Picking your bridal palette isn’t exactly as easy as choosing your two favorite colors and making them the foundation for every wedding detail. First things first: location. Have a color palette in mind as you start your venue search.
Pretty in Pink:
Your wedding colors can also help create a vibe for your wedding day. If you're going for a lot of drama, then a dark or jewel tone palette, like ruby red and black or emerald and gold, is a better choice than, say, light pastels. Think about the style and atmosphere you want to have, whether it's relaxed or nostalgic, and what colors put you in that mind-set.
Royal and Sapphire blue:
Just like your wardrobe, your wedding color scheme can be inspired by the time of year you're saying “I do." Think about the shade you want to use to bring out the season in your color palette. Rose gold and pink is perfect for spring, while a brighter aqua and royal is a summer staple. For fall, a rich purple pairs well with other jewel tones, and gold and silver are a pretty wintry combo.
Passion for Purple:
Remember when purple was your favorite color as a young girl? Personalities that like purple are usually unconventional and likely to achieve positions of authority. Purple is also the color of royalty and can represent magic, mystery, creativity and strength. People who like people are highly individual and can also tend to be witty, sensitive, artistic, intuitive, tolerant and dignified.
Lavender or lilac are very gentle and cool colors for a spring or summer wedding, they are so beautiful and tender! Just imagine a pastel lavender wedding dress, or dress your bridesmaids in this color! If you want to give some lavender touches to your groom, make him a lavender boutonniere and but a cool silk tie.