When you begin to work with your vendors on your wedding planning process, you’ll often get asked if you have a color palette in mind already. If you don’t, don’t worry! Your vendors can easily help you create a wedding color scheme that you love! One of our favorite color trends lately is the use of coral tones in wedding flowers. We’ve got a few ideas and suggestions for you on how to use this bright wedding color trend.
There are a lot of different ways that coral tones can be incorporated into your wedding flower bouquets. Whether you’re choosing to go with contrasting tones or neighbors to coral on the color wheel, it’ll add a warm and welcoming aesthetic to your event.
Here are a few ideas on where to add coral floral accents into your event:
table arrangements at the reception
summer wedding bouquets
Basically, anywhere you can use flowers, you can add in pops of this cheerful and bright color. Consider it as an accent rather than the main color to allow it to have more impact.
If your wedding color ideas are tending to be more neutral overall, a contrast of bright coral here and there can make a little look like a lot! Here are a few ideas:
Bud vases will pop on the reception tables when they don’t blend in with the neutral toned linens and plates.
Soft, sage green foliage along with cream toned florals and occasional bright coral tones are a cheerful look for larger arrangements.
Flower crowns for flower girls or bridesmaids with greenery and pops of coral and dusty rose
There are infinite wedding ideas, and we could go on for days!
If you’re feeling like coral might be too bright for your event, consider using a monochromatic palette. When blended with tones such as cream, sand, toffee and rust, coral can be a subtle mid-toned color combination for your overall look for the day. Coral roses, poppies and other florals brighten up a bud vases on your reception tables and add charm to your wedding bouquet.
Remember, your wedding is an opportunity to embrace the flowers of the season, and really have some fun with decorations! Whether it’s a summer or winter wedding, using a bright color alongside your other wedding colors is never a bad idea, especially if it’s the look you dream of for your wedding.
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