The year has flown by and we are nearing the end of 2016. While there are a few winter brides who have chosen to round off the year with their their special day, we are looking towards the following year and all the new trends that are set to come in. Pantone have recently released their predictions for the next years colours and we are doing just that – check out our choice of colour scheme that are going to be big news for 2017 weddings!
Both these colours are popular in the wedding world, but they are not often seen together. The delicate shade of the coral when mixed with the neutral and more masculine grey makes for a elegant mix that is perfect for an early spring wedding. Why not have your bridesmaids in grey carrying peachy bouquets? Or have a two-toned cake combining both these colours?
An unmistakably feminine and delicate choice, this subtle colour scheme is just the thing for a bride who is dreaming of a more traditional and understated. To keep the overall look of your day modern, you could always choose to have your bridesmaids in alternating blush and lavender gowns of the same style, or combine both shades within their flowers. A sweet and charming colour palette, there’s something about these shades that instantly say ‘wedding’.
Another unconventional colour scheme, this vibrant choice of shades is ideal for a summer wedding. The trends for wedding colours seem to be moving away from soft hues such as blush and champagne and these shades really reflect that change. We could picture a stunning berry bouquet with plenty of greenery for a beautiful bohemian bride! Could you imagine your reception decorated with these colours?
This unique blend of colours would be perfect for an Autumn wedding. The understated dusty blue makes for a crisp neutral to compliment the striking warm colour of the cranberry red. Why not opt for blue chair covers with sashes of cranberry? Or mix the colours for you centrepieces? There are so many options when it comes to this on-trend colour palette.
These are our top picks for the year ahead’s wedding colour trends – which is your favourite?