Neutral Wedding Colour Palettes for 2021/22

Oct 03, 2020

Planning your 2021 or 2022 wedding and need inspiration on a colour palette? Many of our couples seek a neutral, opulent and timeless look that sits in effortlessly with its surroundings. Unlike seasonal styling, a neutral wedding colour palette can be used throughout the year which makes it an incredibly versatile and timeless choice for your wedding. So if you’re looking for style inspiration, we’ve got the top neutral wedding colour palettes for 2021/22 coming up…

Elegant Wedding Decor – Champagne and soft metallic hues

Couples have been using metallic accents in their wedding styling for years and with a fantastic range of metals such as gold, silver and copper, each tone has a multitude of colour palettes that it can sit amongst and create striking definition. 2021 will see soft metallic hues come to the forefront of wedding decor, in particular champagne.

Positioned somewhere in between gold and silver on the colour spectrum, this metallic shade is incredibly effective at enhancing and highlighting nude, earthy, ivory shades. High shine champagne mercury accessories for your table decor or shimmering champagne details within your wedding stationery or chair decor, this is a look that is guaranteed to ooze opulence. Champagne also works fabulously with black tie weddings or events for a sophisticated finish against a monochrome base layer.

Textured Wedding Decor – Sage Green

This beautiful shade of green is a timeless classic and can be worked into a number of colour palettes dependent upon your chosen wedding season. Sage green is so versatile, it’s softness gives it the ability to adapt and not look out of place whether it be a spring, summer, autumn or winter wedding!

Teamed with neutrals – white, ivory, nude as well as metallic hues such as gold or silver will instantly provide an elegant, refined look to your wedding decor.

Introduce texture with fresh foliage and greenery perhaps to your table centrepieces, bouquets and buttonholes to offer a botanical feel with a nod towards nature that particularly suits venues sat amongst manicured gardens or rolling countryside.

Sage green can be used as a subtle accent colour to highlight areas of your wedding ceremony and wedding breakfast. Whether it be coloured napkins, coloured candles, ribbon detailing on your chair decor or in the artwork on your wedding stationery.


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