A wedding theme can be prove to be a very good starting point for a wedding ceremony and in most of the cases it has the role of making things simpler and wedding planning a much easier task. When you decide on a theme, in most of the cases you stop over a particular color, a basic one, from which the entire reception will be adorned and colored in the way you have wished.
So, the main idea that we have to offer to you is related to the basic color of the wedding theme. From this particular tone, you start realizing the wedding flower arrangements; you place the different decorations and so on…. It may sound difficult at the beginning, but we find things much easier in this way and it’s a good starting point if you are your own wedding planner.
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In the following lines, you will be offered a color as the basic one and there will be given suggestions of complementary colors, with which you can easily combine these! Good luck in making up your mind, because you will find it difficult to decide only on one combination!
So, if you made up your mind on making pink the main color for your wedding venue, then it’s just great, because there can be a lot of amazing combinations to be taken into account. There are some that are made in a daring manner and others to confer the air of a happy ceremony, based on the joy of tones.
Combine pink with tones like: green, purple, blue, orange, brown, yellow, white, red or black.
Blue is used as a basic color for weddings that bring one with the idea of ocean, sun, sea or beach. So, you can successfully apply for a marine wedding theme with blue used as basic tone. Another thing that needs to be added, is the fact that you can combine it easily with other tones and create successful contrasts and not only.
So, here are the colors that you can combine blue with: orange, brown, green, pink, purple, white, yellow, black or even red.
Green is the next color to be taken into account. It’s indeed a nice and refreshing tone, which can be used with ease in your wedding ceremony. Also, let’s mention that you can use it with success in the spring or summer weddings and the final visual effect is indeed a refreshing one for the eye.
So, the colors that we would match perfectly with green are: orange, purple, pink, blue, brown, white, yellow, red or black.
In an orange based wedding you are able to express your creativity and joy in different combinations of tones. We find useful to use this bright tone in weddings that take place during the spring, summer and autumn, especially the last season. In this particular type of wedding you can use elements like pumpkins or dry leaves and combine them successfully with colors like: green, purple, pink, blue, yellow, white, black or red.
The colors that can be gorgeously combined with purple in a wedding and in general, are: green, pink, orange, blue, brown, black, red, white or yellow.
Purple is used with success in vintage wedding themes or even in fall theme ones and contrary to what you may think, this tone can prove to be a really interesting basis and really elegant in the same time. Don’t think of it as being too sober, it’s not if you combine it in a productive manner.
The right colors for combinations are: green, orange, pink, brown, blue, red, white, black or purple.
Usually, when one thinks of this color his or her mind goes towards summer, fall or even spring. Combine it with the other tones or colors mentioned and you will obtain marvelous results.
Red weddings sound full of passion and love, but they can also get funny and full of joy (in order to eliminate the romanticism factor), as long as you combine it with the right tones or colors. The ones that seem the most appropriate are: black, purple, white, yellow, brown, orange, pink, blue or even green.
This color is the last suggestion that we have to offer, for colors used in a wedding. As you could observe, almost all the colors can be combined successfully with this one and it would not be a bad idea to mention them once again: orange, pink, purple, blue, green, yellow, red, white or black.