Expanding the Color Palette

September 4th, 2014 by Karen Pan | Comment

When I meet a couple for the first time, they usually have specific colors in mind already for their wedding day. However, I’ve noticed that many couples are trapped thinking that they can only have two colors for their wedding day. They don’t realize that when you expand the wedding palette having three, four or even five color combinations it actually brings more elegance, uniformity and awe to their wedding. When choosing the right color palette, it helps to start with a picture that captures you. Think about the different tones and what emotions the colors evoke. Identify one or two leading colors and from there you can expand the palette. Bright shades should be used more sparingly for greater impact while neutrals like cream, taupe and can add depth. Remember to take into account the colors at your venue and to select a palette that compliments the space. If you are unsure of your color combination, The Perfect Palette is a great resource where you can find palettes and mood boards for any color. Your wedding planner can also provide you great feedback and ideas. So have fun and see what color can do!

Pictures of place setting and dress courtesy of Bridal Musings, peach picture courtesy of Society Bride

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