The Best Summer Wedding Colors
When it comes to styling and decorating your wedding, one of the first decisions you are going to need to make is to choose your wedding colors. Summer can sometimes be a bit of a tricky season to pick wedding colors for, especially if you prefer a darker tone ( burgundy, dark brown, navy, etc), but the key to summer wedding colors seems to be finding a balance. In other words, choose a color scheme that will have a solid foundation - like a deep blue or purple - with a pop of something bright - like orange or teal - followed by something light - like pale yellow or sky blue. For summer, it is less about having a specific color that is the best for summer, but having the perfect color balance. If you are planning a summer wedding, then you should take a look at these color schemes that are sure to capture the romance of summer. Colors: Magenta, Beige, Lime, Maroon This is a great color palette for any warm summer night wedding. It has a great base with the maroon that is lighted up by a wedding color basic, beige, and brightened up with the pizzazz of magenta and lime. In this particular color scheme, depending on what tone of lime you choose, the lime also acts as a cool and light color. The overall effect is warm, inviting, with a touch of excitement - a.k.a romantic.
Colors: Succulent Green, Scarlet Red, Lavender The constant for this color scheme is the warm succulent or moss green. The punch of red adds a heavier tone that is warm, powerful, and even passionate, while the lavender adds a sense of whimsy or summer breeze. Colors: Magenta, Antique White, Tangerine, Aqua. We love this color scheme from theknot.com for a seaside summer wedding. The antique white acts as a perfect back drop to the color pops of magenta, tangerine, and aqua. The key with working with this many bright colors is to use them in your wedding accessories as accents (To find great summer and beach themed accessories, follow the link here). For example, as pictured above the table cloth is done in the white versus it being in the bright aqua. This lets each bright color shine and add its flavor without being overwhelming and without competing with one another.
Colors: Mint, Baby Pink, Gold, Fuchsia Instead of having a dark color as your base, try using multiple soft colors like the mint and baby pink to set the stage for your dominant fuchsia. The warm gold adds warmth and really helps bring the colors together, rather than the bright colors just jumping off the page. Plus, glitter and shimmer is always a great for a summer wedding. For more ideas for your summer wedding, check out the following Wedding Collectibles Blogs! How to Deal with Summer Heat on your Wedding Day Summer Wedding Inspiration Boards Destination Hawaii Real Wedding Feature – Melissa & Cameron