Are you recently engaged or planning to get married in the new year and still unsure of what kind of wedding theme you’re going to go with? Dreaming of impressing your guests with the finest of details and décor but indecisive of the style that will? Giant Invitations has put together a stunning style guide, based on each season, to help give you some inspiration. Remember, this is just a guide so if you’re loving the colour scheme for Autumn but your wedding is in Spring, who says you can’t go for it?!
Luxuriously Moody Autumn Wedding
Add a touch of colour to your wedding without overdoing it with this opulent ensemble of decadent gold meeting with deep and dark shades of wine and ocean blue. You can still go with a timelessly traditional white dress, adding in the colours to your bouquet, accessories and bridal party outfits. Add touches of it throughout seemingly mundane wedding essentials to bring them to life, for example your invites and the food.
Dreamy Spring Pastel Affair
If you’re still wanting to keep the celebration chic and romantic without being too feminine, bring together a sea-sky blue and blush pink palette with touches of luxe rose gold throughout to give it a modern feel. By adding in rich greenery throughout the table setting layout, you will really add a natural contrast to break up this pretty and light colour scheme that can often look outdated if not styled properly.
Bloom-Filled Summertime Soiree
By bringing together the simplicity and purity of ivory and pairing it with a complementing sage green, this is the perfect excuse to go crazy with the blooms and to let it do most of the talking in terms of your wedding décor. Place arrangements throughout the venue in copper pots, hanging arrangements, flower walls, arches and decorated life-size block letters.
Timelessly Extravagant Winter Celebration
Pairing the opulent black with the lavishness of gold is truly a match made in heaven and is already screaming sheer elegance. Think black table runners with gold cutlery and rich greenery and white blooms to balance it all out. Don’t forget the desserts, let them play a part in the wedding theme too – think a two-tiered gold cake and rich glittered cake pops!