7 Winter Wedding Color Palettes to Lust Over
When it comes to festive weddings during the holiday season, the green and red color scheme is surely a good color palette – but it isn’t the only one. We’ve curated dreamy color palettes to spark inspiration for your winter wedding wonderland!
White + Navy
There’s something so beautiful about these colors together! Incorporate your ‘something blue’ into your wedding with a more muted version. White flowers paired with navy dresses and decor look so elegant and classic.
Silver + Peach
This unexpected color combo is beyond stunning for a winter wedding. Add extra sparkle with elements of silver in centerpieces and accessories and balance with peach-hued flowers and blush accents.
A popular color choice for both fall and winter weddings, marsala is a rich and romantic pick. A white wedding dress and flowers pop against the deep shade, and look beautiful mixed with greenery and champagne tones.
The harmony of these colors exudes rustic elegance, which is especially ideal if you’re having your wedding at Wayfarers! The earthiness of greenery and olive tones offer dimension to the luxurious look of rose gold.
White on White
Make your own winter wonderland with an all-white color scheme! Minimalism can go a long way, and look effortlessly chic and timeless. White flowers, dresses, candles – you get it. Play it up with textural elements in your decor to add interest and brightness to the space.
Grey + Green
This color scheme is perfect for the more dramatic or simple bride! Use deep greys for a romantic and edgy theme, or soft greys for a subdued, light atmosphere. Balance out the neutral tones with a pop of green to add earthiness and color.
Champagne + Black
Chic and modern, this color palette screams celebration. A black tie affair, it only makes sense to draw inspiration from glittering champagne bubbles and sleek tuxedos. Dramatic and feminine, this color combo is a no-brainer!
Which color scheme is your favorite? Tag us in your wedding photos @wayfarers_chapel on Instagram!