Keeping up with colour trends can be quite a task. The possibilities are endless when it comes to shades, tones and complimenting colours.
If you are stuck for a little bit of inspiration, check out our predicted wedding colour trends for 2019.
On the 19th May 2018, Meghan Markle had all eyes on her as she walked the long aisle of St Georges Chapel in Windsor Castle. A simple palette of white and green surrounded the ceremony, offering purity and elegance.
Looking at the professional photos from that day, it’s not hard to see why green has become THE colour for 2019 weddings.
The beautiful thing about this simple colour combination is that it can be complimented with so many other shades, helping you create your own version of this gorgeous choice.
If you want the rustic effect, wooden accessories look great as a background, allowing you to bring the outdoors in with twigs, tree stumps and rustic crates as part of your décor.
Add glamour with flashes of sparkle and gold, whether it’s part of centre pieces or in the bridesmaid dresses. The perfect way to add an extra feminine touch.
If you wanted to add more colour, pastel shades would be idyllic. Blush and lemon offers a refreshing splash, keeping it simple but effective.
The amazing thing about nature is that colours can come together offering the most glorious effect.
You can mix all sorts of tropical colours from vibrant pinks to stunning oranges, deep greens to striking blues.
These colours can brighten any space, giving your wedding theme that extra excitement and drama.
If you are a bit of a traveller, it’s also a great way to incorporate a touch of the wanderlust feel, promoting the beautiful colours of your travels and the natural sunsets that you have enjoyed.
Purple is one of those colours which never goes out of style. Its various shades may edge in and out of popularity, but the colours itself stays a firm favourite in our brides and groom’s eyes.
This year we have seen an increase in our couples choosing a single colour theme, violet weddings being one of them. Moving into 2019 however, we can see a trend towards various shades of a single colour being more popular.
Keep an eye for a mix of violets, lilacs, magentas, heather and grape, to really add depth into floral arrangements and wedding décor.
Blue and blush together can offer various effects, depending on the shades you use.
If you decide on paler shades, this look is so subtle and adds an angelic charm to your wedding.
These shades can sweep across your invites, flowers, table centre pieces and bridesmaid dresses, creating a world of calm.
Other pastel shades can be incorporated into the theme but keeping it to just two shades can be truly stunning.
Taking your blue to a navy, helps add a pop of colour to your day, offering the blush a contrasting colour to stand out against.
Navy bridesmaid dresses allow you to keep your wedding accessories and décor simple and delicate, yet still maintaining that element of opulence, glamour and sophistication.
Edging back towards the more natural shades, using the muted colours of the forest offers a look of moodiness and mystery, especially for the Autumn months.
This colour theme takes elements from each of the top colour trends from 2018 and creates one stunning theme.
Muting the tropical colours, adding a touch of blush, complimenting with whites and offering a backdrop of a rich deep green creates the look and feel of woodland colours and is nothing short of stunning.
Call our team on 01394 385 678 or email email@example.com to talk through ideas for your wedding colours and wedding themes, giving you that little bit of extra inspiration, making your day perfect.