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I created a group for this, but I'm curious about how other couples chose their colors... Do you start with one color to represent each of you?

Kaili and I definitely have our own two colors and will be carrying the purple & green theme throughout the wedding theme



I like that you both chose your own two colors, I'm interested to see how they turn out in the actual design of your wedding day. I would normally suggest choosing a smaller palette of three colors, but this is almost a two color palette. It works! :) Do you have an inspiration piece or an Inspiration Board to go with it?


It's a bit of a challenge pairing it down to 3 colors when you love color so much!


Our favorite season is winter but being that our wedding was days before Christmas, we didn't want our wedding to look "christmassy", so we went with the colors that nature gives us on the really short days of winter in the arctic. We get these amazing sunsets sometimes that are peach and pink and reflect off the snow...



Red is fabulous. We are having a Tim Burton inspired wedding so Black was also a must, we threw in some tiny splasings of white for the contrast..... It's looking pretty hot!


We haven't had our formal wedding (yet) but we are planning! I have changed my mind several times about color schemes but I always come back to deep red, chocolate brown, and cream/champagne. These colors are elegant and reminiscent of Autumn which is when I met my husband.
The bride's maid's dresses will be a rich brown silk accented with a red sash and cream-colored dahlias. As for my dress, it will be cream silk accented with a brown sash. I think it will be a lovely wedding. ;)


I love the idea of creating a color for each half of a couple! I'm a wedding gown designer and I've had a few brides mention this idea - it is so brilliant! Right now I'm trying to come up with perfect colors for my new website, and visualizing my ideal 'couple' to represent with colors is making my head burst.


I think black and black sums up my couple or married life.


I think lilac and gold together are amazing >w<


I had gold and ivory.



Our wedding palette is both of our favorite colors (mine is green and his is blue), we just chose shades that complimented everything else we wanted, like an outdoor woodsy spring wedding, and paired it with some nice neutrals.
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