery is fully customisable, so get in touch and talk to us about how we can add some stunning colours to your wedding day!