Choosing wedding colors may be one of the hardest decisions every bride is forced to make and one you must give careful consideration to. It is fun to think about different wedding color combinations and what colors will fit your wedding style the best, until you come to the day when you actually have to choose.
Choosing colors can be a very complicated process; after all, the colors of every wedding are seen in every element of the big day. The wedding colors will be the first thing your guests will notice, and the colors will set the mood and create the stage for the wedding the guests are about to experience. It’s an important decision, one to have an open mind about and one to be made with a lot of consideration.
What do you want your wedding to say? What kind of mood are you trying to set? These are some of the questions you should consider when choosing your colors. There are ways to tone down neon green and pink but it can be very difficult to change if you change your mind on your colors.
Think wisely when picking your wedding colors; don’t just pick your favorites because they’re your favorites. Think clearly about what you want to achieve in your wedding experience, for you and your guests. Also think about what best suits you and your future husband as you envision your big day.
If soothing and serene is what you want, think in the muted blues, greens and yellows. Gray and tan also make wonderful compliments to these colors. Don’t be afraid to use shade variations, the more you use contrast the more elegant and put together it looks. A soothing and relaxed atmosphere for your guests will surely be expressed through those shades.
The neon colors mentioned earlier will surely tell your guests that they are in for a party. It tells them that you’re a very out-going person and you want this day to be fun. Deep purples and reds express a more romantic and elegant experience, telling your guests that this is the day that you want to invite them in to share in the wonderful love and joy that you two share.
The ever elegant white and gold colors express to your guests that you went the whole nine yards, nothing was held back for this special day. It is a very royal look to go for and a very expensive look. Spring colors, brighter pinks, yellow, greens, are all about a very fresh young look. They are very inviting colors, like a breath of fresh air for your guests to enjoy.
Keep in mind when picking your colors, of what season of the year you are looking at being married in. It may be harder to find bright colors in the middle of December. If you are just picking two particular colors for the wedding, be open minded to varying those two colors with other complimenting colors.
Last but not least, remember to take a step back and really think about what you want for your day and be open minded to new ideas. Be creative, sometimes when we improvise on certain shades of colors it turns out better than we expected.
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