The most common seasons for weddings are summer and early fall, but the fresh air and sunny days of spring can be so romantic. When you first think of wedding color palettes for spring, your first thoughts may be full-on pastel, though there are so many combinations you can incorporate for this time of year.
Light and airy shades of blue and pink will always be a classic for weddings this time of year — and for summer — but consider incorporating more vivid tones like bright greens, oranges, and yellows. Or, if you are going for a coastal vibe, think about sticking to the trendy neutral tones. Keep scrolling to discover four new wedding color palettes for spring!
Sky Blue, Peony, Cream, Camel
Not only are subdued tones great for spring, but they are gaining in popularity in fashion, home décor, and weddings alike. This combo of sky blue mixed with peony and touches of cream and camel is so soft and romantic. From your invitations to bouquets and even plates, there are so many ways to incorporate these tones.
Clementine, Lemon, Ruby, Moss
“Bouquet” is all about being bold and daring. More couples are straying away from the traditional tones and showing off their personalities with impactful hues like orange, yellow, fuchsia, and greens. Set the stage with invitations that give your guests a glimpse into your theme, then use these same colors in your floral, cakes, and whatever else you can dream of!
Taupe, Khaki, Cotton, Daisy
Not all wedding color palettes for spring need to be bright. If you’re looking for something more zen, consider this combination of beige tones, a soft white, and yellow we call “Daisy”. Earthy, neutral hues aren’t going away anytime soon and we love to see couples embrace the simplicity.
Bubblegum, Champagne, Eucalyptus, Raven
Looking for glam spring wedding ideas? Bright pink is the perfect seasonal hue and paired with champagne, green, and black will create a stunning backdrop for your day. This palette is modern with timeless elements and allows you to be playful. Go big on flowers with a bright pink bouquet and a dramatic ceremony backdrop.