A trademark of Summer would be vibrant and cheerful colors which beautifully match the usual energetic vibe of the season, and of course, the celebratory atmosphere of weddings! There’s also a lot of ideas for you to play around with like bright florals, fresh greenery, and light, breezy dresses. If you’re building a mood board for your own summer wedding, we know of a few hues that will never go out of style. We’re also throwing in some suggestions on how you can incorporate these colors in a stand out way.
Nothing says summer better than sunflowers. These blooms instantly remind you of the happiness the season brings, and it’s an interesting way to use the color yellow as your motif. Give your invitations more character by using sunflower prints. Then make a grand entrance by having an abundant line of sunflowers along your ceremony aisle.
If you’re going for a tropical feel, you can’t go wrong with orange. Go for the brighter and sunnier tone to get that summer vibe, because warmer shades of orange lean towards the autumn category. This bright hue would look great on bridesmaid dresses to really give your wedding a vibrant pop of color. Another clever idea is to utilize citrus in your decorations! It’s not unusual to see oranges and lemons as part of table scapes and most especially as decorative toppers on your wedding cake. It could be that extra touch of freshness you need.
Light blue is another color that’s so refreshing to see, and it’s one that can also uplift your mood! Consider breezy tulle dresses for your bridesmaids in this motif for that fresh and airy feel. Another idea is to combine bright blue with light green for a color palette that reminds you of the beach and ocean!
A cool tone of violet will also give you that lively atmosphere especially when you go all out with gorgeous flowers. Consider delicate blooms in violet for your floral arcs. You won’t get tired of looking at these in your photos! Violet is also a great color for accent pieces which you can use as part of your table styling and centerpieces — from candle holders, and dainty vases.