Colors are the first element you need to decide when planning your wedding. Colors contribute greatly to the whole theme and atmosphere of any event. Thus choosing the right wedding color scheme is very important. Many brides tend to hesitate to combine colors themselves and stay in the safe side: going for all whites and pales or combining their favorite colors with whites. However combining colors for your wedding should not be seen as a challenge, you should be able to have fun with it and be confident with your choice.
There are usually 3 types of wedding colors combinations to choose from：
The monotone colors
You stick with one main color only. It will be an elegant and cute look if you play with one color of different hues. For example if you’re a big pink person, you can combine different shades of pink, from baby pink to bubblegum pink. The pink theme is everywhere: your bouquet, your wedding cake, your centerpiece, your bridesmaid dresses, even your wedding dress.
The analogous colors
The combination of 2 colors next to each other that in a color wheel. This is another easy color combination for you. Perfection on combining two colors can enhance your wedding charm, leaving you and your guest a everlasting memory. Such colors like red and orange, blue and green, etc.
The complementary colors
Their names are “complementary” but actually they are not complementing each other at all. These are colors that are opposite to each other on the color wheel. Or, in another word, they’re contrast colors. They can easily stand out and catch your guest’s attention. Such colors like purple and yellow. The further the colors are away from each other, the more contrasts and strong impression the combination will create.