TOP 5 WEDDING COLOUR PALETTES FOR 2017

So, it is time to start planning your 2017 wedding – congratulations!

The colours you select for your wedding day can come from anywhere — it’s all about discovering the best reflection of you and your style. You may have one color in mind, but are wondering what combination to go with to create the perfect palette?

Or you may have no idea and want a fresh help in hand? Some people even base it on their wedding ring, whether it was created with a loose diamond, emerald, sapphire or ruby – these colours can be the key to the inspiration behind the colours on your big day.

We’ve been working hard checking out the hottest wedding theme colour trends for 2017, to give you a little help in hand in picking your theme! All of the colours that are in trend this season are truly chic, sophisticated, fresh and completely fabulous…

Keep it classy with Cream…

Cream will never go out of style. It’s classic, vintage and elegant – and you don’t have to worry about anything clashing! If you want to go for pure class this year, keep it creamy.

Black Forest…

Also popular this season will be black forest colours – so think deep purples, reds and maroon. What could be more romantic really? With this was the colour of choice around 2 decades ago, it did get less ‘trendy’ in the last decade. But, it’s back and it’s here to stay.

Club Tropicana…

Fuchsia, Orange and Apricot will be massive this year. Taking you right to the beach on a tropical island, you can’t help but be in a good mood when this colour palette is concerned.

Get Green…

As one of the biggest trends in 2016, greenery will be continuously popular in 2017. It’s fresh, earthy and vibrant – and blends beautifully with other shades like pale yellow and rosy pink. If you’re having an outdoors wedding, green will match your surroundings beautifully.

Something blue…

A lot of people get but off by blue for a wedding, but there’s really no need! Done right, shades of blue can look truly romantic and whimsical. Blending a few shades can world well, or mixing it with creams and pale pinks.

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