Oh the weather outside is frightful (for some of us…) but these winter wedding color palettes are so delightful. We are rethinking the classic winter wedding colors in a unique way. Whether you love a snow white palette, something that shines, or color all the way, one of these 5 winter wedding color palettes is sure to suit your style and add life to your celebration.
Classic Blue Palettes — Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year
Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year, Classic Blue, inspires our first winter wedding color palette. Blue is one of the most inclusive seasonal colors and looks effortlessly whimsical when dusted with snowflakes.
Black & White Palettes — Not-So Snow White
There is nothing more timeless than a black and white winter wedding — and your guests will love the flattering attire options. From bowties to town cars to trendy décor elements, this classic winter wedding palette makes a chic statement.
Keep it Simple — Yet Chic
photographer: Laura Huertas | planner: THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE | florals: Edelweiss Florals | venue: Daylight Studio
Jewel-Toned Palettes — Gemstone Gifts
We adore a jewel-tone winter wedding color palette as they are deep, moody, yet offer overstated opulence. From colorful floral centerpieces to luxe velvet rentals, it’s easier than ever to tie tones of emerald, plum, or citrine into your wedding design.
Neutral Palettes — Champagne & Christmas Lights
What better way to make your winter wedding sparkle than with ivory and creams that call to mind champagne and holiday lights? Keep décor, floral, draping, and linens neutral and let candles and lighting warmly illuminate the space.
Red-Based Palettes — Cheery & Cherry
A Santa-approved palette. Let winter’s rosy cheeks and mistletoe inspire your winter wedding. Fill your venue with red roses for an extra elegant touch.
Ring Around the Roses — & Newlyweds
photographer: Victoria Selman | planner: Stephanie Bradshaw | floral: Flowers and Francies | venue: Sagamore Pendry Baltimore
A Blooming Bannister of White & Red
photographer: Sarah Libby Photography | planner: Judy Lehmbeck | design, décor, floral & lighting: The Fleuriste