Since the selection of colours sets the mood of the entire wedding, it is quite a difficult task to select the right one. After all, the choice of colours holds a special meaning of its own. Also, this will always be remembered whenever you or your guests revisit your D-day memories. So, the selection of a colour-based theme for your wedding should be close to perfection.
You should select a colour that will not only look the best, but will also say something special about your relationship. Here are some suggestions that you can consider if you are still wondering, which colour would add a stylish touch to your big day this wedding season.
The passionate red
Indian weddings do not feel complete without the presence of red. Red is the colour of romance and passion. When the theme of your wedding revolves around red and its beautiful shades, it indicates the energy and passion between you and your spouse. The deeper the shade of the red colour, more subdued is the energy. Colours such as white, gold, ivory, or shades of blue look beautiful when combined with red. Weddings are a traditional affair, so add the colour red to your D-day decor.
Blissful Navy Blue
The new colour that is trending on weddings this year is navy blue. Royal blue is not very far in the hot list either. Navy blue is a sophisticated colour that glorifies the wedding in a very elegant and stylish way. Combination of white, pink, red yellow, turquoise or lime green with navy blue will enhance the beauty of your wedding decorations. After all, blue is the colour of trust and serenity.
Pink is a lovely colour; and using pink as the wedding colour simply evinces the generous and compassionate bond between you and your sweetheart! Especially for the ladies out there, starting from a little innocent girl to a grown up woman, pink and its different shades must have been their favourites. While keeping pink as the main theme colour for your wedding and reception, you can add aqua or navy blue, or white, or more vibrant colours to it. As it is wedding is a ‘dream come true’ event, so decorate it in a very elegant and dreamy style with the colour pink!
Liven up with coral
The pleasant coral colour is the new hit on the Indian wedding scene. It looks amazing when combined with navy blue, turquoise, aqua or white. You could also mix and match different colours. Picking coral as the theme colour will bring out the gentle love that you share with your would-be.
Mellow yellow touch
Be it with vibrant flowers or flowing fabric, yellow is another colour that goes well with the feel of the Indian weddings, besides the colour red. So, take the ‘yellow feel’ a notch up and make it your wedding theme. Decorate your venue, the entryway and the mandap with yellow flowers or fabric. What’s more? You can create mellow effects by using soft yellow lights at your wedding venue effectively and smartly.
The obsession over making the right selection for the wedding theme colour is not silly. It is true that every little detail in a wedding is important and is carefully observed. Thus, it is perfectly alright for you to yell at the florist for bringing in the wrong flowers for your wedding!