2017 is already shaping up to be a bold and beautiful year in the fashion world, and weddings in 2017 are no different. Many brides are already embracing festival themes, plunge dresses, and mixed themes – so what hot color palette is for you this year? Let’s find out.

Fragments of fall: amber, sage green, orange, wood

For a more subtle fall wedding color palette, go for natural and muted tones. Deep, earthy colors like amber, wood, and sage green will blend immaculately, with an added pop of orange to round it all off. Keep the orange in small smatterings like boutonnieres, table centerpieces, and candles.

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Earthy tones: cinnamon, white, evergreen

Go back to basics with this earthy, natural color theme. This is super easy to adapt into your wedding, as the natural colors can be found everywhere. Add a decorative leaf garland to your white cake and adorn with unvarnished, natural wooden signposts wherever you can. Simple and stunning.

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Winter class: lilac, gray, cream

Didn’t we say purples were in this year? Keep it classic this winter with subtle tones of lilac, gray, and cream. These can be incorporated in bridesmaid dresses, flowers, and stationery with ease, and the options for flowers are endless.

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Bold and beautiful: navy, coral, gold

Hop into spring with this colorful theme. Opt for navy suits over black, add a splash of coral to your table settings, and sprinkle gold wherever you can. Metallics are still very much in favor this year, just like last.

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Metallic: rose gold, white, green

Like we said in our last post, 2017 Wedding Trends, metallics are hanging around, but in a much more subtle way this year. Rose gold in particular is a color you will see everywhere. Contrast it with a deep and natural evergreen and plain white. This theme is understated and full of glamor.

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Fragments of fall: cranberry, orange, ivory

If your wedding coincides with the changing of the leaves, what better color palette to choose than one that is reflected all around you? Deep cranberries, popping oranges, and stunning ivory look spectacular this fall. Go wild with your flowers for a mash-up of fall colors, and try out a bold lip to really stand out.

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Moody winter: dark red and gray

A dark and incredibly powerful color palette, this theme needs only two colors and they work deliciously together. Pick out a couple of hues of each color and be confident in your choices. A gray cake? Top it off with blood red roses and your wedding photography will speak volumes.

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Green and gorgeous: gold, burgundy, evergreen

Use the green of spring or summer to contrast deep burgundy and sparkly gold. All three colors are bold and beautiful and work in equal measures. Alternate colors between bridesmaids, glisten and glitter with gold chairs, and carry flowers of stunning red and green.

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