Wedding Color Tips

Choosing your wedding colors sets the tone for the entire is not just about the bridesmaid dresses but also the linens, flowers, decor, invitations and cake.  Here are useful tips when picking your colors.

Vibrant colors evoke a sense of drama where softer colors create a more romantic feel and earthy colors create a calming mood. Darker colors are associated with fall or winter wedding, lighter colors are in the spring and bright colors are in the summer.

Color Lingo

Analogous - 3 colors side by side on a 12-part color wheel.  Like a darker orange, red and deep pink. 

Complementary - two colors which are directly opposite of each other on the color wheel to create maximum contrast like orange and blue.

Monochromatic - a color scheme that is based on a single hue in various shades

When selecting your color scheme, also think of your venues colors like the carpet, walls, drapes and the outside colors.

The most popular wedding color is blue, with 30%, next is purple with 25% and the third most popular color is green with 24%.



Wedding Planning in an Historic City

Every bride thinks about something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.  Why not use your "something old" as the city you choose to get married in. 

If you live in the South, you are lucky to be surrounding by historic towns that make perfect wedding locations.  Let us recommend that you explore the cities of St. Augustine Florida and Savannah Georgia for your wedding.

Both St. Augustine and Savannah offer brides great backdrops for your guests to enjoy and pictures.  Historic buildings, old oak trees, water ways all offer interesting backgrounds that your guests will enjoy and a good photographer can maximize on.  

If you are planning on a St. Augustine wedding venue consider looking at; The White Room, Marsh Creek Country Club, The Milano Room, Flagler College, The Lightner Museum, The Fountain of Youth, Seranata Beach Club or the Casa Monica.

Now, if Savannah is more your style, think about checking out; 10 Dowing at Churchills, Andaz Savannah, Belfords, Bryson Hall, Grand Lakes Club at Southbridge, Hyatt Regency Savannah, Mansion on Forsyth Park, River Street Riverboat Company, Savannah Botanical Gardens, Savannah Marriott Riverfront, Savannah Station, The Mackey House, The Westin Savannah Harbor, Coastal Heritage Society, Marshal House and Telfair Museum….just to suggest a few.

Choosing a wedding location sets the tone of the wedding and once it is picked, everything starts to fall into place.