From chic to swanky to bright and airy, you can find a color combination for any Summer wedding with these eight color palettes.
Silver, Ivory, Orange, Gray
Sleek, cool silver combines with ivory and gray to create a muted neutral palette. Add to this a sweet melon orange and you have a dreamy summer sunset vibe. This sophisticated palette is perfect for a romantic, industrial-style wedding in an airy loft.
Sage Green, Gold, White, Mauve
Chic and sophisticated, sage green continues to be a wedding favorite. White and mauve tones combine with the green to create a fresh, slightly feminine look, and gold adds a modern touch. This combination works beautifully in an open, airy venue.
Orchid, Hunter Green, White
This soft, romantic shade of pinkish purple works well with almost any other color. Combine it with deep hunter green and white, and you have a gorgeous palette that can work equally well in casual and formal weddings.
Rose, Gray, Burgundy, Orange, Pale Peach
Rich, romantic mauve rose is a vintage jewel tone and combines beautifully with burgundy and peach to create an elegant, feminine look. Metallic gray adds a punch and helps create this dazzling, slightly moody palette.
Plum, Violet, Orchid, Lavender
Purples of every shade are hot for weddings this Summer, and are forecast to be popular for years to come. This stunning, monochromatic palette is full of depth and richness, with plum, purple, violet and soft lavender intertwining in the most romantic way.
Blue, Red, Pink
Royal blue is back in style this year, and combines beautifully with red and pink to create a bright, harmonious palette. This approachable combination is perfect for creating the handmade look and feel of a bohemian Summer wedding.
Lime Green, Beige, Peach, Brown
Think of beaches and palm trees, and you have this palette: subdued peach and neutral tones combine with pops of lime green to create a bright, cheery feeling. Sophisticated and fun, this is a perfect combination for a casual outdoor wedding.
Brown, Rose, Blue-grey
This warm, caramel-brown tone is everywhere in the fashion world these days. Add a creamy rose and dusty light blue, and you have a soothing, comforting palette that would look wonderful in a wedding merging vintage and modern.