(Updated)Top 10 Wedding Color Scheme Ideas for 2018 Trends
Planning a 2018 wedding? New brides need to know about the up-and-coming wedding trends and we’re here to help! Choosing the right colors for your wedding day is a huge part of the overall style and theme that you are trying to create. We have the insight on what’s going to be HOT in Wedding Colors for 2018 and we think you’re going to love what we’ve come up with! Here’s what you can look forward to in 2018 weddings.
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1. Dusty Rose and Green
This color combination can be dressed up or down and is a great compromise for pink because it isn’t overly feminine. There is a lot to work with when it comes to decor with this color combination, so the possibilities are endless!
2. Lavender and Lilac
When you think of these two colors, you may think isn’t this just “purple”, but there’s more to it than just that. The lavender offers a light, dusty quality and the lilac offers a fresher look. Combining the two makes it visually interesting because you aren’t stuck with just one shade.
3. Dusty Blue and Deep Red
Even though these two colors look like they should be used only in the fall, they actually can work beautifully in any season. There is an unexpected quality to this combination which adds to its visual interest and this pairing has a very high-end look.
4. Black, White and Gold
This color combination is a true classic. By adding in the touch of gold, you get that little bit of sparkle and shine that the basic black and white can’t provide. It adds a dressy look to your decor and makes it feel more elegant.
5. Shades of Blue
This color combination is wonderful because you don’t have to pick just one. Floral is very limited in blues so your other decor and attire will be the primary way to get this color palette across. It can be dressed up or down and work in any season, which makes it so effortlessly beautiful.
6. Vintage Red and Peach
This color combination makes for a very vibrant choice. The amount of floral is abundant, as is other decor items, and it can feel elegant or fresh and fun depending upon how you want it to be.
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7. Dark Blue and Mauve
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8. Champagne Gold and Wine Red
9. Off White and Greenery
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10. Ultra Violet