The appeal of a spring wedding is arguably noticeable. This lovely season is strewn with warm breeze, fresh air and blooming flowers, nicely lending a sense of revival to your fantasy wedding day! Can’t wait to have a most romantic spring wedding? Go through these following 8 spring color palettes to inspire your wedding planning!
Rose gold is basically one of the trendiest colors that stand the test of time, especially for those brides who love sparkles and some metallic touches. Try to add a slight change to incorporate vitality of nature by adding some shades of green.
2. Plum and Lavender
This color combination is all purple, purple and more purple. But it adds in a few showy accents of richness and sophistication to make for a perfect balance during such everything neutral season.
If you are longing for a different wedding, try lavender and plum wedding colors.
This color combo is one of extraordinarywedding colors for spring and summer, especially perfect for nifty bride-to-be. Scroll down, get inspired and enjoy these fabulous beach wedding ideas!
4. Yellow and Gray
We love yellow, a color which was considered an underused color in weddings. Afraid it will be too bright? Never mind, just a little amount of gray and you will find that it’s actually a really easy color to work with!
5. Navy blue and Coral
Though navy blue is typically associated with fall and winter months, for example, a metallic and vintage wedding, it really opens a new path when combined with coral, the 2019 Pantone color. It seems more feminine than pink.
6. Sage green, Beige and Ivory
Neutrals and earth toned colors always get me thinking about elegant and tasteful rustic wedding! That does not mean to get everything neutral, organic sage green can help to add excitement and interest to the traditional ivory and beige colors, elevating a crisper feel.
7. Fuchsia, Gold and White
Fuchsia is one of our favorite wedding colors, and borrows this combination for your own special day!
8. Mauve and Gray
Mauve is a stunning, muted shade of light purple. Not too bold, not too pink, not too purple, this subtle hue is making its way into more and more wedding palettes. Pair with other soft tones such as gray and white to really make this pretty tint shine in your spring wedding.