Your big day will showcase a great deal of décor! From your linens to your centerpieces, there certainly will be many details that will present a unique style and an abundance of pizzazz. However, to tie all of the elements together, you will want to create a color scheme.
Have you chosen the colors for your big day yet?
We believe that every wedding should be full of color! That’s why, here at JM Productions, we have gathered some tips to assist you with choosing your own wedding color scheme. If you are all set to discover what these tips are, be sure to continue reading:
- Birthstones. A great way to add a dash of personalization to your big day is to use you and your partner’s birthstone colors to paint your wedding! The great thing about the hues that birthstones present is that they are all elegant and beautiful in their own way. So, no matter which two you pair, you can guarantee that they will showcase a lovely appearance.
- Seasonal. Which season will you be hosting your wedding in? If you are choosing Spring, consider highlighting pastels to create your color scheme, such as yellows, purples, and blues. For summer, evoke vibrancy with oranges, yellows, and pinks. If you are saying “I do” in fall, opt for rich and deep hues, such as dark reds, browns and purples. And, for winter, whites, reds, and greens would be ideal.
- Favorites. A great way to easily decide on your wedding colors is to simply just choose your favorites! You and your partner can each choose a color, and together create a combination that complements both of your tastes. What an easy decision to make, and you and you partner won’t have to argue, as you both will get a say.
With the right color scheme, your big day will certainly be beautiful! These are just a few tips to assist you with choosing yours.
If you are ready to plan your big day even further with a Houston wedding coordinator, please contact us here at JM Productions. With years of experience as a wedding coordinator in Houston, Texas, we would be thrilled to be a part of your nuptials.
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