Wedding colors set the tone for your entire wedding. From save the dates to reception details, choosing your wedding colors early on is really important. Nick and I are pretty much on the same page when it comes to the colors we gravitate towards, so choosing wedding colors was a relatively easy process for us. For today’s Wedding Wednesday post, I wanted to share our wedding colors and how we went about choosing them!
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our wedding colors
When we started discussing wedding colors, it was important to us to choose colors that really represented us as a couple. We took into consideration our venue, the time of year, and the aesthetic and “feel” we wanted our wedding to have. After deciding on the colors, we’re both very pleased with how they are beginning to fit into our wedding day vision. Below are our colors:
- Stormy Weather: I was immediately sold on the Pantone color “Stormy Weather.” It’s a gorgeous blue-grey tone that is a timeless classic. We have this color throughout our house (and blue is each of our favorite colors) so it seemed fitting. Since our wedding is in the fall, we thought this hue would be a great main color.
- Romantic Green: As I was scouring wedding websites looking for inspiration, I found that I was drawn to weddings that had a lot of greenery, whether it was in the bride’s bouquet or used as centerpieces throughout the reception. This dark green hue will be mainly used with our flowers and as accents on tables, etc.
- Shadow Grey: As a neutral lover, our wedding day wouldn’t be complete without a touch of grey. I plan on incorporating this with ribbon on bouquets.
- Hints of Silver/Gold: Mercury glass is a great way to incorporate silver and gold tones without it *screaming* silver and gold! Mercury glass can be used for candle holders, votive glasses, photo frames, and vases for flowers. It will add a romantic touch to the evening.
Below are swatches of our colors & a wedding inspiration board that I put together. Seeing both of these allows me to stay focused and make decor decisions that align with the aesthetic that we’re going for on our wedding day!