Winter Wedding Colors We’re Looking For


Trends in the wedding industry tend to change often and when you’re getting married, the time of year will most likely reflect the season and the color of that season. It’s very important to create an atmosphere that adds personality and style to your winter wedding and using color is the perfect way to do this. It’s not always just as simple as saying you’ll use one of two colors you like, there are hundreds out there that may look better than others, especially when the snow is falling and your cold outside. Darker colors are what we would recommend in general if you’re having a winter wedding, this goes for bridesmaid dresses and everything else. You’ll find that people tend to wear darker colors as it’s colder and duller in the winter season, this doesn’t mean to say your day is dark and gloomy though, the colors simply add to the beauty of the day.

Rich Purple

Coat your wedding day in the majestic color of rich purple, it’s so complimentary for different figures, but it also makes a beautiful tie and groomsman color too. You can decorate your tables and ceremony in this purple color too add a little royalty to the day. The richness of the dark purple color is sure to add some mystery to your day, but it works well even if the weather outside is frightful. It’s the perfect complimentary base color to accent colors like grey and white and will be a perfect match with wedding dresses. Perhaps also add pale lilac for a softer scheme for your wedding day.

Muted Berry

Contrast a dark ivy with the winterberry colors, and you could have yourself the best and most beautiful winter wedding there is. Berry colors are ideal in the fall months, but when it comes to winter, people forget they even exist. Yet, if you’re willing to put them with some metallic colors such as champagne or ivy, you could have yourself a wedding you’ll never forget. This is even better for winter weddings taking place near Christmas as berry colors are all the trend around this time. The muted berry scheme contrasts well with the accent metallic colors to create a playful delicacy many brides only ever dream of. Plus, muted berries always look amazing for mother of the bride dresses!

Frosted Pastel Gray

While we often associate pastel colors with summer colors such as blush pink and peach, these colors work well with a winter feel too. Make your wedding the ultimate wintery vibe by adding duskier colors such as purple or gray to make it everything you’ve ever wanted. Pastel gray colors are perfect for the frosty days where the snow is falling meaning even if your bridesmaids wear this style and you use it as your base color it will work. Add accent colors such as soft pinks and darker grays to add even more dimension to your wedding day. However, make sure you add some brighter colors in certain places as it can seem dull if you use dark colors everywhere. We would recommend possibly a purple or pink color to add a little light into your big day.


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