The Best Wedding Color Combinations


The best wedding color combination is different for every individual; it will depend on personal taste and the time of year the wedding will take place. Numerous color combinations can create the mood you seek for your wedding and set the tone for the ceremony and reception. It's important to choose a wedding color combination you like because it will be seen in several aspects of your wedding. Be sure to consider the place where your wedding and reception will take place, so you don't choose colors that will clash with its interior.

Chocolate Brown and Light Blue

  • Sophisticated and modern, the combination of chocolate brown and light blue sets a sultry tone and is ideal for any time of year. Groomsmen can wear brown tuxedos and bridesmaids can wear light blue gowns with chocolate brown sashes. Light blue flowers in bouquets with white roses, chocolate brown cloth napkins tied in light blue ribbon, and a wedding cake featuring brown and light blue decorations make for a timeless look.

Celadon Green and Tangerine

  • Fresh, crisp and perfect for spring or summer weddings, the combination of celadon green and tangerine is bold and bright. Bright floral centerpieces can brighten a room at your wedding reception. The beautiful orange and green tones can make a splash on wedding cakes and in floral bouquets. This color combination is one that is a bit daring, but it will also be unforgettable.

Several Shades of One Color

  • You can take a different twist on the conventional color arrangement for a wedding theme by choosing several different shades of the same color. Different shades of blue, yellow, white or any other color you desire can be used throughout your wedding in a number of ways. Bouquets with an array of different hues of one shade and wedding cakes sprinkled with lavender, purple, and deep plum, for example, will make for an attractive and polished look.

Red, Black and White

  • Sophistication comes to mind with the color combination of red, black and white. Red roses are a classic symbol of love and affection and they can be used throughout the wedding with this color scheme. Black bridesmaids' dresses with red or white accents look stylish and modern, while black tuxedos with red boutonnieres create a put together and handsome look for groomsmen. Wedding cakes can be adorned with fresh red roses and black ribbons.

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