With summer just around the corner and wedding season upon us, we were inspired to share our 5 favorite color combinations to create a romantic wedding. Whether you have a garden venue, or an indoor enchanted day, we are here to help transform your wedding into the perfect day. We love helping our brides choose the perfect color palette for their special day. It is important to create a palette based on an overall feel rather than sticking with only one color. Opening up the palette to a feeling allows texture, gradient, and color theory to enhance your event experience.

1. Blush, Sage & Ivory

A soft blush with mixed ivory and white tones encompass a dreamy and enchanted feel. This softer look is beautiful for a garden wedding or something more traditional and classic. We love incorporating a variety of blush and sage tones and keeping these colors grounded with classic Ivory tones.

2. Neturals and Greens

Neutral colors create a calming, minimalist feel that can either edge on earthy or modern. We love using grey as a neutral when our clients want to evoke a more modern feeling with their event. Grey fits perfectly with other naturals from taupe to stark white. Next to soft greens, the overall look is perfect for the modern or earthy bride.

3. All Neutral

A mixture of soft light tones can bring a bright and airy feel to your romantic wedding day. While it may seem boring, choosing an entirely neutral palette of white, taupe, and cream can create a calming, clean design. We recommend selecting luxe fabrics and textures to create visual interest between the similar colors.

4. Soft Blue, Ivory & Champagne

There is nothing as classic as the combination of ivory and champagne. When added, powder blue adds a whimsical touch to your romantic color palette. This addition takes the design from classic to a modern romantic look which we think is to die for!

5. Berry Tones, Blush & Ivory

If you love blush and ivory but are natural drawn to color, including berry tones is a great way to get the best of both worlds! The berry and rose colors brings in a richer and warmer feel to the color palette while the softer blush tones and neutrals allow the event to feel light and airy. This color palette is perfect for any time of the year!

If you want to see these color palettes in action, visit our Portfolio page or view one of our favorite romantic weddings here!

Photography by Mary Claire, Ashley Rae, and Kenzie Victory

Written by Heather Pace for Rachael Ellen Events


5 Color Combos for a Romantic Wedding