Our Top Wedding Colors for Spring

Weddings are constantly evolving, and each year, new trends emerge that breathe fresh life into our old traditions. As 2023 creeps closer to the end, our team at Party at the Moontower is already looking forward to what 2024 promises for our happy couples. This year, we saw a reemergence of color and bold, bright color schemes, and we expect that to continue into 2024. If you’re planning a spring wedding, we’d like to share some of our top spring wedding colors for your nuptials. Let’s make your big day even more colorful with these delightful hues.

Bright Bold Color Palettes 

Bright and bold color palettes are perfect for a spring wedding, adding a vibrant and lively touch to the celebration. There are endless options, from shades of pink and orange to bold blues and greens. For an extra pop of color, incorporate fresh florals or textured linens into your decor. Overall, a bright and bold color palette will make your spring wedding a memorable and joyful occasion.

Green Earthy Color Palettes 

Green, earthy colors are perfect for a spring wedding color palette, evoking a sense of new beginnings and growth. Consider using shades of olive green, sage, or eucalyptus as a base color for your decor, and pair it with other earthy tones such as browns, beiges, or creams. Add a pop of color by incorporating fresh florals into your arrangements. Consider using wooden accents like farm tables or wooden chairs for a more natural and rustic look. Using green earthy colors for your spring wedding color palette will create a timeless and elegant look that will impress your guests.

Citrus Color Palettes 

A citrus color palette is an excellent choice for a spring wedding, adding a bright and refreshing touch to your celebration. Pairing greens, oranges, and neutrals together creates a harmonious and balanced look. Consider using shades of lime green as a base color for your decor, and pair it with pops of orange and neutral tones such as beige or cream. To complement the citrus color palette, consider incorporating fresh flowers such as tulips or daffodils, which are perfect for spring. Use geometric shapes or patterns in your decor for a more modern and playful look. These colors are a fun and lively choice to bring joy and energy to your special day.

Jewel Tone Palettes 

If you want to go more luxurious for a spring wedding, Jewel tones add a rich and sophisticated touch to your celebration. Deep shades of emerald green, sapphire blue, ruby red, or amethyst purple as the base color for your decor paired with other jewel tones create a cohesive look. For even more glamor, incorporate metallic accents such as gold or silver. A jewel-tone color palette is perfect for a spring color palette wedding for those who want to create a luxurious and sophisticated ambiance.

Classic Spring 

Using a color palette of pinks, oranges, gold, green creates a romantic and timeless look for years to come. The subtle shade variations with gold accents creates a warm and inviting ambiance, perfect for a spring wedding celebration. Lots of greenery and delicate florals adds that fresh spring element to the overall look. For an added touch class, incorporate metallic gold accents, such as table runners or candleholders.

If you’re planning a spring wedding and need help picking out rentals to match and coordinate with your colors, reach out today and we can help you make your spring wedding come alive!

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