You already feel it, even if you don’t really know why. How a blue room will make you feel calm, how a bunch of red roses will warm your heart, how a yellow dress makes you cheerful just by putting it on.
That’s because colors are attached to emotions! So if you’re wondering what wedding color themes you’ll choose for your big day, consider how those colors will make you feel as well as how they’ll look.
Here’s what colors mean:
Black - powerful, formal and sophisticated
Go with a black and white wedding or black with a pop of a big, bold color.
White – purity, innocence, sense of space
An all-white wedding is elegant and airy, giving you plenty of room to add in a color accent or metallic for shimmer.
Red – strong emotions, warmth, love
Only the boldest brides can pull off a red wedding without the color overwhelming them. Do you dare?
Blue – calm, serene
This has been a favorite wedding color for ages. Think “something blue!” Which shade of blue is for you?
Green – nature, tranquility, good luck
From leaves to emeralds, green is nature’s way of showing off what it’s got. Show off your style with green alone or paired with other colors.
Yellow - cheerful, warm, attention getting
Like a bright and sunny day, a yellow wedding is cheerful and warm.
Purple - royalty, exotic, wisdom
There was a time when only kings could wear purple. Now, can channel your inner princess and make your purple wedding regal.
Brown – natural, strength, warmth
Brown is the new neutral in weddings. Accent with a rich, creamy white or pull in pops of color for fun.
Orange – energetic, excitement, warmth
Orange is a combo of red and yellow, so an orange wedding gets noticed for its boldness, warmth and energy.
Pink - calming, love, romance
No color is more romantic with pink. Even if it’s the boldest, brightest fuchsia around, your wedding will still be all about love.
Now – tell us what color you’re choosing!