5 Colour Schemes for your 2019 Wedding

5 Colour Schemes for your 2019 Wedding

Wine Red and French Navy


A rather classic and very British combination. This was popular this year, probably due to the Royal Wedding, but it looks as if it’s going to continue in popularity into 2019.



Black, Gold and Ivory


Simple and classy; a very art deco look. This is the perfect combination for a wedding with a ‘Great Gatsby’ feel. So, grab your flapper dresses and party like it’s the Roaring Twenties!



Burnt Orange, Scarlet Red and Vintage Rose

This combination will look stunning in the Autumn against the natural amber landscapes. Embrace this time of year, as leaves fall, pumpkins appear and the scarves start to come out.



Lavender and Pale Antique Gold

These two are a really elegant mix, as the Lavender’s soft pastel hues compliment the bold metallic look of the Pale Antique Gold. It’s also a combination which isn’t limited to a specific season and stands out all year round.
Blush and Pale Mint

Blush has gone from strength to strength in recent years, as its popularity continues to grow. However, it now has a contender. 2018 has seen the rise of the greens with Mints and Sages proving they’re equally as popular. So, it stands to reason that these two power colours would work well as a combination.