A reflection of you
First and foremost, surely, is that your nuptials reflect you – both as individuals and as a couple. Thus, choosing wedding colours you both love is key to making sure your day is as unique as you are.
Tying it all together
When you’re tying the knot, making sure all the elements work together in harmony is pretty important. From the wedding invitations to the outfits, flowers, cake, decor and beyond, the colours you choose will run throughout each, creating a co-ordinated look where every separate aspect complements the others.
A helping hand
Letting your suppliers know your colour scheme can be key to what they create. This helps to provide clear direction for everyone – from your Liverpool wedding videographer to the cake designer, florist, outfitters and venue. Even if the colour palette is fairly fluid, it will still help your suppliers visualise the effect you want to achieve.
Setting the tone
Your colour scheme can really determine the mood of a wedding. Would you prefer chic city-style monochrome shades, country pastels or bright, seasonal colours, for instance? Each creates a distinct atmosphere and creates a unique look.
Complementing the venue
The backdrop is key, so make sure to consider whether any considered colour schemes will complement the setting created by the venue or clash with it – the former being the desirable outcome, of course.
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