Once summer winds down and fall is in full bloom wedding color trends tend to go from light and bright shades of cooler colors to rich, warm tints. We’ve riffled through this most popular color combinations of this wedding season and have discovered which blends are the hottest for fall! Below you will learn three very trendy, yet very different ways to go.
Cranberry, Black & Copper
This deep and elegant color combination is most fitting for a very formal affair that is set in a lavish venue, such as stunning chapel or five-star hotel. The rich cranberry color matched with a very sophisticated blend of black and copper screams over-the-top glamour! This extravagant color combination deserves to be balanced out with a variety of grandiose elements. Complete the gorgeous look with massive centerpieces filled with overflowing flower arrangements. We suggest beautiful burgundy carnations or beautifully layered dahlias.
Our Elegant Pick:
Green, Brown & Orange
Earthy tones are very big for this fall wedding season. Mixing a variety of green shades with touches of brown and even a bit of orange will automatically put off a laid-back and easygoing vibe. This color combination is best suited for an outdoor wedding- you might as well allow the great outdoors to contribute to your earthy color palette. Incorporating sustainable tips, like using recycled paper or wearing your mother’s wedding gown will subtly add to your eco-friendly theme.
Our Earthy Pick:
Red, Orange & Cream
Last, but not least we have the coziest color combination of them all. Combining warm red and orange tones with slight touches of cream is perfect for the bride who desires a relatively small, homey style wedding. It makes the most sense to throw this type of wedding at a home or perhaps even inside a barn. These rich red and orange hues don’t solely need to be seen in the wedding décor but can also be seen in the food being served. Treat your guests to a hearty chili dish and/or delicious sweet potatoes. Instead of the traditional wedding cake, end the evening by slicing into a homemade pumpkin pie. Our Rustic Pick: