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How to Choose Your Wedding Colors
What’s the one thing that dictates the wedding decorations , floral arrangements, invitations and just about everything else associated with a wedding? Color! Whether it's bold, bright hues or soft pastels, color plays one of the biggest roles in planning a ceremony and reception (not to mention styling the wedding party!). If you’re a bride who’s in love with color, but you're not quite sure how to find a signature shade and make it work for your big day, we can show you how to choose wedding colors that reflect your personality and creative ways to incorporate them in your venue (without overdoing it!).
Space and seasonalityWhen deciding on wedding colors, ask yourself two questions (depending on how far along you are in your wedding planning, these questions should be fairly easy to answer). One: what is the time of year your wedding will take place (winter, spring, summer, fall)? The colors of the season are a great guide for finding your wedding colors. Two: What kind of space will be used for the ceremony and reception (indoor/outdoor, church, ballroom, formal, casual?) Some venues are blank spaces—ideal for decorating to your exact specifications. But some spaces have a fixed look that can’t be changed (colored carpet or wallpaper), which could clash with the colors you may have in mind.
Look for inspiration all around youBrowse through our image gallery offering an array of inspiring wedding decorations .
How is your home decorated? What is your favorite shade of lip gloss? What colors do you see most in your closet? Taking inspiration from everyday life is a great way to spotlight your personality in your wedding color choices. Need more help? Visit a bookstore and pick up fashion and home decor magazines. The runway is also a good place to turn to for ideas, as designers are the best sources for relaying the latest trends. In fact, the Pantone Color Institute creates color combinations every season just for designers in the fashion and interiors industry to use with new products. Even our wedding expert, Susan Southerland of Just Marry!, uses a Wedding Planning Color Wheel to help brides match shades when selecting a color scheme.
Where to use colorNow this is where things start to get tricky. You imagine a room full of lush, lavish color, but not at the sake of overdoing it, right? So where do you use your hues? And how much is too much? Here, we've compiled a list of subtle ways to infuse your wedding colors in the ceremony, in your wedding decorations and at the reception venue:
Wedding Ceremony: 4 Creative Aisle Decor Options
Looking for ways to make a grand entrance at your wedding ceremony? Here, four creative decor ideas to take your aisle style up a notch.
1. Petals in Patterns: A simple row of colored petals lining either side of your aisle adds a subtle pop of color without going overboard. The design possibilities are nearly endless, when you consider that you can have many different colors of flower petals (just remember to check with your ceremony venue to be sure they do not have restrictions, some allow only white to prevent stains on indoor flooring) and many different patterns! If your wedding party doesn’t include a flower girl, it’s a nice way to still incorporate flower petals adorning the aisle.
2. Pew Pomanders: Also called kissing balls, pew pomanders are a popular option for decorating the aisle in traditional church weddings. These round orbs of flowers also make great brides bouquets, and when dried properly, make a beautiful keepsake long after the wedding is over.
4. Lovely Lanterns: As a play on luminaries, lanterns are also a way to add a soft glow of light to your wedding ceremony. Closed lanterns with pillar candles add a dramatic element to outdoor weddings...
Wedding Decoration Ideas to Get You Started
You want a reception that is from your dreams, original, and creates an experience that guests will long remember. Here are some wedding decoration ideas that spotlight creativity, elegance and consistency.
Before you purchase or rent any wedding decorations , prepare a decorating budget. Base this on the site’s size, your reception theme and style, the number of guests and decorative elements already present. You’ll have some wedding decoration ideas, but also be open to suggestions. Other factors with impact include the wedding’s formality, its color palette and, of course, your preferences.
Experts say more brides are coming to them with wedding decoration ideas that reflect their personality. Flowers and floral arrangements are the most popular choice for decorations. Use them to dazzle the eye, but don’t be excessive. Remember, your goal is make the celebration memorable, not overwhelming.
When you seek wedding decorations ideas and inspiration, think about your bridal bouquet first. Its color, choice of flowers and style can establish a tone you’ll want throughout the day. Adding floral decorations will enhance the wedding atmosphere.
Consider all the potential places for flowers at your reception. Some brides decorate with potted plants or tiny vases filled with single blossoms. Others scatter rose petals around candles and across tabletops.
Look for ways to tie some of your favorite wedding decorations ideas together. For example, place round bowls of sweetheart roses on stands of varying heights, add tall vases filled with English roses as your centerpieces and flank entryways with low, already-potted rose bushes. This approach adds visual variety while retaining a strong rose theme.
You can mix square and round tables, then accent them with floral centerpieces of various heights and arrangements. This lets guests at one table converse above the centerpiece, while their neighbors talk below their elevated arrangement.