How to choose your wedding
What are your favourite colours?
Consider the season
It’s important to think about what season you’ll be getting married in. As you’re colours will be influenced by this decision.
For instance, if you’re getting married in the Spring, you’ll want colours that a light and pop. You want them to feel inspirational and bright.
Alternatively, if your wedding is in the autumn, you’d be looking at warm and cosy colours.
Even the textures you use can be influenced by the time of year. As for an autumn wedding you’ll be looking at tartans, wood, wool and other such things so as to create that warmth in your colour palette.
Will your colours work on clothing?
Are you having a theme?
If you’re having a theme, this helps to narrow down a colour pallet. Like this 70’s styled shoot, the colours were oranges, yellows, ivory and leaf greens. By having chosen a strong theme, it made the colours easy to choose and work with.
Don’t follow trends
When you look back on your wedding photos, you will not want to look back on a trend that came and went.
Try to think about what you always go back to. If your home has always had a modern touch, then go with that. Or has an earthy feel, then that’s your best bet.
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