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Selecting your wedding colors is a most important and special part of your wedding planning.

As each season comes, there are color trends that evolve as favorites for that particular time of the year and colors that seem to follow through whatever the season.Read more here!

Color themes are based on a number of factors including the couple’s preferences, of course, and also the time of year the wedding will take place, whether the wedding is formal or casual, and if it will be indoors or outdoors all play a part in the color choices you make.

When selecting your colors I think two are enough, but worked properly together you can do three very nicely.

The exception is the rainbow theme which is just a delight and lovely to see; it’s becoming much more popular lately.

With all those things in mind here are some ideas and suggestions that may help you as you choose your wedding colors:

  1. Invitations

Starting with your wedding invitations and the other stationery you’ll need, make sure your chosen colors are reflected in each item.

That is not to say you must have everything in just your colors or color, and you may want to use a complementary color along with them as too much isn’t a good thing either.

  1. Wedding Venue and Reception

Often the venue you choose will help dictate the colors you select as you don’t want to clash with painted walls or carpets and the like.

Your reception should be a great place to use your wedding colors for things such as name card holders, table runners and napkins.

If your location clashes with your colors an easy way to fix that is to get some inexpensive cloth and cover the walls, tables, and whatever else clashes. You can use part of you color palette or use one with goes with everything.

  1. Centerpieces

When planning your centerpieces you have great chances to really highlight your wedding color palette.

This can be in the form of candles, flowers, vases or containers, fruit, cloths, paint
and… well, use your imagination!

There are many places on the Internet where you can get ideas, as well as looking in bridal books and magazine for even more help.

  1. Flowers

A florist and bride working together for the just right flowers is most important. You need to feel the florist is working to make what you desire his priority.

You will want to work closely with your florist to get your flowers in season and in your color theme.

In season flowers will be less expensive so take time to see what’s available with the colors you wish to use to help keep within your flower budget.

  1. Wedding Cake

The all-important wedding cake is one of the focal points at your reception and your colors can be beautifully used on your cake by a good baker.

It is important that you ask the baker to see pictures of his work and for references before you book him to do the cake.

  1. Wedding Attire

Adding a bit of your color to your dress in the way of a sash at the waist or just a large bow with the ribbon floating down the back at your waist are lovely touches.

The bridesmaids would look great in the color or colors you choose carrying flowers to match.

As for the groomsmen their vests and/or ties and socks will fit right in when they wear the theme colors also.

  1. Color Combinations to Give you Ideas

I am going to give you some of my favorite color combinations to help your creative juices to take over.

You may even like some of my favorites, which would be very nice:

Fall Wedding Colors

Fall is truly one of the most beautiful color palettes for a wedding, they include;

wedding colorsGold and a not to bright rather a jewel tone red
Actually, gold can be combined with a number of colors like hunter green, a deep magenta, even a warm rich brown

If a Halloween wedding is being planned of course a rich orange and black would be the colors you might want to use

Again, an ivory or champagne would complement any of these colors

Winter Weddings

Many wedding are planned around the Christmas and New Year’s holidays or Valentine’s day and there a variety of choices including:see more wedding colors from http://www.rrstar.com/special/20161105/815-uptick-in-fall-and-winter-weddings-over-spring-and-summer

Your colors might be red and green

Combine either with silver or even gold for a festive look
Ice blue and silver is a choice for many couples
Gold and/or silver for New Year’s is a great way to usher in your new life and the New Year
Valentine’s day looks gorgeous using red and pink

I hope that you can get some ideas for your wedding colors from these suggestions and know that what you finally decide on as your wedding theme colors will reflect your personalities and likes which is the most important thing.