Eye-catching and attention-grabbing lime green can be perfectly subdued when paired with monotone shades of slate gray and white, with beautiful silver accents. This color scheme is just right for the chic bride-to-be who is looking for something cool and sophisticated with a pop of color.
Sunny, cheery yellow can be used in chic ways to create a bright atmosphere on your wedding day. Here is some inspiration that would be perfect for a spring or summer wedding.
Pale pink and gold are the perfect combination to create a romantic but regal wedding theme. Pink tones keep the feel soft and elegant, while touches of matte gold add understated glamour.
Coral is one of the top wedding colors for 2010, especially for spring weddings. The color combination possibilities are endless as you can explore complimentary bold shades to work with coral, or stick with analogous monochromatic hues. Here is one refreshing color theme to consider: coral, yellow, and taupe.
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Nothing creates a more heavenly atmosphere than classic white and ivory. For 2010 wedding colors, try shades of ivory with accents of gold and crystals to create a truly elegant and glamorous monochromatic theme. Colors to consider are ivory, white, cream, ecru, eggshell, and gold.
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Purple is still a popular wedding color for 2010. Classic and regal, purple color schemes allow for a lot of versatility to work in various seasons and styles, depending on the shades you choose. Some colors to consider for your theme are vintage violet, amethyst, wisteria, lilac, orchid, mauve, and gray as a neutral to balance it all out.
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Pastel pinks and peach tones are a fool proof way to create a soft, romantic atmosphere at your wedding. Your wedding colors can be simply elegant when you use monochromatic tones that work well together, such as salmon, tea rose, champagne pink, blush pink, carnation, peach, and cream.
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If you’re having trouble narrowing your color scheme, why not use the entire rainbow as your palette. Below are just a few ideas for a vibrant reception:
From L to R: Metropolitan Monogram Wedding Invitation; Stacked Need Centerpiece; Glass Lanterns from CBK Home; Colored Liquor Image from Fine Art America; Rainbow Lollipops; Crayon Favors from Kate Parker Weddings; Snow Cones from Daisy I Do
From top to bottom, left to right: Seaside inspired candy bar from the Knot, Stylish Stripe Wedding Invitations in Aqua, Banana Republic embossed envelope clutch, Mini cake favors from Brides, Going Nautical Drink also from Brides, Dessert Buffet Chocolate and Cream from Martha Stewart, J. Crew Silk Chiffon Juliet Dress, Amsale White Gown with French Blue Taffeta Sash, Blue bouquet ribbon from Martha Stewart
Red is a popular color for weddings. Symbolizing love and luck, it’s easy to see why a lot of brides opt for red in their special day. Whether it’s the color of their dress, or in the details, this striking hue can be used in any season but is particularly lovely in fall and winter.