Springtime is the prettiest – especially when all the deep jeweled tones of autumn and winter transform into a pastel palette for the new season.
If you’re gearing up to plan a spring wedding, choosing the perfect color palette takes a few things into consideration. First, your colors can complement or contrast from the venue space – there are so many gorgeous destinations around Pittsburgh to hold your wedding ceremony or reception! If you’re looking for something rustic or country chic, The White Barn is a fabulous choice and sets you up with that perfect outdoor choice and rustic barn for the reception party.
Need some color inspiration for a spring (or even early summer wedding)? Here are some stunning color combinations to consider:
Blooming – Reminiscent of a spring bouquet, color combinations of peach, plumeria and tangerine offer a vibrant array of both bright and warm tones. If you want to get a little bold with your color choice, bright jeweled colors are easily balanced with neutral tones of sugar and cream-colored whites. This colorful palette also pairs well with any style of wedding, whether it’s rustic, bohemian or classic!
Sophisticated – If you love softer, muted tones but feel like you need that pop of color, then pairing an azalea or other bright hue with neutrals or sea foam colors looks exceptionally pretty. Monochromatic tones are also extra sophisticated and give your wedding style an elegant aesthetic. Consider pairing teal, gray and soft shades of blue together for a soothing color palette.
Preppy – Classic color combinations are always perfect when you want something elegant and romantic! Some of the most popular color options include navy as a focus tone, complemented with hints of blush pink or peach, as well as deep green and white. If you’re planning a garden or outdoor wedding in Pittsburgh, these color options are gorgeous and timeless!
Nature – If outdoor weddings are your thing, or if you just love a soothing and natural palette, you’re in luck! Classic ivory pairs well with other soft colors – stone gray, sage green and even hints of lemongrass all come together to create an organic and chic look for a bride who prefers things a bit more clean and fresh.
If you’re still undecided about where to hold your wedding so that you can plan for your spring wedding colors, contact me for some ideas – there are so many options for all brides in and around the Pittsburgh area!