Color is the the most important part of a decoration. Color combination can create the ambience and spread it to the entire venue. When it comes to your special day, trust me, you don’t wanna color it wrong.
I’ve chosen 3 color combinations which can inspire you coloring your special day. Which theme represents you the most? What color combination that colors your day the most? Here we go!
Sweet Dusty Peach
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Everytime I hear the word “sweet”, it reminds me of something you can’t get enough of; something you can never get bored with; something soft. The same thing goes for colors. Everyone may agree that soft colors like peach and coral create something sweet and lovely. But try to combine them with grey and dark grey. Grey adds the dusty effect to the softness and… Voila! You’ll get a sweet-vintage color combination that is ready to color your celebration.
Fun in Blue and Red
Erick and Amel’s Wedding: Middsummer’s Night Dream by Butterfly
For me, fun is about combining two or more different things as one; use their differences to create something unique. When it comes to color, the combination of aqua blue and red comes to mind. The calm yet catchy aqua blue and the energetic red give
a unique combination. Now that’s what I call fun! A little bit of sweetness and softness of creme and white can also be added to this combination, balancing the tone. Not to strong yet not to soft. Feeling blue? Add red! C’est amusant!
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People may think that red doesn’t go well with purple. Purple itself is a mixture between red and blue, and that makes, theoretically speaking, red and purple can’t go
together. But as for me, the combination of red and purple can makes something pleasant, like the sunset sky. There is
something lux about it. Red represents passion and it is said that purple represents royalty. The combination of both can surely create glamorous ambience! Try bright red and plum, added with white and black accent. Who says red and purple can’t go together now?