Top 10 Wedding Colors For Spring 2014
We can now finally reveal this years top ten wedding colours for Spring 2014 according to The Perfect Palette. Compared to the Pantone colours we have previously named we feel these colours are perfect and more suitable for the world of weddings.
Mint & Blush
Everyone witnessed the popularity of this dazzling duo last season. Mint and blush was seen everywhere. And yes this year we are set to see the same twosome. Just make sure the colours are more washed out rather than dominating brights. If you need more inspiration on mint and blush colours please read on here for past posts (mint weddings and blush pink weddings).
Rose Gold and Glittery Gold
It is not a surprise that rose gold will increase in popularity this season. Elegant and sparkling, no colour will work as well as these two. Again keep these two colours fairly muted and don’t be afraid to use one colour more than the other.
More vibrant than pink and less glaring than red, coral happens to be a fab colour for spring and is extremely flattering on just about every skin tone. Pretty and bright this colour also works well with so many other colour should you wish to add a little something to the palette.
Chosen by Pantone as Colour of the Year, Orchid grabs the attention of both the fashion and wedding world. Used in a wedding the colour can really dominate the room and why not choose to add some actual pink orchids to add a touch of class and give your reception the ultimate wow factor.
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Dusty Blue and Cerulean
This year’s new take on blue, these two shades speak volumes of both elegance and class. Dusty blue will look amazing teamed with ivory and cerulean blue with a hint of bright fuchsia pink.
Another shade of green and a wise choice if you happen to be tired of mint. Try ivory, coral and orchid to compliment this colour and get maximum effects. Succulent bouquets and favours will also give you a great combination of natural grayed jade.
Traditionally yellow is often used for autumnal weddings but why not try a pale pastel shade for spring, think Easter and soft pale tones that really get us feeling sunny and happy. Mix the colour with natural outdoor colours like fresh green and white.