Top 5 Fall Wedding Color Combos
Pulled from trending wedding blogs, Pinterest boards, and experience Wedding Collectibles is taking a look at the top Fall Wedding Colors for 2014! Even if you are not having seasonal wedding theme, the seasons influence what wedding colors are going to be the easiest to find accessories in and are going to seem right. Like a floral wedding with spring colored flowers in the middle of winter with snow falling…it just doesn’t fit. So, take a look at these colors that give variety, but also just fit the fall mood!
Starting with the more obvious choice, but definitely a fall wedding favorite we have pumpkin! This color can go with a lot of different styles and doesn’t mean you have to have fall leaves and actual pumpkins at your wedding -though that could be cute! This nice and earthy tone will bring in the warmth that goes with the idea of snuggling under a blanket. A good color to match this with if you want to help yourself avoid the thanksgiving dinner feel is navy.
Who doesn’t like a good eggplant? This fall wedding color combo is perfect for those bohemian, hipster, shabby chic weddings. This color combo and style also works better for someone who wants to have more flowers at their wedding.
3) Peach and Magenta
This color palette is less of being two colors, and meant to be more that it starts with peach and melds into other rosy colors into the dark magenta, giving you a nice color range. This is a great color combo for the fall because it can mimic a bundle of mixed berries. You can have your bridesmaids in the different colors and even serve things like blueberry pie!J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only streaming
4) Emerald and Pewter
Photo: Letter Impressed, “Fall Wedding Color Combinations” By Ajalon
Emerald is another great color choice for fall and is becoming increasingly popular. Paired with a pewter or warm gray will help that emerald stand out and give your wedding and simple, elegant look.
5) Dusty Blue and Cranberry Red
The final color palette in our top 5 is not necessarily in last place. This mixture of dark and light, warm and cool, creates a supremely elegant wedding look. It works well with the various wedding style favorites, but will always create a look of sophistication.