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Wedding Colour Trends 2019

Wedding Colour Trends 2019

When it comes to stand out colours and colour trends in 2019 there is certainly no shortage of choice.  No matter what your personal style there’s bound to be a colour that suits the vision you have for you big day.

We’re always helped a little believe it or not by interiors and more obviously by those colours we see at the latest catwalk show.

So let’s start with the most popular thanks to the announcement of Pantone Colour of the Year 2019… Living Coral.

Living Coral

Pantone Colour of the Year… this bright colour is great for impact.  It also blends really well with other shades of the same for a beautiful, classy effect.  Alternatively mix with golds and white for contrast to your wedding style.

Living Coral

Silver Sage

This subtle pastel green is a great alternative to the neutral cream and beige colours we’re currently seeing.  Extremely elegant and great for a classic style wedding or relaxed boho affair.

Mustard/Sunshine Yellow

Any shade of yellow is always warm and inviting.  These vibrant shades are more akin to a Summer wedding but could easily brighten the mood any time of year.

Dusty Rose

A classic colour perfect for a romantic style wedding.  Muted and sophisticated this colour is perfect no matter what the season. Greta paired with silver or gold or for a more subtle contrast why to rose gold or grey? Dusty pink also looks great with Navy blue when looking for your groom’s perfect colour combination.

Silver/Blue

A slight spin off last years denims, silver is a stunning classic. Whether you opt for metallic, silk/satin or matte it really has a presence.  Totally elegant with great impact this colour would make a great alternative to a classic black tie style wedding or a classic white for that matter.

Silver Wedding

Green

This emerald style green is beautifully rich in tone.  Combine with gold for a real regal look or choose wood accessories for a more natural earthy feel.  Bouquets are also perfect made up entirely of greenery for a more imposing effect and not to neutralise this fabulous colour.

Green Wedding

Lilac

Subtle, girly and great with gold this could be the new colour for the Summer! Soft tones of lavender make lilac great in a bouquet and mixes lovely with greenery for the perfect loosely hand tied style.

Lilac Wedding

To see more inspiration for your big day or more ideas to incorporate these amazing shades visit our Pinterest boards

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