Winter Wedding Color Trends


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Dreamy Winter Weddings
A winter wedding is inherently romantic. Here are 8 warm and inspiring color palettes for a cool winter wedding.

Choosing Your Winter Scheme
Choose 2-3 primary colors and 1-2 accent shades. Start with your primary color first and then choose your accessory colors from there. has amazing color trends for your winter wedding. Please scroll through to see the color pictures to help you be inspired for your winter wedding and then click here to view their article. They have great ideas for your winter wedding and to help you achieve your dream wedding color scheme.

Sage, Silver, Custom Green, Black : Gentle and unassuming, this palette of greens feels fresh and natural. Sage is a soft shade—a romantic neutral that livens up when paired with pink, white, or a medley of oranges.
Classic Gray, Charcoal, Teal, Winter White : Gray is a beautiful base color. Keeping it monochromatic with a variety of gray shades maintains a sophisticated aesthetic—perfect for winter weddings. For a more youthful and playful spin, simply add a high energy hue, like teal!
Burgundy, Champagne, Cream Rose, Blush : Rich and warm, burgundy shows off its softer side when paired with soft pinks and champagne. Like the color of a fine wine, this pinky-red is gorgeous on bridesmaid dresses, in signature drinks, and planted in bouquets.
Gold, Champagne, White, Custom Tan : Perfect for a wintertime wedding, this palette glistens with warmth and ambiance. Gold in your palette offers a treasure trove of inspiration for a candlelit evening wedding, horse drawn sleigh ride, and crystal embellished decor.
Navy, Ice, Charcoal, Sunset : Traditional yet trendy, navy blue is a color that always pairs nicely with others. Add a pop of preppy to your winter wedding by mixing sunset orange into your florals and accessories.
Lavender, White, Sugar, Slate : Soft, subtle and feminine, lavender is a delicate purple that especially speaks to the vintage-loving bride and groom. Pairing this pretty purple with slate, sugar, and white introduces a more rustic look and feel.
Ice, Silver, Blush, Custom Blue : With a nod toward a French Country look and feel, this powdery palette lifts the spirits and leaves lots of room for your personality to shine through.
Black, Strawberry, White, Sage : For a twist on tradition, this holiday color scheme—featuring black, strawberry, white, and sage—goes together like Christmas trees and twinkling white lights. These bold and neutral hues will look fun and festive scattered across your florals and decor.


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