If you read any design blogs, or if you’ve set foot in a decor store in the last year or so, you know that the combination of yellow and gray could not be hotter right now. We’ve spotted this color …
Eye-Catching Wedding Color Combos – Fall/Winter 2010
There are lots of fall and winter weddings coming up, and choosing your wedding color scheme is one of the first choices you make. Nowhere is it written that fall weddings must include ochre autumn leaf tones, and winter weddings don’t need to be awash in Christmas red. Here are some fresh wedding color combinations that would make for some lovely weddings in the upcoming chilly seasons.
Pink and Gray
We’ve already voiced our love for yellow and gray this summer, and this is another combination that is both whimsical and elegant. Whether it’s pale pink contrasting with charcoal gray, or fuchsia adding some punch to pale dove gray, this combination has endless possibilities. Think about powder pink flowers, gunmetal gray suits, silver accents… the list goes on. Neutral gray tones keep the pink from becoming too bubble-gum sweet, creating a perfect balance that can be both masculine and feminine.
For more pink and gray eye candy, check out this hot pink, slate gray and black inspiration board from The Perfect Palette, or these inspirational images from Weddings by Color.
Green and Brown
This earthy combination creates such a relaxing atmosphere for your guests. From olive green to evergreen and deep chocolate to taupe, this is a hard color duo to get wrong.
Pink and Copper
We promise we don’t have that much of a thing for pink (well, except for our fabulous logo), but this is another winning color combination featuring the rosy hue. Copper is such a rich, warm color for the fall and winter months. It can work for rustic or black tie affairs, and it’s more unexpected than gold.
Navy and Ivory
Stark white paired with sky blue has long been a favorite for winter weddings. Think of this combo as its more subtle, jewel-toned cousin.
The combination of midnight blue and creamy ivory is timeless and striking. With another accent color like sage green, the aforementioned copper, or yet again, pink, this can be a winning wedding color pairing.
What do you think of these color combinations? Will any of our Zankyou couples be using them this year?