A wedding color scheme should be one of the first decisions when planning a wedding. If you haven’t picked a specific color scheme for your wedding yet, check this color palettes from Pantone with 2014 spring color trends. And I have some wedding ideas here which can give you some inspirations.
Last September, with the kickoff of New York Fashion Week — featuring styles for spring 2014 — the Pantone Color Institute has announced the most popular color for the season — Dazzling Blue (aka Facebook’s Social Butterfly Blue nail polish and Kate Middleton’s much-desired Issa engagement announcement dress).
Whenever we hear Sand, we naturally imagine beaches and oceans. But after looking through several Sand color ideas, I now think neutral elegance. Whether you use it as your main color, or to temper bolder, brighter hues, this soft beige tone will definitely add that sophisticated touch to your wedding.
Paloma (known more as gray) is one of the hottest neutral to hit the wedding scene. Though it can be combined effortlessly with so many colors, it’s also pretty sweet by itself. Here’s a fun, beautiful gray look for your wedding.
Lovely day today, dearies! Here’s something refreshing for you all! Hemlock is a color motif that reminds me of pine trees, springtime and everything cool, breezy and light. It is described as “a summery, ornamental green, that provides a decorative touch that’s very different from the greens of recent seasons.”
Top: Wedding Invitation // Book Decor; Middle: Glass Bottles // Green Doors; Bottom: Ring in a Macaroon // Dress
Choose Hemlock as your color motif into your wedding anytime of the year! Pair this color with a bolder hue and you have an instant elegant look.
Violet Tulip is a romantic, vintage purple. It reminds me of whimsical summer days and calming scents in the air. Here are some lovely design ideas to reflect the sweetness of Violet Tulip – A violet tulip dress theme? Gorgeous! Speaking of florals – imagine your bouquet! I am thinking lavender, orchid, or lilac!