Top 10 Ideas of Wedding Colors for 2020
2019 is over and it’s high time to start planning your 2020 wedding. We recommend you to make the first step to deciding on your wedding colors. That’s why, we have prepared 10 color combinations for weddings, which will be the trendiest in the upcoming year.
Would you like to have a romantic wedding in blush and grey hues or want to have fun at your teal and orange celebration? Let’s see what option is the most suitable for you.
Blush and Grey
It’s one of the most romantic color combinations for a wedding, which looks outstanding no matter what season you are getting married at. We recommend to opt for soft hues of both colors, like light blush and dove grey. However, the brighter variants will also be cool. By the way, if you wish, you can use pastel pink instead of blush as it also looks very beautiful if combined with grey.
Cinnamon Rose and Dusty Rose
These colors look fantastic together. Such a combination looks very fresh and unusual. The only minus is that there are still no so many decorations and other wedding supplies in this color scheme. So, you will need to spend some time on the search of the proper items.
Such a color combination looks very stylish and elegant. It became pretty popular in 2019 and its popularity is most likely to grow in 2020. It’s better to make blush the main color or use these hues 50/50. Too much navy may look a bit gloomy. For instance, if to talk about a wedding bouquet, you can use flowers of blush color and add some navy blue décor to them, like berries or a silk ribbon.
Mint and Forest Green
It’s rather an unusual combination for wedding décor, but it looks astonishing and I think it’s the best fit for summer weddings. Combination of mint and forest green looks very fresh and aligns with the nature. Pantone recommends going with neo-mint hues as they are very soft and gender-neutral
Ice Blue and Hot Pink
Such a mix of colors looks very bright and is the perfect choice for a spring or summer wedding. My personal piece of advice is to make ice blue the main color while applying hot pink accents. In such a way, your wedding décor won’t be too bright but will look very stylish. And if you do vice versa, your guests may be confused with too much pink at your nuptials.
Burgundy and Greenery
The combination of these dark hues looks very elegant and stylish. The warmth of burgundy helps to balance cold greenery. It’s a great variant for a fall or winter wedding. Moreover, these colors look amazing at rustic weddings. However, if you add some pink, peach or blush hues to these colors, you will get a perfect color scheme for a spring wedding.
White and Greenery
When we think about wedding colors, many of us consider classic white and green color scheme as it looks very festive and natural. Moreover, it never goes out of fashion and suits all seasons. You may also dilute this color combination with some grey shades. Also, ivory can be used instead of white.
Sage Green and Light Terracotta
This earthy combination of wedding colors looks very stylish and is ideal for a fall wedding. You may opt for traditional terracotta but the light hues look more romantic and soft. At the same time, darker shades of green may look great. However, avoid using too bright colors.
Powder Blue and Aqua
Blue is rather a traditional color for wedding color schemes. However, this time we recommend opting for powder blue with greyish hues. The brighter accents can be made with the help of aqua hue, which will be one of the trendiest colors of 2020 according to Pantone.
Teal and Orange
It’s rather a bright combination of colors, which works the best for summer and fall weddings. Teal is a cute combination of blue with green, which is a color of rejuvenation. And it looks very stylish if combined with orange. Also, you may add some hues of white and ivory or gold.