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Gone are the days when the bride and the groom only used to match their outfits for the wedding. These days even the wedding venue follows a colour theme, and, it certainly gives a royal feel to the entire celebration. Thus, your wedding décor, the cutlery, the flowers, the furniture and the centrepiece, all wear a colour of your pre-decided theme to make a powerful statement.
Instead of opting for a single colour, it is worthwhile to have a melange of colours. We present to you some of the hottest wedding colour themes for this season, which will sizzle up your wedding.
The colour of a peacock surely pleases everyone’s eyes. Primary colours of this theme include purple, blue, golden, and teal. Right from the venue to the stage decor, everything can look elegant in these beautiful colour tones.
You can try purple orchids and white roses to decorate the venue. Even a peacock rangoli at the entrance, can speak volumes about your intricate theme. So, enthral your guests with this beautiful peacock palette.
This is the most sophisticated, as well as, the most beautiful combination, which would make your wedding look divine. The subtleness of this theme makes it perfect for both evening, as well as, morning wedding ceremonies.
Using gold satin drapes, as a decoration for the stage is definitely a wonderful idea. Using different variants of pink flowers to decorate the mandap will simply dazzle your wedding. Just as every bride has a desire of a fairy tale wedding, this combination will make it come true.
If colours excite you, then you have all the reasons to go for this chirpy combination. With these vibrant colours, your wedding will become livelier and more cheerful.
Use pink and orange flowers to decorate the mandap and use colourful drapes to match the theme. You can also use satin dupatta to decorate the overhead. Moreover, do not forget to have crystal chandeliers to add some sophistication to this already vivacious theme.
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If you have an evening wedding, then you cannot go wrong with this sparkling metallic theme. Gold, silver and bronze make for a mesmerising combination. You can even make any one colour more prominent than others.
The whole idea in this theme is to keep lights at the minimal and let the colours dazzle. With silver chandeliers and beautiful dropping lights from high ceiling, it will make for a perfect royal wedding theme.
If you are a fan of modern and bright pastel shades, this theme will definitely charm you. These colours soothe your eyes and are perfect for an early morning winter wedding. Darker shades of the colours will look brilliant at night.
Using a matching centrepiece or flowers with these colours can also make an enchanting décor. It is a completely new combination and you can surely make a style statement with this.
This dreamy theme with a touch of gold can look exuberant in every way. With beautiful variations of orchids, roses and carnations, it is possible to decorate your wedding venue beautifully in this theme.
Whether you have an outdoor or an indoor wedding, these colours will look marvellous. Try to use the darker shade of only one colour and prefer a lighter shade of the other to balance this rich colour palette.
Well, who doesn’t like to opt for the best, and when it comes to weddings you cannot go wrong with the numero uno colour of the season marsala. With Pantone declaring marsala as the colour of the year 2015, it is sure to be the most sought-after shade in Indian weddings as well.
You can also add a dab of gold to this colour palette for your wedding theme and be sure to leave an ever-lasting impression on your guests.
Well, you might not have imagined that colours can completely change the look of your wedding venue. Selecting the right colour with the right ambience will only illuminate your wedding further. So, which is your favourite colour theme? Let us know in the comments section below.
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