Everyone knows what to do when you are a bride. The bride can wear and do anything she wants. even say On her wedding day, she can do whatever she wants. This is because it’s her wedding day. her day. You may know your colors for your wedding if you have planned it in your mind since you were young.
If you are planning a wedding for summer and want to know what the hottest color trends in weddings this summer are, here’s two different ways you can use them.
You just never know. You never know!
The white wedding gown is a traditional choice. If you’re looking for a shade lighter than white but not as stark, champagne could be a good option.
Summer is the perfect time to plan a destination wedding. Preferably on the beach. Some turquoise decor would look amazing near the water, if you agree.
Plum was a color you might have considered for the fall or winter. It’s a great color for summer if you love warm colors.
What is in style right now? Brooches. What’s the color of choice for summer weddings? Silver. Ever thought the two would go so well together?
Hunter green is an intense color that many brides use as a wedding accent. Your bridal party’s jewellery is a great way to achieve this.
Have you ever seriously considered going without a wedding cake? Wedding colors are trending teal. Why not make cupcakes in that color.
If you are thinking of wearing marigold flower wreaths with your bridal party or yourself, this is the perfect color for you!
No wonder cream roses are “in”. It’s so rich and romantic—both at the same time.
If you like pink but want something bolder and more vibrant, why not try azaleas? This would be great for a wedding.
The flower girl, whatever she wears, is precious. This little teal dress makes us say “Awwwwwh” when we see it.
Here’s some inspiration. Lavender also happens to be a very popular color for summer. Instead of having your guests toss rice, give them some lavender seeds. It’s pretty. It’s fragrant. It’s also better for the planet (including the birds).
Here’s a way to use hunter green. It comes in the form of a tie for groomsmen.
You can wear blue as a wedding dress if you want to break away from the traditional color scheme.
Consider making your throwaway flower bouquet in azalea if you have already decided on your wedding colors. It’s a beautiful color. Particularly during the summer.
What else can you do with turquoise? You can use it to decorate your wedding cake.
Some people think the only person that should wear white is the bride. If you are a bride who wants her bridal party to be dressed in white or a variation, champagne would make a beautiful color.
You can use marigold in another way. It will brighten up chairs for an outdoor reception.
Sometimes, pops of colour can appear in the most unexpected of places. Garter belts are a great example. It’s so rich and deep that it is simply stunning.
A cream rose cake looks delicious. Imagine the taste of your loved one’s first bite.
Purple is not a color that many guys will choose to wear. If you use lavender for the boutonnieres of the groom or groomsmen, then they will look and feel confident.
White shoes can make a bride feel so dull. Silver rhinestones will spice up your wedding gown even more.
Like Christmas in July you can also host a wedding winter fantasy if you have always wanted a winter wedding, but are impatient to marry the one you love.
All of us know that (traditionally), the bride must have “something borrowed, something old and something blue”. The bride’s choice to have the shoes as her “something-blue” is always nice.
The bridal gown in winter white is a perfect way to finish this off. As you walk down that aisle, you will sparkle with all those crystals.