8 Eye-Catching Wedding Color Palettes

Whether your style is fun & flirty or old-world glam, these 8 color-combos are guaranteed to give you all of the inspo needed to plan your big day. 

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Whimsical Wonderland

Shades of blush and orchid purple dazzle alongside pale teal and candy apple red to produce a whimsical, storybook wedding. 

Dress Blues + Blush

The bride is simply ethereal in the palest shade of blush, complimented flawlessly by her groom's deep-navy suit (and sweet, sweet smooch)!

Cascading Color

A wooden arbor is dressed to impress with flowing, blue-green branches of eucalyptus and expertly spaced orchid colored blooms. Sheaths of white fabric and a pair of particularly dashing pooches make the scene one not to be forgotten. 

Poppy Posies

The bridal bouquet of faded teal eucalyptus leaves, orchid purple blooms and candy-apple hypericum berries makes a romantic statement against the vintage damask armchair. 

Buttercream in Blush

Delicate lace linens, winding branches of eucalyptus and a measured pop of punchy red blooms serve as backdrop for a pair of blush buttercream cakes.

Southwestern Soiree

Wedding and Event stylist, Katie Kalafat uses lively pops of magenta, regal raisin paired with coral and touch of faded demin blue to create a southwestern wedding that wows. Design: First Comes Love Events

Bright Blooms + Desert Touch

The bridal bouquet of wispy foliage is enlivened by swirls of rich pink and coral-colored roses and made interesting by the desert's native succulent. Design: First Comes Love Events

Glitter in Gold

The bride glows in embellished gold against a desert mural backdrop that features sun-faded blue and white stripes. Design: First Comes Love Events

Table for Two

A pair of industrial white chairs with faded fuchsia pillows nestle neatly into a matching, modern sweetheart table. The voluptuous arrangement of green leaves, succulents and vibrant posies bring some serious romance in an otherwise ultra-eclectic reception space. Design: First Comes Love Events

Agate Accessories

Fifty shades of fuchsia and gilded in gold? Yes, please! Slices of pink agate with gold calligraphy serve guests with a dose southwestern flavor before they even think to peek at the evening's menu. Design: First Comes Love Events

Saturated Stemware

A color-blocked fuchsia goblet is grouped with a coral wineglass and a traditional crystal glass, creating an eclectic and elegant trio to elevate guests' sipping and swigging experience all night long. Design: First Comes Love Events

Bohemian Bash

Atlanta floral and event designer Lindsay Coletta, photographer Heidi Geldhauser and stylist Mandy Kellogg Rye  use trendy fuchsia and peach tones, tied together by vivid lemon-grass and platinum to outfit a luxe bohemian wedding that we can’t stop lusting after.

Frame of Foliage

The bride's beauty is effortless in a beaded, platinum gown beneath an arch of woven foliage and ivory blossoms. 

Fur + Floral

What would a boho wedding be without flowers galore? These furry guests improvised, dressing up with with a fresh floral necklace made up of peach blooms and lemon-grass foliage. Design: Our Labor of Love

Invite Delight

Turquoise beads and tassles are an unexpected (and funky) frame for a set of ultra-elegant magenta and gold invitations. Design: Our Labor of Love

Glamorous By Nature

Glossy copper cutlery, bold magenta blooms and agate details look glamorous against the wooden reception table. Beneath it, a spotted hide and textured pillow add to the natural and earthy table setting. Design: Our Labor of Love

Festive Fruit

An inviting tower of lemon-grass green and purple grapes sits behind a flirty magenta bloom, placed in a crystal goblet. A lanky candle stick stands solitaire behind them, adding a touch of romance to this bohemian banquet. See more of this glamourous outdoor affair >>

Seaside Ceremony

The deep blue ocean is coupled with shades of sea glass white, pale mint, fern and lush evergreen to create an ultra-elegant locale for a sophisticated beach wedding, styled by Katie Kalafat. Design: First Comes Love Events

Take a Seat

A collection of white seating appears organic, nestled into the sand for a cliffside ceremony. The navy waters highlight the varied, eclectic design of each chair, with driftwood and cream-colored flowers lining the aisle. Design: First Comes Love Events

Creamy Blooms + Lush Greenery

This beachside bouquet is abundant with creamy peonies, minty foliage, glossy evergreen leaves. Prickly grey thistles and light brown scabiosa pods offer added depth and texture. Design: First Comes Love Events

Airy Aesthetic

A rustic wood table showcases the reception's shiny white tableware and classic, crystal stemware. Hints of fern and soft white petals spill onto the table from the overflowing arrangement at the center of the table. Design: First Comes Love Events

Intimate + Elegant

An aerial shot best captures the striking floral centerpiece for this reception table, poised for intimate conversations between six guests. Design: First Comes Love Events

(Mis)Match Made in Heaven

The deep evergreen, along with fern and pale mint work with creamy white in creating a luxurious table arrangement atop the rustic, vintage table. The theme of eclectic elegance continues with mismatched and white-washed tucked in to the reception table. See more of this ultra-elegant seaside affair >>

Autumn Al Fresco

Cheery marigold and soft mauve blooms pair with moody blackberry accents throughout. The hues complement the wealth of rich emerald and sage greenery of the event, and create an autumn, al fresco affair that's as memorable as it is breathtaking. 

Simple Cedar + Eucalyptus Altar

Cedar branches support dangling, sage green eucalyptus, creating a naturally beautiful backdrop for the bride and groom to exchange their vows. 

Autumn-Inspired Boutonniere

The groom's sage green boutonniere looks playful against a handsome, gray herringbone jacket. A rich teal, satin pocket square and gold tie clip add an extra dose of style to his overall look. 

Married with Mauve + Marigold

The muted mauve and marigold blooms in the bridal bouquet fit effortlessly against the surrounding trees' vibrant and varied colors.

Effortless Accents

The use of white candles, eucalyptus and gold accents created a simple, yet beautiful, tablescape that only further enhanced the natural beauty of this outdoor venue. 

Dessert on Display

With dainty blackberry and greenery details, this dessert table is as pretty as they come! We love how the couple incorporated their wedding hues into their spread of southern treats. The assortment of pies and donuts were glazed in a buttery marigold and a sweet and sleek mauve pink. 

Art Deco Affair

Gleaming foiled and glitter gold, hints of pearl white, onyx black are all that’s needed to throw a roaring great (Gatsby-inspired) time for your wedding guests.

Geometric Gems

One thing the Art Deco era did well?  Full on, in-your-face—glamour. The intricate, beaded bridal gown accessorized with deco-inspired diamond bracelets make for a stunning nod to the era of glam.

Short + Sassy

Flappers went down in history for their rebellious, short hemlines. We admire their desire to break barriers to show off their gorgeous gams. This gilded mini dress is a show-stopping, art deco inspired way to break the norm of today’s popular floor-length bridesmaid's frocks.

Snacks in Suits

Tuxedos are the timeless mark of 1920’s swagger for men. The groom and his groomsmen will appear devastatingly handsome donning classic tuxes for the day’s events. We love how that handsome look was carried over into the reception via devastatingly delicious finger food.  

Sweet Sparkles

Presented on a vintage, gold-rimmed cake stand, this insanely gorgeous white and silver Art Deco-inspired cake looks as if it was made for Gloria Swanson herself.

Shimmery Swivels

Nothing spells out “celebration” like flutes upon flutes (upon flutes) of champagne. The glimmering gold swivel stick ups the ante for glam because sometimes, more is more. 

Gilded Tiers

The creamy white tiers are adorned with cascading white blooms and layers of glitzy gold leaf. The final result? A cake that's almost too pretty to eat. Almost. 

A Grand + Glitzy Exit

There's always a lot of emphasis put on having a grand entrance, but we think there’s something to be said for coordinating an unforgettable departure. These sparklers are pretty, wrapped in golden ribbon. Even prettier? The way they light up the sky for a sparkly send-off of the happy couple. 

Farm to Table Fête

Vibrant liberty red, sugary grey, blueberry and moody, mysterious red delicious hues work in tandem to style a farm-to-table wedding that is ripe with romance. 

Berries in Bloom

The bride appears to be glowing from within, holding a free-flowing bouquet of playful eucalyptus and glossy berries surrounding a ripe, red apple. 

Play on Plaid

The stylish groom wears a playful navy plaid suit with a vivid, liberty red boutonniere and refined brown bowtie. 

Garlanded Guest

An onlooking pony is made handsome, draped in a free-flowing foliage and rich red berries for the event.

Married With Berries

The golden wedding bands look striking, staged with red berries against the texture of an aged, mossy log. 

A Taste of Lace

Delicate, ivory lace detail serves as an understated traditional touch on an otherwise bold, beautiful and bright red wedding cake

Vintage Carnival + Vows

Bold cherry red, cotton candy blue and butter yellow make for a pretty primary palette, sure to draw a crowd for a vintage, carnival-style wedding. 

Fairground Inspiration

Even if you can't rent a real-life ferris wheel for your reception, you can still glean plenty of inspiration from the fairground's vintage hues.

Ah, That's the Ticket

This vintage drink menu is an all-access pass for fun for all ages. (Over the age of twenty-one, that is.)

Love is in the Air

Rustic, romantic and thoroughly whimsical, these balloons make for pretty props for a day-of shoot against the turning colors of the autumn trees. The coral and seafoam streamers add texture and personality to the balloons for an added touch of flair in the air. 

Step Right Up!

A cherry red, white and butter yellow pennant banner leads the way, to an ultra-welcoming kissing booth for this wedding reception.

Snacks to Amaze

The cotton candy station looks extra sweet in bright cherry, yellow and blue stripes. The popcorn station is dressed to the nines with buttery buckets of fresh-popped pickings. These classic, carnival crowd-pleasers have never looked better! (Or tastier, for that matter.)

Fun + Games

It's all fun and games, once you've found yourself an old ball and chain! Hints of cherry red and cotton candy blue are paired with vintage script for game signage reminiscent of the fairgrounds. 

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