When planning a wedding, one of the most important decisions you have to make is what the color scheme will be. This sets the tone for the entire day because the colors you choose are usually represented in the bridal party attire, the decor and more. This spring, the top wedding colors (according to Elegant Wedding Invites) are true to the season- bright, vibrant and fun. But if you aren’t sure how you can incorporate them into your special day, here are a few ideas.

Aquamarine/Scuba Blue/Classic Blue – any of these shades work for your “something blue.” Depending on the other colors you have chosen, and what your dress looks like, you can use any of these hues by going with:

  • “Something blue” wedding shoes
  • “Something blue” jewelry
  • “Something blue” hair accessories
  • A “something blue” bouquet

Lucite Green – this color would look lovely for wedding jewelry, as part of a bouquet, or even as bridal party attire (dresses for the girls and/or ties for the guys).

Toasted Almond – since this color is in the neutral family, it would best work as an “accessory” color. Combine it with brighter shades to create a balance. Think table linens, or centerpiece bases. If your wedding dress is ivory, and your bridal party’s attire is a bright color, you could go with shoes in this shade.

Strawberry Ice – how sweet and cute would this color be for a flower girl dress? Even if the entire dress is not pink, a dress sash in this shade would be adorable.

Tangerine/Custard – spring flowers that include these shades would be gorgeous, as would hints of the color throughout the wedding decor.

Marsala – this deeper spring hue would look elegant for bridesmaid dresses, or even as a makeup shade. Deep marsala lips for the bride would be beautiful.

Glacier Gray – since this hue is more subdued and neutral, it works best with more vibrant shades. Consider gray shoes or jewelry if your other colors are in the blue/purple family, or hints of the color in your decor.

What are your favorite colors for a spring wedding?

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