14 of our favorite wedding color palettes
 

Purple & Chartreuse Wedding Color

Asian style merges with a woodland air: A palette of purple, brown, and chartreuse looks sumptuous when darker colors reign and lighter ones are accents.

Purple & Chartreuse Wedding Color

Lavender & Red Wedding Color

By choosing classic elements -- say, roses, engraved stationery, and embroidered favors -- in unexpected hues, your personality and flair can help create a wedding that's infinitely you.

Lavender & Red Wedding Color

Lilac & Brown Wedding Color

Right before dusk, in a display that is as majestic as it is momentary, skies turn the perfect shade of lilac. Mauve and pink combine with the softest of blues for a hue as enchanting as its namesake blossom. Deep, dark browns accent lilac beautifully, showing off its warm tones and providing a rich background.

Lilac & Brown Wedding Color

Fuchsia & Taupe Wedding Color

On a Saturday night, you could go a couple of ways: Linger over a not-too-oaky chardonnay at your go-to restaurant or hit the clubs, chilled Cosmo in hand. Picking a wedding palette presents a similar dilemma. Do you opt for elegant, can't-go-wrong neutrals? Or do it up Lilly Pulitzer-style with lots of fun, sun-bright shades? A combo like taupe and fuchsia lets you have a little of both.

Fuchsia & Taupe Wedding Color

Pink & Poppy Wedding Ideas

If love could be expressed in color, it would undoubtedly be some combination of pale pink and bright red. Together they represent a spectrum of romantic feelings -- from tender to passionate, bashful to brazen. It's no wonder valentines often come in these hues.

Pink & Poppy Wedding Ideas

Green & Brown Wedding Ideas

Familiar and eternal, green and brown recall trees, earth, and grassy fields. As a color palette, the pair lends itself to all sorts of weddings but especially to autumnal ones in the country, when the bride and groom want their celebration to radiate natural beauty.

Green & Brown Wedding Ideas

Cameo & Black Wedding Color

Cameos have enchanted rulers (and rabble) for thousands of years -- and today, the carved silhouettes are back on trend. We show how to incorporate both the tokens and the shell-pink color often associated with them into your wedding. And since pink on its own can feel overly sentimental (even to a bride), we've paired it with a jolt of chic black.

 Cameo & Black Wedding Color

Blue & White Wedding Color

It's a match made in the heavens. Think dreamy clouds and powder-blue sky, pearly stars on a velvet-blue backdrop.

Blue & White Wedding Color

Emerald & Aqua Wedding Color

Some romances feature two cool characters who just jell, like a Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers number. Such is the case with eye-catching emerald green -- the shade of the gemstone thought to be favored by Venus, the goddess of love -- and serene aquamarine.

Emerald & Aqua Wedding Color

Aqua & Red Wedding Color

Perfect for a summer wedding, choose a palette strong enough to stand up to nature's bold hues. Red and aqua is one of our favorite pairings, at once sophisticated and alive.

Aqua & Red Wedding Color

Blue & Silver Wedding Color

Luxurious and refined or chic and modern, this cool color combination brings warmth to winter weddings.

Blue & Silver Wedding Color

Marigold & Pewter Wedding Color

Sunny and steely, dialed up and dulled down, the combination of yellow and gray makes for a contrapuntal dance that's neither too sweet nor too subdued.

Marigold & Pewter Wedding Color

White Wedding Color

Your wedding promises to be one of the happiest, most meaningful days of your life. It's a celebration of love, joy, and brand-new-beginnings, deserving a palette that's as pure as your emotions. We can't think of anything more appropriate than crisp, clean white.

White Wedding Color

Pink & Gold Wedding Color

America fell in love with blushing pink and gold during the 1940s and 1950s. The palette, which is making a comeback, suggested both the romance and glamour of Hollywood, hinted at a playful femininity, and came to represent fine couture, days at the beach and on boardwalks, and lighthearted sophistication.

Pink & Gold Wedding Color

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By Hannah Goodman 04/16/2017 08:19:00
 

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