- Limit your color palette to no more than 3 colors, however, it is definitely okay to use shades of the colors you've selected to create variety and visual interest!
- When using a 3 color palette, it is a good idea to use one color as an accent and the other 2 as more main colors so that it doesn't get too busy and there will be pops of color throughout the space.
- Make sure to take your style and the style of your wedding into consideration. If you are having a shabby chic wedding, you want to use more muted, neutral colors or muted pastels. If you are having a retro, contemporary wedding use vivid, primary colors.
- Use your venue to your advantage. If you have a large space with white walls, consider it a blank canvas. Lighting can really create drama and bring in your color palette. If it is outdoors or an indoor garden area, green becomes your neutral. Whites and bright colors pop and add visual impact.
- Most importantly, however, you have to remember to make it your own! It's your wedding day and should reflect you and your partner's personality and style. Don't be afraid of color or breaking the rules! Happy planning!
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