Nowadays, modern brides aren't reluctant anymore to hold their most special day in the middle of winter, so here we present five color palettes for an unforgettable celebration in a winter setting. Take a look at the slideshow below to get inspired right away!
Winter Wedding Inspirations
"Winter, a lingering season, is a time to gather golden moments, embark upon a sentimental journey, and enjoy every idle hour." - John Boswell
Shades of Ultra Violet
Before 2018 ends, let’s not forget that Pantone has chosen Ultra Violet as color of the year and throughout the year we have seen so many mesmerizing celebrations incorporating this bluish purple. Of course, there is an implicit meaning behind the selection of Ultra Violet that turns to be a symbol of hope and optimism. How about you? Don't you also want to feature Ultra Violet at your once-in-a-lifetime celebration?
Champagne and Burgundy
Time to be bold at your most special day. The combination of burgundy and champagne will give the right amount of elegance on your wedding. Just like any other year-end celebration that is filled with glamour, your wedding celebration would look impressive if accented with shimmering color, such as champagne. However, avoid going overboard by adding softer color, such as rose pink that will complement burgundy and also, gray and black as hints of monochromatic elements which are very popular lately.
Blue Hues and Earthy Tones
Just like the frosted snow against the blue skies, the presence of blue hues on your winter wedding would just emphasize the season’s signature when it executes well. Look at the invitation suite that is designed in watercolor, don’t you think it resembles the real wintery scenery? Moving on to the table runner and the wedding dress, see what’s so iconic about them? Yes, somehow the dot-patterned detail looks like a fresh snowfall. Make sure to focus on the little details as it could create an entirely different feeling.
Emerald Green and Plaids
Featuring an emerald green will give the same elegance just like the previous color palettes. Plaid pattern is commonly identified as winter’s uniform, so there’s nothing wrong if you want to incorporate plaid in some of the clothing attires, such as your flower girl’s dress, groomsmen’s bow ties and pocket squares, and even the groom himself! Remember, some types of fabric could accentuate the wintery atmosphere, such as velvet table runner that has been favored by many brides. Try to explore festive elements that are often featured at Christmas tree for a more standout winter wedding.
The All-time Classics
Our last color palette is so cliché, but it never failed to reflect a joyful winter wedding. Express your happiness through this combination of green and red at your wedding. Adding a dash of pink and gold would provide a soft romantic nuance in an instant.