Wedding Colour Trends for Autumn

It may still be?July but if you're planning your wedding for the end of this year, it's time to nail down the finer details for your Big Day so you can begin ordering materials and start thinking about your flower and table arrangements.

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The first thing you need to settle are the colours and tones. We've selected four colour palette options for a fall or winter wedding, depending on the mood you'd like to set and, of course, depending on the vibe of your venue.

 

Forest Green & Peach Wedding

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peach & forest green wedding

For a relaxed garden vibe, forest green and peach make for a wonderful wedding combination. Ideal with a lovely earthy?background,?add complementary shades of dusty lilac or a deep aubergine to bring pops of gentle colour. Choose organic fabrics, lace and perhaps a touch of velvet for a sumptuous but calm environment.

 

Grey &?Winter Berry Wedding

grey and berry wedding

For a formal affair, winter berries with?hues of grey, from charcoal to silver sheen, look great and add a touch of decorum to your wedding. Pair with pale greens for a lighter?feel and keep your table decor clean and structured for a sleek finish.

 

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Navy &?Blush Wedding

navy and blush

If you want to go?a little more girly,?then this pairing is the one for you. Blush tones allow you to play with pink without being overpowered by?the colour?and the navy acts as a sharp masculine edge'so your husband-to-be won't be too put off! This palette looks stunning when played off natural surfaces, however if it's more traditional you want then emphasise the navy and add touches of gold.

 

Burgundy & Nut Brown Wedding

burbundy and khaki wedding

Burgundy is always an autumnal colour trend, but this year it has been particularly evident on the runways for this season. It warms?pale skin tones and keeps its fervent vibrancy in our dull Irish weather. Perfect for a country wedding, keep it tonal with nut brown, cream and fawn tones with bursts of burnt yellow and oranges. Use tweeds, hessian and cotton?fabrics with delicate glass and tableware for a harmonious feel.

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