Colour impacts the atmosphere and sets the tone of an event, so your wedding colour scheme essentially dictates how you and your guests will experience the big day.
It’s a good idea to start thinking about your wedding colour palette shortly after you’ve set a date and chosen a venue. You should choose a colour according the time of year that you are getting married.
Below is wedding colour schemes according to times of the year.
March and April Colour Scheme: These months are in early spring which has bursts of colour, flowers and delicate life forms. Lilies, daisies, daffodils and tulips, butterflies and dragonflies. Brides should think of colours according to the seasons. Great colours would include lavender or yellow.
May, June and July Colour Scheme: Summer offers some of the most brightest, most beautiful palettes for brides. Contemporary picks include orange and fuchsia, green and hot pink. Mostly eyepopping colours and pink aqua.
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August, September and October Colour Scheme: Autumn wedding makes a setting like none other and the pictures are always so stunning. From russet to pumpkin orange and cinnamon to vanilla.
Popular colours for this time of year include latte, mocha and chocolate brown, rust orange and burgundy, hunter green and gold.
November Colour Scheme: November’s subtler palette of creams and golds palette of gold, ivory, sepia and black. The most amazing feel in the perfect wedding colour scheme.
December, January and February Colour Scheme: Favourite colours for this time of year include ice blue, silver and white, gold, red and green, metallic paired with black, ivory on white and vice versa, and all the shimmery jewel tones.
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