The winter months are the least popular time of year to get married, but in reality, winter weddings are seriously underrated. Think about it: the entire season is filled with a sense of enchantment and magic (especially when it snows), and it’s also filled with holidays, which can bring an added sense of ‘togetherness’ to your big day. If you’re getting married during this season, choosing the right winter wedding colors is an important part of your planning process.
We’ve hand-picked some of our favorite winter wedding color palettes to get you started.
Brown + Nude + Cream
Best winter wedding color combinations include brown, an earthy color, with nude and cream designed to highlight the senses. The brown tones come from the natural shades and textures of the earth and the winter elements, such as snow and the dark of the outdoors are mixed with the nude, which is soft in appearance but still noticeable. These four tones are a great way to dress up a winter wedding with a romantic touch.
Sage Green + Cream
This color palette pairs green with white and cream, which creates a soft and elegant look. This is great if you are getting married in the fall or winter.
Mauve + Grey
These wedding colors can incorporate both dark and light hues, making them versatile for use in winter weddings. Additionally, they can also be paired with white, making them great for a colorful and romantic winter design.
Sage Green + Brown
For weddings that you want to be grassy, earthy, and natural, the sage green color would be an exquisite accompaniment. It would look great with browns, reminiscent of pine trees in deep forests and natural landscapes.
Wine + Green + Black
This is a classic color scheme for a Winter wedding. It is crisp and cool, yet creamy and elegant. The green is complimented by the wine color and the black is a contrast but keeps the colors fresh. It is a perfect choice if you are hosting a winter wedding.
Dusty Rose + Berry
A dusty rose wedding might be enough to get those winter blues out of you. This color combination can be romantic, yet still toned down enough to still feel cozy. Pair this color with berry accents to emphasize the pink tones in the wedding.
Airy Blue + Silver
Airy blue is a striking hue that looks sensible and refined. Pair it with silver accents to highlight the edgy chic appeal. Winter weddings in white and silver make for a fresh and fresh-faced style. Flowers and jewels in silver or white make for a perfect winter wedding palette.
This grey palette lets you avoid both clashing and boring neutrals whereas the sheer variety of shades in the palette makes a gray palette a happy natural fit for any occasion.
Ivory + Rust + Taupe
The ivory, rust and taupe wedding color palette is a standout with a strong sense of elegance. This palette looks beautiful with any lighting and is perfect for an occasion with a winter backdrop.
Maroon + Gold
Maroon and gold are colors that go well together and give off a regal vibe. These colors would work well for a winter wedding since they are warm colors and have a touch of glamour.
The best way to find your perfect winter wedding color palette is by experimenting with different hues and shades. You don’t have to be limited by the colors that are currently trending or what other couples are using; instead, let your creativity take over and create something truly unique! If you’re still unsure of what colors will work best for your nuptials, we can help by providing our top 10 Winter Wedding Color Palettes list above.