Q: If you happen to like many colours and are undecided about which colour theme to go with, how do you choose?
A: There are a few things to consider when picking a colour scheme for your wedding. First of all, details about season and locale may influence your decision. For example, a spring wedding in the country would look lovely with a bright pink and mint green theme, whereas a fall wedding in the city may look great with dramatic oranges and reds. Look at the environment your wedding is taking place in and take cues from your surroundings. Secondly, the bridal gown and bridesmaids’ dresses may influence the colour scheme: a cream-coloured dress would be lovely with warm tones of orange or red, whereas a pure white gown would be beautiful with cooler blues and greens. Finally, the foremost influential decision will be whether you’re having a formal or informal wedding. If you’re planning a formal wedding, the colour scheme can be more dramatic with bold colours and lighting, whereas an informal wedding will be a little more subdued with subtle tones dominating the colour scheme. In the end, however, a lot of the decision about colour scheme depends on personal preference—so pick your favourite! For more information, check out this article on our website all about picking the scheme that is right for you.
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