Since Pinterest has been around, many couples turn to this useful tool to get inspired by the many images that title whatever one is looking for. Be it cooking, house decor, fashion, gardening and of course weddings. This is how many get to make their choices as visualising the end result is crucial. The very first step when getting to choose the theme for the wedding is to have a colour palette in mind, which sets the tone for the rest really.
There are a number of trendy colour palettes one can choose from. The ones which are fast movers are those which in a way are more inclined towards the garden vintage look. Dusty blues and greys are the ones used to contrast the more natural backdrops.
We see a lot of greens and whites, especially around spring time. This is more used to complement the vibrant garden colours which are in full blossom around this time of year.
A soft yet bold colour palette is that with lavender, mauve and mix of grey. This is an elegant yet contemporary mix of colours which we tend to see a lot towards the end of summer and beginning of autumn. It is an ideal colour palette for those who might want to make a statement with the addition of candles. The colours mixed with the candle look in the evening is incredibly elegant.
One colour which we have seen around quite a lot this year and it’s like it’s going anywhere in 2018 is the blush pink mixed with green palette. It is the best way to give a soft look to your wedding. These colours are very generous and can be included in so many ways as softer and harsher shades mix well together.