Plum is a luscious wedding color you might want to give serious thought to. While it can be paired with a variety of colors, for this blog post I have focused on Shades of Plum along with Plum and Gray, Plum and Olive and Plum and Orange.
Plum is similar to pink (dark pink, pale pink, etc.) in that it has a range of intensity, but is still called “plum”. In fact, in its lighter shades it is very close in color to both pink and lavender. I think we generally think of plum as being a saturated and rich, dark color and that is what I have used mostly in the collages.
I am a huge fan of purple but there is a special sophistication to plum that is very appealing.
Shades of Plum Wedding Color – My first collage is “just plum”. The tablescape photo in the collage is a good one in which to see the range of plum shades. The colors range from the very dark plum in the flowers to the light plum in the tablecloth.
Plum and Olive Wedding Colors – I admit that plum and olive is not a combination that is seen a lot, but it creates a refined and unique wedding palette. As I said at the beginning of this post, plum can create a sophisticated palette … and plum and olive illustrates sophistication to the max!
Plum and Orange Wedding Colors – For a stunning color palette for fall, you really can’t go wrong with plum and orange. Orange is somewhat expected for fall but the addition of plum takes it to a new level!
~Collages created by Sher Silver.
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Photo Credits: Shades of Plum: Renee Brock Photography, Cotton and Crumbs, Project Wedding, Etsy Plum & Gray: Kay Meyer Photography, Charlotte Geary Photography, Hazelnut Photography, Confetti Couture, Three Little Blackbirds Cakes, Absolutely Loved Photography Plum & Olive: Artstar, Weddinggawker Plum & Orange: Troy Grover Photographers, Wohnidee, Steve Steinhardt Fine Art Photography