One thing we can count on with the change of seasons are the beautiful color combinations that the cooler months bring. Pastels and neutrals have their day under the sun while fall and winter usher in jewel toned wedding colors that are fit for royalty. Rich hues, deep color palettes that mix with different textures like vintage laces, dark woods and soft velvety accents. Filled with emerald greens, plush plums, deep blues and rich purples, jewel tone wedding colors are moody, yet regal. Each hue can stand alone flawlessly blending with your metallic of choice. Or for a true stand out gem, consider the mix and match combination of these magnificent jewels. It comes as no surprise to us that brides continue to fall in love with these concepts and use numerous themes to achieve brilliant results.
Jewel Toned Wedding Colors Fit for Royalty
Definite perks of jewel toned wedding colors begin with the ability of going wild with your flowers, bringing in an array of striking blooms and color blends. Your bride tribe can wear a color that best radiates their skin tone and hair color. And just think of the sugary confections on your desert tables that can deviate from the traditional white. Add in a bit of silver, gold, copper or rose gold and you’re on your way to having one sophisticated wedding. Today, we delve a little deeper into each jewel tone with some glorious inspiration mood boards.
Clean, fresh and ever so stylish. Emerald green is a vibrant shade that can be highlighted just right in a bouquet. Or use this color for the focus hue in your invitations, table decorations, bridesmaid dresses and even wedding favors.
Teal is a deep and beautiful blue-green color which signifies trustworthiness and devotion, pretty perfect for a wedding. Cool and refreshingly trendy you can incorporate teal into several color combinations with its richness. A true favorite we have been seeing is the mixture of this jewel tone with copper.
A truly saturated blue shade, this gem exudes an outstanding beauty all on its own. Easily accented with a silver or gold. Try working this color in with the use of watercolors and dazzling bridesmaid dresses.
If you love a bold hue, then fuchsia may be the right color to not only brighten up your color palette but add as a sassy shade. Certainly an effervescent jewel tone that looks amazing with gold and white accents.
Garnet, not to be confused with cranberry, plum or marsala – is a decadently deep burgundy and seriously seems to be the color of the season. Deep garnet is ga-ga-gorgeous for an autumn wedding, paired with a few natural yellow and orange shades. Or utilize this tint as a frosty winter hue when paired with various berry tones or to let metallic really shine.