Seasons of Love: Winter Wedding Color Palettes

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A winter wedding color palette easily gravitates toward seasonal hues. Winter and Christmas are often synonymous when it comes to themes, aesthetics and planning when tying the knot in the chilly months. Fortunately for all the winter brides out there, a winter color palette goes far beyond the illustrious red and green.  Your wedding colors will determine many things when it comes to planning; wedding and reception decor, bridesmaid dresses and oftentimes establishes your overall theme.The key thing to remember is to pick a color scheme that speaks to you but will pop against the winter backdrop and cold weather. 

Navy and Gold 

These colors are timeless and elegant and a step above basic. Navy and gold offer a beautiful balance between warm and cool hues.  Navy is a classic wedding color because of the way it pops against the bride’s white gown…up the ante with some gold accents to add brightness to your color scheme. Incorporating gilded accents in your table settings, decor and accessories will tie in both classic and modern. Swapping in burgundy, evergreen or even a plum purple hue will offer the same effect.  Any deep jewel-toned colors against gold will give off a moody yet regal vibe to contrast with your snowy backdrop.

Black, White and Rose Gold 

A black and white wedding is timeless, sophisticated and classy, adding rose gold to the mix will spice up the traditional hues by offering some sparkle and romance.  Rose gold accents look beautiful against icy whites for some winter glam, but will also pop against the black so it won’t go unnoticed.  Adding rose gold throughout your accessories, bridesmaid dresses, floral accents and table settings will offer a touch of glamor and warmth for those frosty winter nights.  Rose gold is the perfect shimmer needed to add a  modern touch to your classic color scheme.

Cornflower and Blush 

Cornflower blue has an icy quality that adds a touch of sophistication and elegance to any event.  Dusty blues resonate with a winter wonderland in ways that no other color can, couple it with some blush hues to help marry the cool and warm tones in your florals and tablescapes. Cornflower blue and blush hues will help you achieve an aesthetic that is soft and romantic, perfect for a cozy yet refined vibe.

Teal, Gold and Dusty Rose 

We must admit this color combination is unexpected and perhaps not everyone’s cup of tea, but the look that can be achieved when done correctly can give off a vintage vibe. This palette can definitely work for an artsy or bohemian type wedding, but it doesn’t stop there. This sweet combo is a frosty version of some of our favorite spring and summer colors and we love how these darker shades can really bring a bit of winter romance to the event. Tying in some rose gold with this gorgeous palette can help bring the shimmer and shine that winter weddings crave. The sparkle of rose gold will elevate the color palette to make it an unforgettable event. 

Red and Gray 

Red is a go to for winter weddings, but may we suggest pairing it with soft and subtle grays to switch it up a bit.  It is common to marry red and green at any time in December and even January, but detach red from the holiday by incorporating a diverse hue. We love the mix of seasonal and modern and subtle and drastic in a red and gray combo.  This color palette gives a regal feel and would work perfectly in a castle setting against a snowy backdrop.  Just imagine how chic that red will look. 

There is something so magical about an off season wedding, and the wonderful thing about winter wonderland inspired nuptials is that the color palettes are endless. While we adore the holly jolly feel of red and green, it is nice to know you are not limited to them. Lean into the ice and snow, the notion of warm and cozy or take the holiday and run with it; whatever you decide choose a color palette that speaks to you and signifies the vibe and look you desire.

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