Stunning Spring Wedding Colors and Combinations to Include in Your Wedding Color Palettes

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By Eivan’s Wedding Team

Springtime is the season of love and flowers everywhere! It is the most romantic time of the year to hold a wedding. Many couples choose to tie the knot in this season. If you are looking for the perfect color schemes for a spring wedding, first learn the basic wedding color ideas.

When choosing color combos for an event, use opposite colors (complimentary) to create a stunning contrast. Complimentary colors are red and green, blue and orange, or purple and yellow. The varying tints and shades of these colors top the wedding list. They include sage, dusty rose, coral, turquoise, lilac and butter yellow among others.

Most wedding planning will start with complementary colors. You can expand the color palette to about four to get that striking wedding inspiration.

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Spring wedding color schemes to give you more inspiration for your big day

  • Lilac and Ivory

Let’s begin the adventure with lovely lilac. Lilac flowers are in bloom during spring, so you have no excuse! If you take lilac to be your main color, layer it with different shades of purple.

This enhances the depth and richness of your wedding décor or flower arrangement. You can pair it with ivory to make the color combos color of the year

  • Lemon yellow and peach

Yellow is a typical Spring color and it looks cheerful enough when paired with a soft peach color.

These two colors combined give a citrusy look. It is versatile and can be elegant or classical depending on how you adorn it. They are commonly used in summer weddings.

  • Teal and copper

Most couples have only used pastels as their spring wedding colors. It’s a great season to experiment with brighter warmer shades like the jewel tones of teal.

Copper is a versatile metallic color that is rarely used. Combined with deep rich teal, it emphasizes its beauty and creates a deep impression.

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  • Green and gray

Some of the prettiest spring wedding colors are neutral colors. Pairing green with white wedding flowers and gray accents creates a chic stylish palette.

You can use the greenery within the venue and accessorize it with gray for a simple wedding vibe.

  • Red and pale aqua

If red is your favorite color you can use it. Pair it with aqua to create a calming cool wedding theme.

  • Mauve and gold

Mauve, a dusky pale purple is a perennial color that is a favorite to most couples who plan for a spring wedding. It complements other pastels and muted shades with ease.

Mixed with gold, it brings out its softness. You can also combine it with ivory, pale peach and blush pink for an elegant look.

  • Blush and green

These two make a beautiful and romantic color combination. The combo is an ideal option for brides who choose a trendy garden wedding.

A touch of green mixed with the soft blush creates a classic style for your dream wedding.

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  • Pink and light blue

This iconic duo never fades out style! It remains one of the fresh colors in style both in spring and fall weddings. You may opt to use a pale shade of blue so that the pink hue stands out. Add neutrals like beige and ivory to complete the color palette.

  • Burgundy and yellow

Burgundy is a classic fall wedding color! Mixed with yellow, this color combination gives an upbeat makeover for the season. Bridesmaids dresses made from this combination bring a shine to the different personalities.

  • Dusty blue and white

Dusty blue and white creates a chic wedding color combination that stands out in spring. It is a great choice for many couples. You can get your flower girls or bridesmaid dresses in dusty blue and navy blue suits with dusty blue ties for men. You can use it in the décor – dusty blue table cloths or table runner would be so beautiful.

Dusty blue hues works with bridal team wedding bouquets, cake and wedding invitations. If you for a deeper blue and white, it creates an ethereal vibe for your big day. Blue and white are popular and super romantic colors. Blue looks beautiful when you use a variety of shades, you don’t have to stick only to one.

  • Aqua and w