As 2019 wedding season gets started, I am excited to be helping my clients create the wedding color palette of their dreams. Here are a few tips on making a neutral wedding color palette pop!
One of the best ways to add visual interest to your color palette is to add accent colors. With a neutral color palette, you may have a primary color of blush. Your accent colors could be gold and mauve. You’ll see blush show up as the primary color in your color palette but you can add the accent colors into your reception decor or into your bridal party attire.
Texture can be such a fun way to make a neutral wedding color pop! A few ways you can add texture to your color palette is in your details: a sequin tablecloth, a feather bowtie for the groom, foliage in your bouquet.
A neutral color palette can become flat aesthetically very quickly. You’ll want to add in some deeper colors to balance out the light neutral tones. For example, if you have cream as your primary color, you can add depth by having eucalyptus in your bouquet to add some deeper colors. Or if you have grey as your primary color, you can add slate gray or charcoal grey groomsmen suits to add more visual interest.
There are so many ways to spruce up a neutral color palette! What are some of your favorite ways you’ve seen a neutral wedding color palette done?