With so many things to think about when planning your wedding, even the simplest of details like finding a Calgary wedding rentals company can be difficult. As you coordinate everything to come together in the perfect way for you and your significant other, it’s easy to become overwhelmed.
Something that might normally be an easy task, like choosing a colour palette, can become a confusing mess. When it comes to choosing your wedding colours, here are some ways to help you decide on just the right colours for your wedding.
The colour that will be most prominent is the base colour and you can’t create a complete colour palette for your wedding without it. It will set the tone for the rest of your colour choices and the mood of the entire wedding.
Once you have the base colour, you can then start choosing some complementary colours to add variety and dimension. Your accent colours will punch up the base colour and give your wedding a complete look.
Remember that your colour choices capture the style you want, whether it’s bold, traditional, or formal, so don’t be afraid to play with different accents.
While you don’t have to match your colours to the wedding season if you’re having trouble making a selection you can look to the season for ideas. Bold and bright colours are generally found in the summer. Earthy and darker colours like navy blues and purples are more traditional for fall or winter weddings. Spring weddings usually display light pastel colour tones.
By utilizing the venue, its surroundings and décor, you can begin to visualize what colours you can add that will create a natural flow and a wonderful look. But if your venue has features that don’t match your tastes then you may have difficulty choosing colours that would look right against that backdrop. You didn’t forget to book a venue right?
A blank space, like a large warehouse or open area in a museum, can be very versatile and open up your colour options. Find some key features in your venue that you can get inspired by and go from there.
The theme of your wedding will have a large say in your choice of colours. If you want a very formal affair then simplifying your colour choices may be the way to go. But if you’re thinking of a futuristic twist on a modern fairy tale, your colours may lean toward more bold choices.
With your ideal wedding style in mind, you can begin to eliminate some colours, making your choice a little easier.
This is your day, so make your colour choices flatter you by making selections based on what your skin tone and hair look great in. You can easily take those colours off the list that are not completely flattering to you to being with.
Find what inspires you and experiment a little. With some trial and error, you can find those wedding colours that will make your day perfect.