Crushing over colour - 6 wedding palettes we're in love with

A bunch of flowers from a friend, a pop of lippy on a rainy day or a bright yellow yolk on your toast at brunch - colour is all around and has the power to change you. 

If you chat to any of your married friends, you'll be sure that they'll remember what colour the bridesmaids wore, and even the guys (who by the way, have forgotten their anniversaries) will roll their eyes and say "dusty rose and eggshell".  Colour is memorable, and can change the mood of your event from broody winter fireplace to bohemian springtime. 

The great news? We can help find "your" colours when we do your love logo and style sheet. But first, check out these schemes that we've taken from real life inspiration.

Bold and punchy

Charcoal, orange and yellow are spot on for an autumn wedding, but go subtle with these bold colours. Go for dark grey dresses for ladies, Dahlias in your bouquet or buttonhole, and pop of yellow for a tie or pocket square

Cool breeze

Soft and wintery, these cool colours aren't just for the corporate scene. Go for dark foliage, crisp white hydrangeas and a beautiful silk blue ribbon to complete your blooms. Your beau will look swish in a light grey suit and hint of blue in his button hole. Decorate your table with a dark tablecloth, blue vases and a pop of silver in your place settings. 

Leather and Rose

If casual is more your style, don't be afraid to go brown! Team with black to ground, white to contrast, and blush to soften. This palette is perfect for a picnic wedding, or a venue with big leather couches

Ice cream and summer

Summer is here, so let's celebrate outside. With a blue sky, and green leaves, don't be scared to mix shades of red and pink in your bridal party. These colours will pop as bright ribbons on the back of your guests' chairs and a balloon wall at your reception. Even better - add as many flower crowns and rainbow icy poles as possible. 

Racing to the alter

Have a passion for speed or maybe a favourite team? We can be inspired by their colours without it turning into a footy themed wedding. For embrace this vintage palette, choose navy suits for the blokes, icy blue for the girls, and accent with deep orange paper daisies. 

 

Inspired by the farmhouse

Is it even possible to love these lush, rustic colours any more? You don't have to be getting married in a Southern Highlands estate to adopt this broody scheme, The perfect excuse to choose waistcoats, this hunting green will look oh so dapper factored into a well measured suit. Aubergine looks good on all girls, whether alabaster or sun-kissed. Highlight your feast with timber table centres and champagne roses in vintage style vases

Our pick for bringing it all together

 

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