5 Different Shades of Purple Wedding Colors
As one of the most popular wedding colors, purple can be used in weddings at any time of the year with so many different shades, which can be associated with royalty, riches and wealth. For weddings in fall, you may choose a darker shade of purple and lighter purples work better in spring and summer. Here’re 5 shades of purple wedding color that you can use on your own event depends on the seasons and your favor.
Plum is a deep purple color, which is a close representation of the average color of the plum fruit, working well with grey and gold and perfect for fall weddings.
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Violet is a combination of blue and red, which can be used in any time of a year. This bright peacock inspired wedding color palette is just amazing.
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The most highly coveted of ornamental plants, the delicate, exotic and graceful orchid represents love, luxury, beauty and strength.
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Purple Amethyst has been highly esteemed throughout the ages for its stunning beauty and legendary powers to stimulate, and soothe, the mind and emotions.
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If you want a shade of purple used in spring, lavender is the best choice which is so soft and elegant.
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The best way to let your guest know it’s a purple wedding is sending out purple wedding invitations. Check out these great designs and all of them will come with free RSVP cards and envelopes.