Four Color Palettes for Spring and Summer Weddings

Today, we are sharing our four favorite color palettes for the upcoming Spring and Summer wedding season. Your wedding colors are one of the first decisions you should make because these colors can determine the vibe and style of your wedding which in turn plays a part in what you wear as well as your bridesmaids and groomsmen. We have noticed over the last year that more and more brides are having a hard time deciding on their wedding colors because they feel they have already seen every color palette in weddings of the past. We promise you if you do a quick Pinterest search for wedding color palette you will find a endless amount of color combos and suggestions on how to use those colors. Here are a few of our favorites!

1) Sage and Dusty Rose


With this color palette, we love to idea of the bride wearing something sweet and romantic like this gorgeous off the shoulder gown by Ti Adora Bridal. We love how this gown has just a little hint of color! We would pair this gown with a medium grey tuxedo like this one from Allure Men.


2) Navy and Pastel Peach


We imagine this color palette for a summer wedding in June. Love the idea of the bride wearing a banded lace strapless dress similar to this gown by Lillian West. Of course, with this color palette you can’t go wrong with the groom in Navy.


3) Neutrals


This is one of our favorite palettes for 2019! It just looks so dreamy and goes perfectly with this dreamy beauty, Daphne, by Calla Blanche. This off the shoulder ballgown is light and airy making it the perfect gown for a late spring wedding. We also imagine your groom looking HOT in a little gray tuxedo.


4) Dusty Blues


There is so much you can do with Dusty Blue, and we think you can add so much depth playing with the different shades in the palette. We would pair this with our Cornflower Blue tuxedo by Allure Men and love the idea of the bride wearing a show stopping gown like this beaded beauty by Blush by Hayley Paige.

All photos are from Pinterest.

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Here Comes The Gown : Daphne

The Daphne gown is a showstopper with its lace bodice, plunging neckline and full skirt this gown is perfect for a Fall vineyard style wedding. We love the romantic details this gown offers in the lace pattern and the way the lace drapes off the shoulder. This would be a perfect dress for a local bride getting married at Delmonaco Winery in Baxter or The Meadows in Monterey.


We imagine this wedding to be in early Fall when you could still enjoy an outdoor ceremony near the vineyard. The details for this wedding would be barrels and crates while the color palette would be inspired by wines so you could do everything from cream, rose, red, and burgundy.


After your ceremony, you could arrange a cocktail hour outside as the sun sets. Following sunset, you and your guests would come inside the venue for a sit down meal. We love the idea of doing long farmhouse style tables with minimal decor maybe a runner and some greenery.


Bouquets are one of our favorite things, and we are loving the colors in this one. We also love how it pairs well with the groom’s blue tuxedo. This tuxedo is very similar to our Cornflower Allure Men’s Tux, and it would be the perfect compliment to the Daphne gown.


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Hello Honey Bride - Dannon

We are so excited to share our first Hello Honey bride for 2019, Dannon! When she put on this gown by Goddess By Nature, we knew it was the one!

It was perfect for her loft wedding in Spencer, Tennessee, and we just can’t get over all these gorgeous photos at Fall Creek Falls State Park. With its all over lace, illusion bodice and long sleeves, the Vivienne gown is sure to make a statement. Just scroll through these amazing photos and see for yourself!

Congratulations to our beautiful Hello Honey Bride, Dannon!

Photos by Cali Cheyenne Photography