After you have decided when to have your event, the next step is to choose wedding theme and then color combos matching perfectly your theme. None of these is easy to do.Thus, we wanna do some help. In this post, we are going to talk about color palette great for fall and winter weddings, especially with burgundy and blush.
Burgundy and blush have an elegant femininity to them. This is one of the most favorite color palettes for fall and winter weddings. The blush really stands out from the burgundy and the burgundy helps accent the deeper colors within the blush.These two colors are contrasting and look bold together: the deep,rich shades of burgundy/marsala perfectly lends itself perfectly for a fall or winter wedding theme and blush adds delicacy and sweetness to the décor. To get you inspired, we have rounded up 8 different wedding color palettes with burgundy and blush shades. Enjoy!
- Burgundy, blush and gold
This simple addition of gold elevates the look by making it a little more mature and dramatic.
- Burgundy, blush and navy blue
Adding in Navy Blue to blush and burgundy helps balance out the feminine and masculine side of the color palette.
- Burgundy, blush and sage green
Adding in greenery not only will help save you money on your floral bill, it will also help your special colors shine.
- Burgundy and blush
If these two colors alone make you happy, don’t feel like you have to add in any more colors to your theme!
- Burgundy, blush and grey
Grey is an awesome neutral to pair with blush and burgundy because it really lets these two colors shine AND it’s very forgiving if you have several shades of grey, too! It’s a lighter feel than black and softens the overall look of your wedding, which is always a win.
- Burgundy, blush and ivory
If you really want the blush and burgundy to stand out, pick ivory so these pink beauties can have a harmonious look.
- Burgundy, blush and brown
Pairing brown with the blush and burgundy gives you a warm and fuzzy feeling that we all love about this wonderful time of year, too, so it’s an unexpected and appreciated twist!