8. Muted Color Palettes
Muted hues will always be pretty and bridal-appropriate but vendors are pointing their brides towards more vibrant, bold and creative color schemes. "Think about the colors or designs that you love — really, truly, deeply love — not just the blush pink and white romance that you see on every wedding website," advises Siladke.
“For summer and spring weddings, think fun color palettes like raspberry, tangerine and aqua. For fall and winter weddings, I like cranberry, navy and metallics such as copper, gold or rose gold,” says Jessica Tincopa of Jessica Elizabeth Photography.
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Having trouble honing in on colors you like? Look to inspiration outside of the weddings world in architecture, paintings or nature. For example, if you’ve always been a fan of purple, incorporate a pop of color into your décor, bridesmaid dresses or cake. "Just a little something goes a long way — if it’s always been your favorite, you won’t regret it!" she says.