There is something so special about a winter wedding. Icy, sparkling, cozy, and often glamorous, a cold weather celebration is always in style. When it comes to choose your winter wedding colour ,you are going to need to ask yourself what your favorite holiday colours are. Will these work with the date or holiday you have chosen?
In order to choose a palette that will complement one another nicely, you should employ the use of a wheel. When two hues sent opposite each other, they provide unique and classic combinations. For example, on a the wheel, red and green are considered complementary colours. However, you can individualize this colour combination by choosing shades (darker colours) or tints (lighter colours) that would look lovely with one another.
Red and Green Winter Wedding With Rich Tartans
If you are a traditionalist, you will love the classic red, green, and white colour combination for your winter wedding. Really play up the spirit of the season by decorating with rich tartans, metallic gold ribbons, and luxurious place settings with gold chargers. A fabulous look for the bridesmaids would be red, green, and black silk taffeta tartan ball skirts with black velvet strapless tops. Break up all the colour with white flowers for their bouquets. In a fun reversal, the bride can carry red flowers to contrast with her white gown. Instead of standard centerpieces, decorate the reception tables with Christmas tree shaped topiaries planted in gold painted pots. Add small tartan ribbons and white flowers to the topiaries for the perfect finishing touch.
Image credits : Blanket + Pie + Mulled wine Photography:White Loft Studio via stylemepretty | Wedding Dress : rocknrollbride | Wedding cake : Amber Lynn Photography via weddingchicks | bouquet : blog.theknot | bride and groom : bridalguide | table decor : stylemepretty