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Tips For Adding A Splash Of Color to Your Wedding Style

Before you start planning your wedding, we suggest getting a mood board - Wedding Soiree Blog by K’Mich, Philadelphia’s premier resource for wedding planning and inspiration

The 11 Ultimate Areas To Add Color Scheme to Fall Weddings


Planning your wedding can be overwhelming, but taking a step back to create a mood board can help you define your unique style and vision. Before we dive into the details of your special day, let's start with the basics. By creating a mood board, you'll be able to distill your aesthetic and bring it to life. Take a look at ours, featuring fall colors like rosy brown, dim gray, black, and dark sea green - a perfect match for our stunning bouquet and spaghetti eyelet dress from Daarlarna Collection.

As you start thinking about your own wedding colors, you might be wondering where to even begin. Do you go bold with bright oranges and yellows, or play it safe with more muted tones? And what about those neutrals - will they complement your wedding dress or get lost in the background? We're here to help you navigate the world of color schemes and make your wedding planning journey a whole lot easier.

So, let's talk about the 11 ultimate areas to add color scheme to your fall wedding. From your wedding dress to your decorations, we'll cover it all. Whether you're going for a classic and elegant look or something more modern and edgy, we've got you covered.   


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As we discussed earlier, creating a mood board can help you define your unique style and vision for your fall wedding. And what's a better way to bring that vision to life than with a thoughtful color scheme? Your wedding is a celebration of the love between you and your spouse-to-be, and it should reflect that. So, where do you start?

While you don't have to add color to every single aspect of your wedding, just a few strategic splashes can make a huge difference. That's why we've put together the 11 ultimate areas to add color scheme to your fall wedding. From your wedding dress to your decorations, we'll cover it all.

So, let's dive into the details and explore how you can add color to your:



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How to - Wedding Color Scheme Tips

1. Before the big dayWedding Invitations
This is where you can get very creative.  When sending out your invitations, add some color with the paper or the font. You can even get envelopes that correlate with your wedding colors to make things pop. Use the colors you intend to use for your wedding to make things consistent.
Incorporate your wedding color to your invitations - Dark emerald green velvet wedding invitation - Wedding Color Schemes for Fall - Wedding Soiree Blog by K’Mich, Philadelphia’s premier resource for wedding planning and inspiration - parler studio on instagram
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2. Your Wedding Dress, Bridal Party or Accessories
(a.) Wedding Dress
Though many brides still opt for the traditional white dress, many brides are choosing colored wedding dresses that showcase their unique styles. If you do not want your whole dress to be in color, you can choose one that has a few splashes of color. See Daalarna Wedding Collection for more ideas
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If you are still wanting to wear a traditional white dress, you can have your bridal party and flower girl wear colorful dresses. There are so many options, and you can always tie the flower girl dress in with the bridesmaid dresses.
(b-c.) Bridesmaids + Flower Girl Dresses

Wedding Color Schemes For Fall - Flower girl sequin champagne dress -Wedding Soiree Blog by K’Mich, Philadelphia’s premier resource for wedding planning and inspiration - esty

(d.) Accessories - Garter or Shoes
This could be where you add your "something blue". As the bride, you are likely to be wearing a headpiece of some sort. Whether you opt for a tiara, a floral headpiece, or a veil, you can incorporate your "something blue" into whatever you choose to wear. If you choose to wear pieces of jewelry, such as bracelets or necklaces, try and pick something that compliments your entire wedding vibe. If you opt for a garter, you can add your "something blue" or add your wedding colors.

Garter

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Shoes
Wear shoes that have color in them. If you choose classic heels or flats, choose a pair that is colorful. Hint: Your "something blue" with bling added!

Wedding Color Schemes For Fall - Badgley Mischka women's royal dress pump - bling open-toe shoes - something blue - Wedding Soiree Blog by K’Mich, Philadelphia’s premier resource for wedding planning and inspiration - badgleymischka

3. Your Floral Arrangement - Floral + Corsage Combo
Flowers are one of the easiest ways to tie some color into your wedding. Whether it is in your bouquet, a boutonniere, or a floral centerpiece, there are so many uses for flowers that can help you add some color to your wedding.

Wedding Color Schemes For Fall - flowers are one of the easiest way to incorporate color -With loose waves and a lush headpiece of mauve and magenta blooms, the first sequinned look takes a relaxed approach -  by Alana Taylor - Wedding Soiree Blog by K’Mich, Philadelphia’s premier resource for wedding planning and inspiration

4. Your Ceremony + Reception 
Depending on your venue, you can make your entrance colorful. Entertain your guests at the same time while adding a splash of color here. Add live statues with a long aisle runner that features one of your wedding colors. Also, if space allows, you can use arches of flowers along the walkway for a unique look and a splash of color.

(a.) Ceremony  Entrance


Wedding Color Schemes For Fall- depending on your venue,you can add color here. Entertain your guests while adding color to the entrance - Wedding Soiree Blog by K’Mich, Philadelphia’s premier resource for wedding planning and inspiration
Related:  How To Keep Your Guests Entertained
(b.) Your Reception Tables
Skip the linen altogether and opt for colorful chairs to help add even more color if you want a more solid background.

Wedding Color Schemes For Fall - Skip the linens and add colorful chairs to your reception tables - Wedding Soiree Blog by K’Mich, Philadelphia’s premier resource for wedding planning and inspiration - thewedlists
Photo Source: The Wed List

5. Your Wedding Cake
Your wedding cake provides ample opportunity to add color. You can also opt for a candy bar if you don't want to add color your to your cake. Your cake can be a neutral color and have candy that represents various colors (ie. your wedding color(s)) to make it more colorful.

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Photo Source: Julia Kedyarova

6. After the wedding
Once your big day has come and gone, you will want to send thank you cards to those who gave you gifts or helped you prepare for the celebration. To tie things up, use thank you cards to mimic the wedding invitation envelope to complete your wedding vibe.

And there you have it! With these 11 ultimate areas to add color scheme to your fall wedding, you'll be well on your way to creating a beautiful and cohesive celebration that reflects your unique style and love story. Remember, adding color scheme doesn't have to be overwhelming - start with small touches and build from there. And don't forget to have fun with it!

The 11 Ultimate Areas To Add Color Scheme to Fall Weddings

Final Thoughts
There are ample opportunities to add splashes of color to your wedding. If you need help figuring out how to incorporate these tips into your big day, be sure to follow us on IG, Pinterest, and subscribe to our blog for more great ideas like this. With our expert guidance and inspiration, you'll be able to bring your unique vision to life in no time!


About the author: Keren Michele is the lead planner of K’Mich Event Planning & Consulting. She has a creative talent for organizing unique weddings and events and is dedicated to sharing ideas that are helpful to couples planning their own wedding. 


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