In the midst of buzzwords like “shabby chic” and “rustic,” it’s not as common to find timeless, modern weddings. It’s the unique choice to make, to go with a sophisticated, fashion-forward celebration. From classic black and whites, to crisp reds, we’re here to share some modern color schemes that are not only gorgeous and contemporary in style, but are a bit outside-the-box in choice. Duos and trios of colors can all be stylized and used in modern, chic ways. Let’s get inspired!
Feminine and bold, there’s nothing too delicate about this gorgeous setup. The mix of reds, pinks and purples makes for such a vibrant and vivacious, picturesque place to celebrate. It’s formal and luxurious without being kitschy or expected. If you’ve got a knack for dramatic style, this scheme could fit you and your big day just right. Wow your family and friends with this special and playful design idea.
White, Pink & Green
We love how this color scheme pulls in some organic and refreshing beauty. It has a youthful vibe and not as formal as its predecessor. But, formality doesn’t mean modern. It’s clean and concise, but also an outside-the-box approach to creating a contemporary, fashion-forward wedding. This is a perfect choice for a couple whose style is more trendy by nature, it’s also a great choice if you’ve decided on a spring, daytime wedding or even something that will be held outside.
A timeless color trio that will never go out of style, royal blue, crisp white and a deep, dark midnight will take on a fresh, contemporary approach to the usual soft and girly day of decor. Fit for a queen, a downtown hotel or even an evening in the park, these shades certainly place well together. This trio is much more traditional in style, so if you considered yourself a traditional bride wanting and creating the perfect bridal experience, this could be the scheme for you!
Modern style doesn’t always mean sharp edges and hard surfaces. Sometimes, a modern, fashion-forward style can be just as touchable as the most romantic and delicate of design ideas. We love the combination of white, cream and a pop of happy yellow! We also love how easy these shades fit within a giant scope of venues and themes. From garden parties to country clubs, yellow always finds a sunny spot to shine.
Purple is known for its royal feel, so it’s only natural that a sense of luxury and high-brow style is evoked when used throughout wedding day decor. And the mixing of shades and complimentary white tones not only create a sense of drama, but also a bit of sexiness too. Purple certainly isn’t a color that’s closely associated to weddings, but you’d be surprised how bridal your celebration will be when a bit of these tones are added to it.