One of the first and most important steps in the wedding planning process is choosing your overall color scheme. From old school brights to classic blue, here are some of the trending 2021 wedding colors that you’ll be seeing this year.
While blue has always been a classic wedding color, light blue is rising in popularity for 2021. This playful color works especially well for spring and summer weddings, but can also be combined with darker hues such as navy for winter and fall ceremonies. We recommend creating a beautiful fresh bouquet with some of your favorite blue flowers such as hydrangeas, sweet peas and delphiniums.
This is one of our favorite 2021 wedding colors! Bright and vibrant, papaya orange is a more trendy version of the traditional coral and peach colors you often see at weddings. This accent color looks great with other vibrant hues and earthy tones alike so style it how you see fit with your own wedding decor.
Not only does champagne make a great celebratory beverage, it’s also a trending wedding color for the new year. Neutral colors have become increasingly popular and are expected to remain for 2021. We recommend champagne colored dresses for your bridesmaids for an elegant touch, along with a neutral color palette for your wedding invitations, florals and more.
From deep forest green to a lighter pistachio, green is one of the most universally flattering colors on all skin tones. We expect to see green hues make a comeback as one of the most prominent 2021 wedding colors. Since your bouquet and florals will already include some greenery, bring a fresh feel to your wedding colors by mixing darker and lighter greens together throughout your decor.
Old School Brights
The 80’s and 90’s had some of the most fun colors throughout the decades, and they’re here again for 2021. With bold colors such as fuschia, cerulean and cherry red, this color collection makes creating your color palette a piece of cake. We recommend adding a few statement pieces as well such as a customized neon sign with you and your partner’s names or even a brightly colored tux for the groom!