Red has always been associated with love, passion, and romance which is why the month of February, Valentine’s season in particular, is always bursting with this rich color. It’s also no wonder why shades of red make such beautiful wedding motifs, because you can go for a range of looks from sultry and elegant to bold and lively. Burgundy, Marsala, Ruby, and what have you, red hues will always be an eye-catching pop of color when they’re incorporated in your wedding details. If you’re thinking about how to put together a red wedding motif, we’ve rounded-up a couple of ideas that will give you some inspiration! Check out how these weddings made use of red in clever and gorgeous ways.
Mark and Iya
You’ll love how consistently the couple used a deep shade of red from the bridesmaids’ dresses and their matching sandals, the invitations with a bold red accent, down to the details of the cake.
Ephraim and Charis
Ephraim and Charis incorporated red accents in their wedding through their couple tattoos with pops of red ink, matching sneakers with red lining, and the groom’s dapper red suit!
Allein and Kaye
In this wedding, you’ll want to take note of the entourage dresses in two shades of red–dark red, and a brighter hue. Though monochromatic, choosing different shades will add a bit of contrast and variation to your bridal squad’s look. Red was also applied in the lighting during the reception which adds to the warm and romantic mood of the wedding!
Ken and Belen
Pairing red with a more metallic color like gold is also another beautiful motif, and a sophisticated one at that! Just take a look at how classy the multi-tiered wedding cake is with patches of gold and red roses. The bride, Belen, also opted for an all-red bouquet which gives a fun and vibrant pop of color against her white wedding dress!
Cris and Loren
You can also combine red with neutral colors so it will stand out more, just like in Cris and Loren’s wedding. The groom, Cris, was the center of attention in a burgundy suit while his groomsmen wore muted colors. The red accents on the table styling will immediately catch your eyes as well!
Julius and Gian
Red can also be complemented by other warm colors such as orange and yellow. This will give you an Autumn-like palette which is always so elegant! You can choose to make red the more dominant color through the bridesmaids dresses, flowers, and tableware.