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8 colour palettes to consider for your 2018 wedding

8 colour palettes to consider for your 2018 wedding


Written by Katie Byrne


Get vibrantly inspired with these moodboards of ideas from the experts, courtesy of the International Wedding Trend Report

 

"Wedding colour palettes that only incorporate two colours are becoming less and less popular. In 2018, we are going to see couples and event designers really embrace a fuller, more robust wedding colour palette with three or more colours, plus metallics, and neutrals." Chrissy Arpie Ott, The Perfect Palette 

Designed by Adela Strnadova @mywhitevelvet

How to plan your wedding around Pantone's 2018 Colour of the Year

Designed by Becs Paterson @ivyandice

"We love dove grey with smokey blue and burgundy. Another beautiful combination is mustard yellow with sage or jewel toned teal. Burnt orange with subtle peaches and heather grey is one to try. Jewel tones of emerald green combined with cream, black and gold is an unexpected twist ." Reesha, Prêt à Papier

Designed by Antonia Roskill @arpartyplanning

"Using colour is a big trend compared to the blush and lighter shades of 2017. Metallics is going to feature in wedding trends following fashion runways. Yellow is going to make an appearance in every season, crisp and bright lemons in spring as well as mustards, marigold and primrose during the cooler months." Reesha, Prêt à Papier

Designed by Bec Minns

"Copper is going to be moving centerstage as it relates to metallics while silver and gold will be taking a back seat . Copper, with its warm undertones will be embraced by more and more couples. And we're going to see this met allic incorporated through their selection of flatware, plate chargers, vases, and candle holders. We will even see it brought to the forefont through stationery with copper foil accents. 2018 will be the year for copper!" Chrissy Arpie Ott, The Perfect Palette

Designed by Jade Leung @jleungwed

"Pastels and icy colours seem to be a thing of the past. The rose gold trend of 2017 is moving to an edgier copper and pewter. The blush and gold trend seems to be finally on its way out! Giving way to dove greys instead of white and dusky mauves instead of blush tones." Reesha, Prêt à Papier

Designed by Natasha Cousins @wildflowerweddingco

Designed by Flavia Fuentes @TyLovesLucy

"Couples are interested in incorporating elements from "Mother Earth", which means very natural, warm 'soil' colours." Cindy Salgado, Cindy Salgado Wedding Design & Events

Designed by Steph Clark @joyweddings.blog

 

Browse more theme ideas for your wedding day here.

Find out more about UKAWP's International Wedding Trend Report 2018 here

 


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