Rainbow wedding

This is such a happy colour scheme, great for those who want plenty of vibrant colour and cheerfulness on their big day. It would also work well for a gay wedding, of course!

Black, white and red wedding

This colour scheme is brilliant for a formal wedding, as it’s very elegant and sophisticated. It’s also a great colour scheme for a winter wedding. Take a look.

Peach and light blue wedding

This is a beautiful romantic colour scheme, perfect for a wedding on a warm summer’s day. Peach works well with all shades of blue – you could change the light blue to aqua, turquoise or navy, and it would still be a gorgeous combination.

Grey and canary-yellow wedding

This is a great modern colour scheme, which looks really effective. Choose your shade of grey – dark or light – as both look good. I’ve used a mixture of light and dark in this post. Enjoy!

Purple and gold wedding

Want to feel like royalty on your wedding day? A very regal purple and gold colour scheme will suit you nicely then! It’s a rich, opulent colour scheme, and will warm up a chilly autumn or winter wedding day well.

Sage and light pink wedding

Sage is kind of like mint’s sophisticated older cousin. It’s quite similar to mint but it has more of a smoky tone to it, which makes it a little less girly. It pairs perfectly with light pink and is a lovely colour scheme for a spring or summer wedding.

Coral and navy wedding

A navy and coral colour scheme could lend itself to a nautical or beach wedding, but it’s a lovely colour combination for all kinds of other weddings too. It’s very elegant, and the colours would suit most skin tones.

Mint and grey wedding

Fresh mint-green with conservative classy grey look gorgeous together, and really give your wedding an elegant feel. Have a look at some mint and grey ideas you could use for your wedding.

Marigold wedding

Marigold is such a beautiful cheerful shade of yellow. I’ve liked the colour ever since Michelle Williams wore a marigold dress to the Academy Awards in 2006. She paired it with bright red lipstick, and she looked fabulous.

Yellow can be a tough colour to pull off on some skin tones, but if you suit it, it’s a great colour for a wedding! You could pair it with grey, black, taupe or white, if you wish to tone it down a little.

Lemon and lavender wedding

This colour scheme is spring all over! Lemon and lavender are beautiful soft colours, which create a dreamy, feminine colour scheme. Add touches of real lavender on your tables, and the reception will smell lovely too!