The perfect colours for a spring wedding

The perfect colours for a spring wedding

Ideas for a spring wedding colour palette

The first signs of spring are beginning to show. With flowers blooming and the sun setting later in the day it’s the perfect time to start planning your spring time wedding.

In the beginning of spring, nature is waking up and bursting forth from winter. It is such a joyous time of year that you will find endless inspiration- look to blooming florals and garden parties.

Couples can go vibrant with hues such as mango, aqua green, coral or softer shades such as duck egg blue and lavender.

September to November is the spring wedding season and the perfect time to indulge in spring fever, so here are a few of the latest spring wedding colours for your consideration.

Sage and Dove grey

If you’re a romantic at heart and want to stick to soft, feminine hues then opt for a Sage green and Dove grey colour palette for your wedding.  Silver and gold work well with this colour combination, so it is very versatile.

For the flowers you can use Proteas, Eucalyptus fronds, white roses and peonies.  The bridesmaids will love their complexion enhancing, sage dresses.

Mint and Coral

Mint and Coral

Fresh mint green paired with vibrant coral will add excitement to your beautiful spring time wedding. Bridesmaids will look beautiful in mint green dresses with coral coloured bouquets. For a modern edge decorate tables with jungle-like leaves such as delicious monster. The two colours are a cheerful combination.

Incorporate mint tinted glasses and table ware and continue the theme with mint mojitos and Mango cocktails.

Navy blue, Fuschia and Gold

Navy blue, Fuschia and Gold

Nothing spells out elegant more than Navy blue and Gold, add a pop of Fuschia and you have a glorious colour combination for your wedding.  Use navy blue and white stripped runners on your table and add gold vases filled with bright pink roses and peonies.

For the bridesmaids bouquets add blue and white pinstriped ribbons. Scatter Gold glitter and sequins on the table’s to add more sparkle to the wedding.

By Liesl Silverman

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