The seasons can totally influence the theme and color palette of your wedding. Here are some tips for making use of all the seasons have to offer on your big day.
Just like all other choices that need to be made when it comes to your big day, choosing a color palette can be tricky. You want it to be unique to you and your fiance's tastes, while also fitting the overall theme and perhaps giving a nod to the time of year or season as well.
The question often comes up:
Should your color scheme be a reflection of the season that your wedding takes place or is it better to choose any palette you really love?
Why not both?
Your color palette should absolutely be something you love, but the seasonal will come into play when you consider what florals or greenery are in season for that time of year. The good thing is, every season has a range of colors that "go with it". So pick a palette that you're really fond of within the scope of seasonal appropriateness.
Here are some examples of what colors work well for each season:
bold and juicy colors
red, white, and blue
a tropical aesthetic by combining bright peacock blue, magenta, and a crisp white
a nice peach tone can add a summery, modern pop
all-white palette with a touch of shimmer and shine
icy blue and lavender
jewel toned colors like rich burgundy, sapphire, and emerald
warm and cozy tones
muted palette of white or neutrals that have a touch of warm pumpkin orange
eggplant, cranberry, and pumpkin with metallic gold highlights
hues inspired by autumn's foliage and seasonal produce
blush and soft green
peach and mint
What colors are you considering for your wedding?