What colors will make your dream spring wedding most memorable this year? A pop of lemon yellow with a dash of lime green, a blazing red against a stark white – the palette is huge and caters to every preference. Here’s a look into the spring wedding colors 2012, and themes to use them with, so you can have a magnificent wedding.
What is the first thought that comes into your mind when you think of spring? Perhaps the bloom of fresh flowers, the scent of greenery and a pop of a fresh, bright color! What are these colors that come into your mind? Nothing changes with spring; yet you don’t get sick of it or the brightness and color that it brings with it every year. This is why a lot of couples choose to have a romantic spring wedding and wait for it to finally tie the knot. Keep in mind that a spring wedding should look like one, which is why you need to know what colors are trending this season. As mentioned earlier, nothing changes every spring, but each year, different colors are brought to the fore and are made popular, more than others during this wonderful season.
Spring Wedding Colors and Themes 2012
During spring, it is the soft colors that usually find their place amid the beauty of nature. As such, pastel shades are always in tune with the spring colors. While this is what the conventional thought process is, let’s clear a few things. Spring is not only soft, it is also vibrant. As such, while choosing any colors or themes, always remember to add that pop of a bright color. Be it in the bridesmaids’ dresses, your shoes, the cake, the flowers or the invitations, these colors will find their place anywhere. Take a look at that the colors that are going to be most popular in 2012 for spring weddings.
Tips on Choosing Colors for a Spring Wedding
While trends may dictate the most popular colors for spring weddings each year, some of you may not want to give in to them and rather choose a combination that will suit your personal taste. Given below are some tips that will help you decide what colors you should go with.
- Consider the time of the wedding. Is it a morning wedding or an evening wedding? A combination of bright and deep colors can be used for the evening, while lighter colors may be used for the day. A similar consideration should be made for the venue of the wedding along with the time of the day.
- Remember that you can add color to your wedding in any form. Table cloths, candles, wind chimes, ribbons, favors, pots and vases (even terracotta pots for an earthy look – specifically for the orange and pink wedding), centerpieces, and the like can be used to add a dash of a vibrant color. Though flowers are symbolic of the onset of spring, it isn’t necessary to introduce color only with them.
- Color can also center on your wedding gown. For instance, if you choose the red and white theme, instead of dressing in the conventional white, the bride and groom may be dressed in red while the rest of the crowd may go for white with a dash of red. If you think two colors may get too monotonous, add a third in the form of a deep blue or a leaf green.
- Also think of the mood you want to set with the colors you choose. Yes, spring colors are meant to be vibrant, but they can also be deep, subtle and romantic. Decide a mood with your partner and create the right ambiance with your choice of colors.
In essence, there is no limit to the number of colors you can use in a spring wedding. You want it to look classy and vibrant at the same time, but not just a mere palette of colors. Feel free to mix and match any of the colors showcased above, and also don’t forget to add in what you consider spring colors by following the aforementioned tips. Soft shades, vibrant colors, deep jewel tones, of the suggested themes can look simply gorgeous in a spring wedding. Inspire from these themes and have a gorgeous wedding this spring.