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Fall is right around the corner! If you’ve been looking for an extraordinary color scheme for your wedding, we’re here with four great alternative fall wedding color combinations that are fresh and popular for the season.
Marigold Yellow and Cadet Blue
With a yellow as warm as the sun and a blue that’s reminiscent of the sea, this transitional color palette incorporates summer colors but in a more muted and subdued way that is appropriate for fall. Pair these colors with subtle nods of white and hints of darker earth tones to create the perfect fall color palette for your wedding.
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Chartreuse, Teal, and Violet
Bold colors are trending this year, so why not incorporate them into your wedding? For an eye-catching look, drape your tables with a fun patterned linen and a textured purple napkin. This creates a unique look that already looks great, but only gets better. For an added layer of detail, include a neutral colored chargers. Accent the colors with gold utensils and light greenery, then use colored glasses to tie the look together. To balance the use of bolder patterns, use alternating solid-colored tablecloths, which will create a cohesive fall wedding look that’s sophisticated and unexpected.
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Lilac, White Gold, and Black
This color combination is a minimalist’s dream for a fall wedding. Starting with a black tablecloth, incorporate lilac and white throughout your place setting. Finally, include subtle accents of a lighter gold throughout the utensils, and other table decor to compliment the other colors. If you’re looking for a simple yet elegant color scheme for your fall wedding, this is the right theme for you.
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If you want to revamp traditional fall colors, jewel tones are your friend. Use velvet tablecloths and napkins that complement each other and give off a jeweled look. Accent these colors by adding gold and shiny tones throughout the plates, utensils, and other table decorations. Mix neutrals with other jewel tones throughout the floral arrangements to tie the entire look together. To make this color palette even more meaningful, use the colors of the couple’s birthstones as the main colors for your wedding.
Happy Wedding Planning!
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