10 Wedding Theme Options for Your Upcoming Wedding
One of the hottest topics when planning your wedding is the color. You can never go wrong with any of these wedding color themes!
Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life and hopefully, the only time you’ll do it.
Since it’s so important, we spend a lot of time planning every single detail of our special day. We want to make sure it’s enjoyable, not just for the bridal party, but for all the guests who attend. One of the most crucial parts of making sure your wedding is cohesive is picking out your color theme.
So we put together a list of the best colors you can’t go wrong with.
1. Mauve and Dusty Rose
If you’re looking for a more feminine vibe, mixing a purple mauve and dusty rose will give your wedding a beautiful ethereal look and works for any season.
2. Grey and White
Keep it simple with grey and white at your wedding. This is best for formal style events, like in a hotel.
3. Sage and Grey
Adding pops of green to your wedding can bring a lovely amount of life. Including real greenery with the pops of sage will be absolutely stunning.
4. Navy and White
These two colors are perfect for a formal nautical theme, especially a Cape Cod wedding.
5. Burgundy and Grey
If your wedding takes place in the fall, deep colors like burgundy and a lighter color like a grey will create a perfect balance.
6. Mauve and Sage
These two colors are more muted, making this palette absolutely stunning for backyard garden weddings.
7. Black and White
If you’re feeling especially fancy, you can never go wrong with a black and white theme.
8. Brown and Grey
Sometimes you want something a bit more bohemian and earthy, and that’s what you’ll get with this duo.
9. Burnt Orange and Maroon
Perfect for autumn weddings, especially if you live somewhere where you have some foliage. This theme works really well with barn weddings.
10. Grey, Yellow, and Navy
A more unique color theme that would look absolutely stunning for your summer wedding.
Obviously weddings are about the two of you getting hitched, but there is no harm in wanting the entire event to be absolutely perfect. What really matters in the end is your love for each other and the people you invited. Just have fun and enjoy your day!