Our Favourite 2017 Wedding Trends – Wedding Colours

06 Sep Our Favourite 2017 Wedding Trends – Wedding Colours

Day 3: Wedding Colours

Moody hues

So long multi-coloured bright tones, 2017 welcomes subdued and muted monochromatic tones instead. Go for muted shades like shades in dusty rose, milky coffee, champagne, buttercream, apricot and moonstone in bouquets, table décor and even your wedding party attire.

Red red wine

What’s your flavour?? Cabernet? Merlot? Pinot noir? Well, this colour trend takes inspiration from these rich wine tones from soft blush pinks to bold jewel tones. To perfect this look, add a variety dahlias, chocolate Queen Anne’s lace, and other seasonal flowers. Add a touch of luxe maroon textiles to your décor and clothing choices and you’ll have this trend spot on!

Gorgeous grey

This is not only a popular home décor trend but seen in more and more weddings of late. This “new neutral” has become a staple in floral design and wedding décor as it pairs well with most colors and is often combined with soft and feminine blush pink. This popular accent colour is looking to move towards center stage alongside crisp white. Give this trend a go by showing off bouquets with dusty miller, seeded eucalyptus, succulents, olive branches and other gray foliage.

Pink, it’s my favourite colour

What’s the all time favourite colour on every wedding planners lips this year, Pink. From blush pink to a rich and vibrant pink, it’s a must have colour to have at your wedding.  Create an elegant, fresh and perfectly timeless feel with pink proteas combined with a little darker tone in beautiful peonies or blushing brides.