One of the important aspects of any wedding is the selection of a theme and colour palette. The couple or anyone responsible for it should be creative and must have the aesthetic sense of choosing a stylish one. Theme and colour palette normally set the tone for a number of things like invitations, place settings, and background etc.
Are you having difficulties in choosing the theme and colours? Here are the things that you need to consider.
Look for an inspiration
Don’t be dumb to see whatever colours surround you. Look for an inspiration and it’s always around you. Now that you have bought some wedding magazines and talked to some wedding planners about what theme would be the best, but it’s your choice that’s going to matter the most. See colours in every aspect of your daily routine as colours can be found everywhere.
Make sure you save any attractive colour scheme in your mobile in the form of vignettes and then discuss it with planners and your family etc.
Narrow your combination and themes
You love a number of different colours and are unable to make your mind whether to go with dark shades, light ones or any other combination. Consider the wedding location and also this could hint you to the best usage of the colour scheme. The weather can also have a big impact on what colours you go with.
For instance, if your wedding location is a beach or garden and understandably it will have a lot of natural colours, so here you might be tempted to go with a neutral palette.
Season and the current weather are important considerations. Usually, in winters, people prefer dark colours but you can’t be using murky colours in the hot summers. A burnt orange, sage green or copper palette would do the job in the fall season as it perfectly matches the surrounding colours and things like pumpkins and root vegetables.
On the other hand in spring season you can throw a splash of ruby into your turquoise and also opt for lime green palette. Also, the choice of flowers depends on the season and if you like a certain type of flowers, make sure they are available.
Time of the day
At what time of the day your function is going to take place? It is also important to consider because black or navy bride’s dresses aren’t likely to fit the middle of the day. Rather they would be great choices if the wedding is scheduled for night and moon is showering its light.
If the ceremony is held in the daytime and the sun is shining brightly then a scheme with neutrals, peaches and corals will be a great match.