Deciding on a color palette can be tough, so when The Black Tux, shared these color scheme trends with us we had to share it with you all! Sometimes all you need to do is create your own inspiration or find inspirational graphics such as the ones below to get the ball rollin’. We hope these color scheme graphics makes it a little easier to choose your wedding colors!
The first color scheme we’re going over features Pantone’s Color of the Year “Greenery!” I love the mix of greenery with soft shades of pink! It’s elegant and timeless.
Here’s an example of a bouquet you could create using this color scheme. Our FiftyFlowers bride used Stock Pinky Peach Flower, Classic Wedding Greenery Combo Box, Seeded Eucalyptus, Hybrid Tea Rose Sweet Avalanche, White Freesia Flowers, and Make Your Own Flower Centerpieces Combo Box.
Next up, is this gorgeous neutrals and metallics palette. Gold and silver are the most popular metallics but not everyone wants to mix the two. So combining metallics with neutrals can help balance each other out.
This gorgeous sequenced dress is balanced with a soft lavender bouquet. Her bouquet consists of Silver Dollar Eucalyptus, English Lavender, Lavender Roses, White Sweet Pea, White Tibet Roses and Creamy White Blush Garden Roses.
Last but definitely not least, is this classic color scheme! Blue, especially navy blue, is such a classic color. When paired with a soft, blush color it creates a balance between masculine and feminine. I don’t see this color duo trend ending anytime soon.
We offer both tinted and natural blue flowers, but if you’re not a fan of tinted flowers check out this naturally blue thistle in this gorgeous bouquet! Along with Thistle, this bouquet consists of White Anemones, Protea, Burgundy Black Dahlias, Lavender Amnesia Roses, Seeded Eucalyptus, and Green Upright Amaranthus.
Ready to start shopping? Our “shop by color” feature makes browsing a certain color palette super easy! Simply check the boxes for the colors you’re interested in, and it will automatically load all of the products in those shades so that you can see all of them side-by-side. Check it out!