Calling all brides, there are some new colors trends that we are oh so excited to talk about! Picking the color scheme for your wedding can be challenging, especially because there are so many amazing colors to choose from. Some of our new found favorites are, the neutrals and metallics, greens and blues and blushes. Whether you are going for elegant and classic, rustic, modern or boho, these colors can be molded into your dream wedding.
You may be wondering; how can I incorporate these colors into my wedding without overdoing it? My best advice is to start with four basic elements; attire, stationery, florals and cake. By adding your color scheme to these aspects of your special day, you will be able to see the subtle touches of color and stay romantic and timeless. For those who want to show off even more color and go for a bold look, add the colors to the linens, the chairs and continue to pop them throughout. These details may be in your place setting, drinks, jewelry, linens, favors, etc.
Neutrals & Metallics
Whether you are a fan of gold or silver, you are in luck, because the shimmering touches of mixed metallics are becoming more popular than ever. If you really want the metallics to sparkle on your big day, pair it with a very neutral palette of tan, white, cream and even a light pink. A personal favorite is touches of gray and white marble with an accent of rose gold, truly modern and stunning. A little extra sparkle never hurt anything!
Blues & Blushes
The Pantone colors of 2016 were rose quartz and serenity and they most definitely have not gone out of style. Besides pastel blue, navy has been trending as well. Pairing navy or pastel blue with blush tones or even a pop of coral, is breathtaking and can be used in so many ways at your wedding. Use navy as the anchor to your color palette or opt for it as an accent color against a simple and clean white and neutral shades.
The pantone color of 2017 is greenery!!!! There are so many fun and creative ways to add pops of green to your wedding. Green is a bold color that can really make a statement, so the best way to start incorporating this color is in the four basic aspects I mentioned above. You can use green to accent a rustic theme on a wood table or use it against a white palette for that clean, modern vibe. Make your bouquet stand out with extra greenery or even succulents, add some green details to your invitations and menus, have a long piece of lush greenery as a table runner intermixed with beautiful white and light pink flowers, the options are endless.
To get inspired by these beautiful color schemes take a look at these color inspiration boards put together by The Black Tux!! They have amazing suit and tuxedo rentals that can take your color scheme and wedding vision and bring it to life with the perfect suit! Make sure you check them out to make sure your man is looking as handsome as can be while you say I Do!!!
J, E & K