How to choose colors that make your wedding uniquely you
When planning a wedding, the color scheme is a very important choice. Using one or two colors that blend well will tie everything together – invitations, bridesmaids’ dresses, table decorations, flowers, and more. The chosen colors reflect the personalities of the bride and groom. Although many grooms default to the bride when it comes to choosing colors, some have strong feelings about it. What do you do when you and your fiancé have strong differences about the color scheme?
It’s important to remember that this may be just the beginning of integrating color into your lives! Decorating a home comes next, and in a happy marriage, the home is a reflection of both of you. Working out color choices for your wedding that bring happiness to both of you is a good way to start your new life.
In the photos below, turquoise is the dominant color. Combining blue and a small amount of yellow, it fits on the color scale between green and blue and radiates the peace, calm, and tranquility of blue and the balance and growth of green with the uplifting energy of yellow.
Beneath the photos, you’ll find highlights from Psychology Today that explains how color is reflective of personality.
Black. People who choose black as their favorite color are often artistic and sensitive.