Pastel Wedding Colors – Seven Dreamy Combinations

If you are having a spring or summer wedding, you might want to consider using pastels or soft colors as your wedding colors. Actually, a pastel or soft-colored palette can work in the winter also; for example, pairing a soft pink with silver or gold. Pastels and soft colors can create a dreamy and romantic look to your wedding palette.

In this blog post I’ll share seven of my favorite wedding color combinations with you to help you decide if you want to go in this direction for your wedding colors.

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Blush Wedding Color: Blush is the softest of pinks and it pairs beautifully with champagne, gold and ivory. This is a luscious palette that will work in spring and summer but also in winter.
Blush Wedding Color

Pink and Gold Wedding Colors: This combination is a step up in color intensity from Blush and Champagne. It is elegant and like the collage above, these colors would also work well in winter, in addition to the obvious spring and summer.
Pink and Gold Wedding

Mint green and Ballet Pink Wedding Colors: This combination works best for spring and summer. These colors also are popular for vintage-themed weddings or Shabby Chic. Ballet pink is a soft pink with peach undertones. Mint Green and Ballet Pink Wedding Colors

Mint Green and Powder Blue Wedding Colors: Perfect for spring and summer this combination works well for outdoor/garden weddings.Powder-Blue-and-Mint-Green-Wedding-Colors

Lavender and Yellow Wedding Colors: Yellow can take on an entirely different look when it is shown in a muted tone. This is a good combination for spring and summer. If you like the colors but are having a wedding in the latter part of the year, you can just pump up the intensity and use purple or even a dark lavender with bright yellow.
Lavender-and-Yellow-Wedding

Lavender and White Wedding Colors: This “crisp” combination has a fresh and springy vibe to it. For later in the year you could use purple with white or silver to achieve a similar color palette.
Lavender-and-White-Wedding-Colors

Pink and Silver Wedding Colors: Even though these colors are soft, they can work for winter, as well as spring and summer. This color palette is not one that I would suggest for a rustic or country wedding. It works best in a formal or semi formal setting.Pink-and-Silver-Wedding-Colors

~ Collages created by Sher Silver ~
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Resources:
Color Story Collages Pinterest Board
Purple Wedding Ideas Pinterest Board
Purple From Exclusively Weddings Pinterest Board
Pink wedding Ideas Pinterest Board
Pink From Exclusively Weddings Pinterest Board
Blue Wedding Ideas Pinterest Board
Light Blue From Exclusively Weddings Pinterest Board


Photo Sources: Blush :
 [1] NA [2]Amy & Jordan Photography [3] NA [4]NA [5] Jenny Tamplin [6] NA –  Pink & Gold: KT Merry Photography, sweetandsaucyshop.com, Martha Stewart Weddings, Wedding Chicks, 100layercake.com  – Mint & Ballet Pink:  Martha Stewart, Lauren Kinsey,KT Merry Photography, Design Label, SprinkleBakes, flickr – Mint Green and Power Blue:  Carrie Patterson Photography, Wedding and Party Network, Q Weddings, Hello Naomi, La De Dah Cakery, Lov at First Sight – Lavender & Yellow:  Colin Cowie Weddings, Ashah Photography, Centsational Girl, The Perfect Palette, Straton Hall, Sharneledollar, The Knot, Shannon Lee Images – Lavender & White: Sutherland Kovach Studio, Natural Expressions Wedding Photography, Sunday Suppers, Alabama Weddings Magazine, Polly Wreford  – Pink & Silver:  Bobbette & Belle, Purity Bride blog, Twiggi, Boston Avenue Photo Co., Weddingbee

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About Sher Silver

Sher Silver has been active in the bridal industry for more than 25 years. She was on the Pace Communications’ team that launched Elegant Bride magazine and she served as its VP/General Manager. In 1991, she was asked to start up the Exclusively Weddings’ division for Pace and develop its catalog and product line of wedding accessories, favors and wedding party gifts. Once the original assortment of products was successful, she soon laid the groundwork for adding wedding invitations to Exclusively Weddings’ assortment. This included printing them in-house, so that exacting standards could be adhered to. She brought together an array of wedding invitation designs and price points that incorporated a mix of styles from classic to contemporary. Elegant and tasteful, these invitations set a fresh, new precedent in the industry and Exclusively Weddings continues to be known for offering invitations with both style and value. In addition, Sher has a passion for developing products that make it easier for brides to plan their weddings. She conceived, developed, and was editorial director of The Handbook of Wedding Invitations and the popular wedding planning system, The Organized Bride®. She has also created a wide variety of innovative, best-selling wedding products such as personalized wedding day totes for bridesmaids, Daddy’s Girl® frame, “To Dry Your Tears®” hanky for mother of the bride, personalized pouches for wedding rings, wedding welcome bags for out of town guests and more! Sher loves helping brides with questions they may have about their big day and providing valuable information and ideas to make wedding planning easier.

2 thoughts on “Pastel Wedding Colors – Seven Dreamy Combinations

  1. Who is the designer for the lavender and white dresses? Also what is the exact color called? I have been looking everywhere for this color!

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    • I don’t know who the designer is on the dresses. The color shown is lavender but I’ve noticed that some dress manufacturers call all sorts of colors lavender! The color shown is a pinkish-purple color. I sure hope you can find what you are looking for. I’ll be on the lookout as well.

      Best wishes,
      Sher Silver

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