3 Best Wedding Color Combinations for 2013

3 Best Wedding Color Combinations for 2013

Choosing the perfect color combo for your wedding is crucial. After all, everything hinges on your color selection from the flowers to the foyer. Keep your wedding fresh and fashionable by selecting one of the on trend color combinations for 2013.

Pink and Brown Wedding

First of all, pastels are all the rage for Spring 2013, so plan accordingly with a pastel pink and light brown wedding. Flower options in pink are endless, while light brown provides a neutral and airy backdrop for delicate pink touches.

Peach and Green Wedding

Moving into Summer 2013, opt for this combination of color. Consider a fresh theme featuring foliage in brilliant hues that match this color choice. For a more flirty wedding, keep things simple with orchids, roses, or hydrangeas in these hues.

Black and White Plus Color

If you prefer a more contemporary and modern wedding select a black and white backdrop that is accented by a single pop of color. Some of the most popular colors for this scheme include purple, green, and pink. Remember to use the pop of color sparingly, and go with a bolder choice rather than the popular pastels for emphasis.

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