Deciding on your color palette with the consent of your partner tends to be a little tricky. While you may want to play around with splashes of trendy colors for your wedding, your partner might want to go for a more traditional ivory. So, what and how do you decide?
Below are five leading color and style mistakes that couples make:
Catering To a Couple of Colors Too Much
We completely understand that you wish to fuse your wedding with your favorite two colors, but don’t think that everything has to be in one of these two hues. Variations of your hue(s) can be the perfect addition to help you event feel perfect put together while avoiding feeling overly matchy-matchy.
Don’t Let Dominant Colors Dominate Your Space
Before deciding which colors will take center stage, from the attire to the linens and flowers, make sure your palette works within the venue you’ve selected.
Going For the Fads
Charmed by the color schemes you see showcased in your favorite wedding magazine or blog? Let’s be honest, we all love to see the beautiful events that are featured, but we know that they may not work for us. Think of all the variables; venue, season, budget, etc. Make sure you pick a palette that will work best for you and your wedding party and space, and something that will stand the test of time. The colors you pick today will still be locked in those photos and videos for years to come, so trust your judgement, stick with what you love, don’t worry about the trends.