December, 13, 2015

Four Unexpected Fall Wedding Color Palettes

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If you’re planning a fall wedding, you might feel like you’re hitting a wall with décor ideas‚ coppers, browns, greens and oranges seem to take over, don’t they? Not to worry, though: We’re here with a four great alternative fall wedding color combinations that are fresh and popular for fall.

Mint, Silver, and Royal Purple

This transitional color palette incorporates the fresh colors of spring and summer, but in a more subdued way that is appropriate for fall. Choose a burnt red color for the table linens, as a base color, then accent it with mint green napkins, silver charger plated, and purple flowers.

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Rose, Taupe, and Slate Gray

For an elegant look, drape dark wooden tables with thick, crisp white runners, and on top of those, layer a textured, wheat-colored runner. This creates a unique look that already looks great, and it only gets better‚ accent the runners with dark, slate gray napkins, and use baby pink bouquets to tie the look together. It’s a sophisticated and unexpected look for fall weddings.

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Aqua, Ivory, Maroon, Chocolate Brown, and Light Pink

For this theme, it’ s all about moderation. These colors may not seem like they would play off each other well, but in reality, they look perfectly elegant. Choose brown chairs, and top them with an aqua chair cover, then use chocolate brown table linens to complement the chairs. Layer ivory table runners, and use maroon napkins. Finally, put carnation pink bouquets as the centerpieces.

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Jewel Tones: Gold, Emerald, Amethyst, and Ruby

If you want to use fall tones but don’t want your wedding to look like a forest of changing-color leaves, jewel tones are your friend. Use dark purple tablecloths, silver chairs with emerald chair ties, gold napkins, and dark red flower arrangements.

Let us know about your favorite color combinations in the comments!