Wedding Color Trends: Color Me Married!

Blush, gray and green are hot wedding colors for your on-trend festivities.
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How Sweet!

Blush is big this year in everything from dresses and linens down to dessert. This pale pink ice cream complements the couple's color choices.  

Seeds of Change

Northern California event designers Going Lovely created blush-colored programs to welcome guests to this wedding.

Rosy Outlook

Pasadena, California-based Skybox Event Productions placed votives near blush-colored rose centerpieces to cast a warm glow. 

Menus to Match

At this reception, styled by Santa Barbara's La Fete Weddings, an intricate, cream-colored plate pops between a blush-colored napkin and tablecloth. 

Grey's Heyday

Once considered drab and lifeless, gray is working its way into weddings for its rustic tones and neutral qualities. For this wedding table, styled by Poppy & Plum Events, grey adds a cool base hue for the flowers and candles. 

Gray Bouquet

Succulents and other gray-toned flowers make this Krista Jon-designed bridal bouquet sexy and subtle. 

Dessert Duty

This dessert table, styled by Los Angeles-based Gather Events, uses a gray tablecloth as a backdrop. Notice how it complements the blush-colored flowers and cake trays.

Made in the Shade

For this outdoor Texas wedding, styled by Bourbon and Bloom, chic gray umbrellas offer some stylish shade.

Beautiful Backdrop

Gray chairs and table runners make a beautiful background for centerpieces of purple flowers created by Southern California floral designers Hidden Garden

Go Green!

There's no such thing as too much green. One of the hottest colors for weddings this year, green is breaking out of the background and adding rich jewel tones to couples' color palettes. These bouquets, created by Krista Jon, show a variety of shades. 

Altar Ego

Styled by Bluebird Productions, gorgeous greenery drapes this altar at an outdoor wedding. 

Center of Attention

Green florals and branches in stair-step square vases make a simple, modern centerpiece at this Houston, Texas wedding. 

Field Trip

The most natural way to work green into a wedding is to head outdoors. Rows of plants and vines—plus rolling hills in the background—make the perfect landscape for a quiet couple shot.