The Top Wedding Colors for 2021

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Mar 25, 2021

After a year like 2020, we are all ready to move on to bigger and brighter things ahead.โ˜€๏ธ If you have a wedding coming up in 2021, this is your year!

 

This year’s top wedding colors are inspired by celebration, unique details, and fun for the happy couples. While 2020 trends included more muted tones, we can see why 2021 has something different to offer. ๐Ÿ˜Ž

 

You can’t go wrong with any of these trending color palettes to accentuate your special day. 

 

 

Bright Pinks and Oranges

 

 

If you want your wedding day to be vibrant and fun, these bright colors are the way to go! ๐Ÿงก Create a bold look and have fun with florals, table decor, and the wardrobe for your whole tribe. Mix it up with mismatched pink and orange bridesmaid dresses, and pocket squares for the groomsmen.

 

You can make this combo even more bold with bright accent colors like yellow or teal. Or you can tone down the orange palette with neutrals. Add in gold for a bohemian style, or throw in greenery for a more tropical wedding. Finally, if you’re a more whimsical bride, you can even mix in lighter tones, like blush and periwinkle (think Lisa Frank vibes ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿป‍โ™€๏ธ).

 

 

 

Sunny Yellow

 

 

If you’re looking for a sunny color scheme that will stand out, yellow is the way to go. Use it against a clean, white palette for a modern look with a pop of color, or add in bright accent colors of orange and magenta for a flavorful look. โ˜€๏ธ

 

Brights are in, and using fruit as decor can add a cool feel to your big day. For a more subtle bride, add in neutrals to tone down the yellow. Gold accents can also create a desert ambience, while keeping it super fun and flirty. 

 

  

 

 

Any Shade of Green

 

 

For the plant lady in all of us, 2021 is the year to go green. ๐ŸŒฟ Stick to the simple trend of greenery, or add in a mix of hues for a bold look. Green compliments any wedding style and pairs well with almost any accent color. Go for a bohemian look with deep oranges and purples. To go for a tropical trend, make sure to use Monstera, Elephant’s Ear, or the Bird of Paradise plants with bright yellow and orange decor. A more nostalgic look can be created with muted greens, neutral accent colors, and hints of deep purple. Green is often associated with vitality, and you really can’t go wrong with vibrant, youthful wedding day energy. 

 

 



Light Blues

 

 

Get happy with the blues this year! A simple, soft blue can pair well with any brighter color palette, as well as other softer hues like pinks, purples, and light sage green. For the simple, yet sophisticated bride, a sprinkle of powder blue through the details of place settings or glassware atop a white table cloth can add a touch of elegance. For the romantic couple, add a splash of pastel throughout the ceremony: blush and sky blue in the bouquets and centerpieces, or lavender and blue floral ties for the groomsmen. There is no limit with these lighter shades of blue. ๐Ÿฆ‹


  

 

Soft Purples

 

 

Lilac, lavender, and even pale mauve is for the whimsical bride. Create a colorful backdrop with layered tableware, lots of florals, and pastel cake accents. Play into the florals with every detail, from the bouquets and boutonnieres to the cake and desserts. Add a sprig of lavender to the place settings, or layers of hydrangeas throughout the center of each table. Varying hues of soft purples for bridesmaids dresses is very on trend, and we approve! An array of varying shades of purple can be just the touch to create your dreamy wedding day. ๐Ÿ’œ

 

 

 



Final Thoughts

 

Whichever color trend you choose to go with for your wedding day, let your personality shine through. And don't be afraid to get BOLD this year.

 

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