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Soft pink hues are beautiful for a springtime wedding—and while no doubt a classic choice—not every couple will have this color preference for saying their "I do's." These unique color palettes are also sure to get your guests into the spring fling vibe for a wedding scheduled March through May.
Depending on the type, blue palettes can either pack a vibrant punch or ease you into a peaceful mood. For springtime, we suggest a lighter hue. And when you're accenting with a splash of water, like this couple's gorgeous beachside backdrop, it's possible that no other colors will quite match up.
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Sticking to the peach-related family with a muted orange will add burst of spice to your nuptials. Bring the outdoors in by pairing with grassy greens. It'll also leave room for citrusy centerpieces.
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Gray & Marigold
Deep grays will be the opposite of drab when paired with the spirited and vivacious marigold. Surround your centerpieces with crisp whites to make both hues stand out. Having an afternoon reception? Keep the theme going with mimosas as your signature cocktail.
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Green & White
Maybe we're still in the St. Patrick's Day spirit. Or maybe clover green and white are just the perfect combo for a truly lucky couple.
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An aura of calmness and serenity can be achieved with light purple, especially when paired with similarly soft, muted shades. Roses, rice flowers, snowberries, and astilbes are just some of the flowers featured in this purple centerpiece.
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Nothing brings feelings of happiness more than the color yellow. Another way to get your guests giddy? Decorate the table with delicate white and yellow blooms accented with cornflower blue hues to bring about a country-inspired feel.
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White & Beige
Indulging in a white and beige color palette is perfect if you want to skip pink hues for a shabby chic-themed celebration. We advise combining local plants and flowers with husky greens, and make sure you don't skip out on the wooden accents!
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Sourced from the ocean, this dreamy, calming hue will get your guests right into the romantic spring spirit. Set the tone when you set the table with sea glass décor.
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One of Pantone's hottest colors for spring 2016 is one dubbed "Fiesta Red," which, unlike its burgundy and wine-colored counterparts, picks up orange and other bright hues that'll fit perfectly into a springtime vibe. (Hint! It also pairs tastefully with turquoise.)
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Though it lives within the pink family, peach delights and surprises when paired with forest green and creamy accents, like this feminine bouquet that features several watercolor hues.
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It's true, a sophisticated silver color palette can add grace to a wedding any time of year, but a matte version of the hue can yield a look that's just as aesthetically pleasing. Add a soft floral arrangement with baby's breath and carnations to keep the mood fresh and airy.