What colour schemes suit a winter wedding?
If you’re planning a winter wedding, your colour scheme may be a key consideration. Once you’ve secured the perfect venue and booked the best wedding photographer in the Liverpool area, something to think about is the kind of colours you’d like to use for your bridesmaids’ dresses, invitations and decor.
Here are six of the best winter wedding ideas from Matthew Rycraft Photography:
Black and white
These shades provide a striking contrast, plus a touch of class, to your winter ceremony – particularly with a black tie dress code. For added glamour, add some copper or bronze.
Shades of grey
Cool tones of grey and white lend a wintry feel to your wedding. From soft dove grey to dramatically dark charcoal, adding a little silver to the mix gives a stylish metallic edge to this look.
A scheme combining silver and midnight blue reflects the beauty and wonder of the night sky, and is ideal for ceremonies that take place during the evening or those short, dark days of midwinter.
Green, white and rose gold
Natural tones of green work well in the countryside, yet are clean and sharp enough for city weddings too. Why not mix in some mistletoe?
Red and gold
For a classic festive look, this combination suits Christmas weddings very well indeed, and the rich colours contrast well against deep evergreen foliage.
Deep, dramatic jewel tones such as amethyst, garnet, emerald, amber, sapphire or ruby all work well for a winter wedding, and you could either combine several or add in a contrasting shade if you wish.
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