Deciding about the color palette is one of the first things you should do during your wedding planning. It should influence all other aspects of your wedding day – from decorations, and flower arrangements to bridesmaid dresses.
For some people choosing wedding color for their wedding is a piece of cake. For others, it can be overwhelming. If you are having a wedding in 2022 these are the shades that every wedding expert will recommend. So are we!
Yellow like Lemons
Wedding experts say that yellow is the color you should say yes to this year. It is a bright and beautiful color that provokes happiness in people. The best part? There are many shades you can work with.
You can combine yellow with white, for a bright and summery theme. Go for a brown base if you would like something more classy.
When it comes to flowers, many of them can be found in a beautiful yellow shade. From sunflowers to daffodils – it is up to you which one you will include in your wedding bouquet.
White, cream, champagne, brown, and everything in between – the neutrals are classic and they are here to stay. These shades are so easy to work with when it comes to wedding decor. You can combine them with other shades or simply leave everything in the same shade.
However, wedding experts suggest leaving these shades for late summer or early autumn weddings.
Purple According to Pantone
If you are having a wedding this year, then you should definitely consider this rich and romantic hue to be your wedding color. Very Peri is the Pantone color of the year 2022. This lavender shade will make your wedding look more fresh yet very glamorous in combination with other shades and greenery.
Pairing Very Peri with other bold shades like pink, purple, coral, yellow, or even classic black is possible and will make your wedding look one of a kind.
Even though pastel shades are dominating for the last couple of years, wedding experts say that they are happy to see more and more bold shades at weddings. Vibrant shades become more popular than those classic all-white and gold palettes.
If you are not feeling comfortable enough about including bold shades for your wedding, start small. Combine one bold shade like pink or purple with blush or blue.
When you are having a wedding in summer, it is impossible to miss earth tones. This year go for something more earthy like rust, amber, brown, cognac, and olive green.
Even if this color palette seems like something you should use in winter and fall weddings, you can actually use it during the whole year. It will definitely feel different in spring, but give it a try. You won’t be disappointed.
One of the biggest trends you will see this year is all the shades of green. From sage to emerald green – we are seeing everything this year. Depending on your personal style and wedding type you can combine some of these shades with different greenery as well as other bold shades (like pink or purple).
Emerald green will look great when combined with other jewel shades, like blue. On the other hand, sage and pastel green will look great with neutrals and gold details.