Choose the best color palette to decorate your vintage wedding!
Vintage weddings will always be a fascinating choice – both for couples and for their guests. How do you pull off such a sophisticated yet classic wedding theme, though? Even more, how to choose the best color palette for a vintage-inspired wedding day? We have gathered some ideas for you – so read on and find out more.
Peach, pink, brown & ivory. This combination of sophisticated colors works fantastic with vintage themes. However, if you want to make sure your pastels are not too “faded”, we highly recommend that you play around with texture and patterns.
Mauve, lilac and butter yellow. For a spring vintage wedding, this beautiful color combination will make everything seem more timeless, more elegant and more vibrant at the same time too. Don’t be afraid to incorporate some floral prints into the mix too – they will make everything all the more romantic and beautiful!
Honey, stone and beryl. If you are looking for a color palette that’s toned-down with just a pop of color, this is what you need. The stone and the beryl will make everything look timelessly elegant, while the honey shades of yellow will add warmth and energy to the palette.
Peach, navy and olive. Elegant and very sophisticated, this color combination is absolutely perfect if you want your wedding color theme to perfectly incorporate vintage elements from the 1920s and earlier.
Moss, apricot and turquoise. Vibrant and truly fully of youthfulness, this color theme is especially perfect if you want your vintage wedding to be inspired by the fashion of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Lovely and energetic, this color theme is meant to wow everyone at your wedding – but make sure to combine them with an earthy setting, so that everything is beautifully toned down and elegant.
Searching for someone to help you plan and design the perfect wedding day? Contact Event Décor Divas and let’s talk about your vision and ideas! We will make them come true in the classiest and most flawless way there is!
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