8 Colour Combinations for Your Wedding Decor

Designing the details of your wedding day begins with choosing your wedding colors. With so many options to choose from, it’s hard to narrow down your list — especially when you consider whether you want a monochrome, muted, or metallic palette. Determining a wedding color combination at the start of your planning can help narrow down so many options, from decor to bridesmaid dresses. Browse our season-specific wedding color combinations to find a blend that’ll bring your love story to life.

1. Brown And Pine Green

Create a wedding scene that’s warm and inviting by choosing browns and greens — then accent with off-white features, like this vintage couch.

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2. Off White And Green

Build contrast into your wedding colors with hunter green and off-white tones. Add in brown and orange shades to round out your autumn scheme.

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3. Gray, Peacock Blue, And Gold

Wedding themes don't have to include vibrant colors. Stick to neutral tones, like silver, gray, navy, and gold, for a truly elegant aura.

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4. Magenta, Poppy, And Yellow

With such a vibrant color scheme, try to dress the rest of your reception in neutrals. Plain tablecloths work, or go sans tablecloths and let the natural wood show through. For the finale, turn your wedding cake into a showstopping display of lush blooms.

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5. Sage, Gold, And Ivory

With such a versatile color combo, lean on your venue and seasonal weather to inspire the décor. Be wary of trying to pull off this soft color combo in a venue that's decked out in dark colors (think: carpet and wallpaper), or you may end up spending more than originally planned.

6. Aqua, Cherry Red, And Khaki

Don't take this look too seriously—it's meant to be preppy and fun. Mix in cheeky signage, add low centerpieces in antique jars, and incorporate a pattern into the scheme, such as stripes or chevron.

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7. Yellow, Gray, And Silver

Pair with clean lines, graphic prints and sleek details to keep the look contemporary. For industrial space, opt for concrete-textured gray accents. For something more glamorous, set your table with silver mercury glass votives.

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8. Orange, teal, And light grey

Perfect for a spring or summer outdoor wedding, these shades are sure to create a fun and happy atmosphere for any ceremony or reception. The contrast between coral and teal added with the basic neutral of light grey is a beautiful color scheme for those who love bright colors.

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