Trying to decide what colour scheme you should have at your wedding? Then let us help with this round-up of the top colour trends for 2020 weddings. These include some of the most popular colours that we have seen over the years, but also some new contenders… From strong blues and greens to soft champagne, there is something for everyone this year!
The top colour trend for this year is Classic Blue, as it is Pantone colour of the year! Classic Blue is often incorporated into weddings in the bridesmaid’s dresses or table décor for a flair of colour. Incorporate our Chelsea Blue petals into your day by sprinkling them along your aisle or scattering them across the tables.
For some ideas of how to incorporate classic blue into your wedding theme see our Pinterest Board here.
Living Coral is another hot wedding trend for 2020. Featured in every wedding magazine for summer inspiration, coral has long been a favourite with summer brides. Coral can be paired with grey for unique take on this modern wedding colour, or with dark green foliage for a fresh and botanical feel.
Our favourite coral weddings are rustic country style weddings where coral shades can be found decorating barns or outdoor venues. For some inspiration, make sure you have a look at our Coral Wedding theme Pinterest Board perfect for 2020!
Another trend that can be seen in every wedding magazine this year is classic champagne. Champagne weddings have been amongst the most popular for many years and brides are now even having Champagne wedding dresses as opposed to white. Often paired with bursts of foliage for a pop of green, this colour scheme looks beautiful against any skin tone – no wonder it is so popular!
This theme is perfect for a traditional, classic wedding – especially a Catholic or Jewish ceremony. If this is the theme for your big day, make sure you have a look at our Cream or Ivory petals which are a perfect match for this theme.
The last key colour trend for 2020 that you have to know is green! In both Mint and Forest Green, this theme is perfect for any wedding venue and any location. Green is one of the most versatile colours and can be paired with gold or silver for a luxurious look, or blush pink for a vintage or country theme.
More modern ways of incorporating green into your wedding include these geode cakes which are certainly unique! If you are looking for ideas of how to incorporate greens into your wedding then don’t forget to have a look at our Pinterest Board here. Some also of our favourite petal choices for green weddings, including our Winter Mix, Orchard Mix and Apple Green.
If you are having a more muted light green or blue wedding, make sure you have a look at our Sage Green Hydrangeas or our very popular Springtime Mix.
We hope you enjoyed our round up of the top wedding themes for 2020, let us know if you are incorporating any of these colours into your big day!