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A spring wedding is stylish and spring couples are stunning. And although it may cost more than in winter, the spring colors won’t let you be. This may be why 21 percent of about to Wed couples opt for spring weddings. An outdoor spring wedding is about one of the most romantic ceremony.





Let's face it the wedding gown and the wedding day style are a major part of wedding planning - some brides have been dreaming about their wedding dress for years so it definitely pays to make sure each one of these items has a spot in your checklist.

  • Gown
  • Bridal Shoes
  • Bridal Sleep
  • Lingerie
  • Hosiery
  • Jewelry
  • Bridal Headpiece/veil
  • Bridal Gloves
  • Bridesmaid Dresses
  • Bridesmaids accessories
  • Bridesmaid Shoes
  • Groomu2019s Tux/Outfit
  • Groomsmen Tux/Outfit
  • Garters
  • Gown Preservation
  • Alterations
  • Going Away Outfit
  • Honeymoon Clothes
  • Flower girl dress
  • Ring bearer outfit
  • Bridal Shower Outfit
  • Rehearsal Dinner Dress

Brides Often Ask

How many colors should a wedding have?

When choosing wedding colors for winter, try to keep things simple. The gown and tux usually dictate black and white as two of your choices. Adding one or two accent colors is the safe bet. Adding more than this makes it difficult to manage and easy to turn into a visual mess.

Do wedding flowers have to match wedding colors?

Wedding flowers don’t have to be an exact match to your all winter wedding colors. But, they do have to match the theme. An example of this would be a dramatic ice blue for your fabrics coupled with a lighter blue in your bouquet.

Wedding color mistakes to avoid?

  • Choosing too many winter wedding colors is the first mistake to avoid. As mentioned, this is a quick way to create visual chaos.
  • The second winter wedding color DON’T is not following science. The color wheel is an invaluable tool for the bride who plans. Choose your primary color. Then, choose either it’s neighbor (analogous color scheme) or its opposite (complimentary color scheme). If you’re looking for cool and charming, neighbors calm each other down. If you’re looking for some POP, opposites make each other look more vivid.
  • The third mistake is making choices without knowing what you’re working with. The venue, for example, is going to have pre-existing characteristics to work with.
  • Mistake #4 is diving into fads. They’re sometimes hard to avoid. But fads come and go quickly.
  • The last thing you want is to throw so much time and money into your big day only to be disappointed a few weeks later. Instead, be true to your own personal taste regardless of if it’s on-trend or not.

That being said, we have a few recommendations coming up that combine seasonal taste and timeless design.


Wedding Themes For Spring


A spring wedding works with lots of themes due to available blooms. From the ceremony decor to the bouquets dresses, and the spring wedding reception ideas, it’s a colorful parade.
A spring wedding works with lots of themes due to available blooms. From the ceremony decor to the bouquets dresses, and the spring wedding reception ideas, it’s a colorful parade.

  1. For the unconventional and chic bride, your best bet is the bohemian theme. Messy hair, wildflowers and all.
  2. The vintage themed spring wedding sends you back to the old world charm. Something old, yet elegant and timeless.
  3. Take us back to nature with the rustic themed wedding vibe for spring. Weather-beaten wood, greenery, foliage, daffodils, and burlap keeps us wishing.

Wedding Color Flowers

White Wedding Gowns With Color Flowers

  1. “This is my wedding planning tote” Cotton Tote Bag – Good size and sturdy quality while still being adorable. Perfect for taking along to wedding shows.
  2. “To Have And To Hold Your Hair Back” 2 x Hair Ties – Very cute, but wish there were more of them so that they can be shared with the bridesmaids.


Lavender And Gray Combinations

Winter wedding theme colors wouldn’t be complete without lavender and gray options. This color combo introduces a sense of subtle passion and delicacy to your wedding. This is a nice contrast to the harshness of winter. Although this look is suitable all year round at any venue, its most comfortable home is at a traditionally themed wedding.


Silver And Gray Combinations

Silver and gray is an elegant alternative to the white on white option. Choosing a slightly darker shade opens up a few more options when it comes to decor, but maintains that sense of purity. Make sure that this combo is an option you consider for winter wedding colors 2020/2021 and beyond.

Green, White, And Gold Combinations

White and green are seasonal colors. In the winter, you can see it everywhere. Bring nature into your wedding reception and ceremony and make it dazzle with splashes of gold. These winter wedding colors can become gaudy if you overdo the gold. However, Using white and/or green as a base and complimenting with gold will give it that royal appeal so many brides are after.

Reds and browns are the perfect fall winter wedding colors. These earth tones are rich with life and act as a great metaphor for your “happily ever after”. This color combo also triggers a very healthy appetite. Use the brown sparingly and rely on pops of red to make things shimmer.

Winter Wedding Colors For January

New Year is over and there’s a long stretch until March Break. This is an ideal time to celebrate, and your guests will welcome the opportunity. The best approach to winter wedding styling is to choose contrasting colors.

Berry And Brown Combinations

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Berry and brown go hand-in-hand with a harvest vibe. Traditionally, the harvest is synonymous with hard work, family, community, and unity. Can you think of a better theme for your union of love? Instead of combining 4-6 colors, stick to variations of these 2 to create the visual interest and mood you’re after.

Burgundy And Ballerina Pink Combinations

Red on winter-white is a dramatic, fantasy-filled look. Burgundy and ballerina pink provide the same appeal. But they dial down the drama and turn up the passion and romance. If your goal is to create a visual representation of love, this is the look for you.


Hunter Green And Peach Combinations

You wouldn’t think of green and peach as “winter colors”, but there’s this thing that painters use called juxtaposition. It’s the concept of placing opposites next to each other to stimulate emotion and interest. When it comes to the blues and whites of the cold cold winter, there’s no more opposite than lively hunter green and fruitful peach.

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