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Inspiration for the Long Island Bride

Want to plan your wedding colors based on the season you’re getting married in? If so, check out some popular wedding color schemes, floral and décor ideas for 2020-2021 that are sure to make your special day the event of the season!
 
Fall In Love 
 
If you’re planning a fall-themed wedding, you’re in luck! Autumn allows for tons of gorgeous wedding color ideas, especially with the beautiful fall foliage. Trending colors include fired brick, maroon, pumpkin spice, or rust. These colors are also perfect to add into your bouquet with lots of sunflowers, peonies, roses, or other wildflowers. Additionally, fall foliage alone can make a visually appealing case for your bouquet or backdrop for an outdoor wedding. Even your bridesmaid dresses or venue decorations can combine these colors; a beautiful maroon or burnt orange would tie everything together and have your guests falling in love. 
 
 
 
Winter Wonderland Colors
 
Is there anything quite as magical as a winter wedding? Deck the halls with these winter wedding ideas that are bound to make you and your guests as merry as can be. We all know that winter can be pretty chilly, but if you’re set on wearing a short-sleeved or strapless wedding gown, how about adding a faux fur coat? As for color scheming, you can select the traditional classic red and green color palette with variations of evergreen, crimson, and burgundy. However, if you want to create more of a winter wonderland, the icy snowfall and midnight blues, sparkling silvers, or the all winter whites will fully embrace the magical scenery. Finally, adding a little bit of winter décor (like evergreen trees, snowflakes, or holly) would the perfect addition to create that winter wonderland. 
 
 
 
“I Do” to Spring Wedding Colors
 
As spring comes into full bloom, the best way to go about planning your wedding colors is to fully embrace the season! For example, with its pastel and lighter palettes, some wedding colors could include dusty rose, sky blue, mint, petal pink, lilac, and seafoam green. Between bridesmaid dresses, wedding décor, or your bouquet, these colors can be incorporated into all aspects of the wedding. Additionally, speaking of bouquets and floral arrangements, you can embrace springtime to the fullest with the season’s beautiful, vibrant flowers (like tulips, garden roses, and hyacinths) as a way to create the wedding of your dreams.
 
 
 
Fun in the Summer
 
With its sunny skies and warm weather, summer is the most popular season for weddings. Therefore, some décor ideas to capture your guests’ attention may include gorgeous lush greenery and bright, colorful flowers cascading along the altar or seating. As for wedding colors, bright, jeweled-tones like royal blue, amethyst, magenta, or marigold are perfect to make your wedding pop. However, if you’re looking for more of a beach-themed wedding, think of using ocean-inspired colors like Tiffany-blue or mint green. Pairing these colors alongside white or light blue flowers is the perfect way to go.
 
 
 
All photos courtesy of the following photographers. View more from each studio here.

Cassarino Studios

Déjà vu Studios

Jakub Redziniak Photography

Janelle Brooke Photography

One Fine Day Photographers

Silverfox Photography

Tino Photography

Tony Lante Photography


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Want to plan your wedding colors based on the season you’re getting married in? If so, check out some popular wedding color schemes, floral and décor ideas for 2020-2021 that are sure to make your special day the event of the season!
 
Fall In Love 
 
If you’re planning a fall-themed wedding, you’re in luck! Autumn allows for tons of gorgeous wedding color ideas, especially with the beautiful fall foliage. Trending colors include fired brick, maroon, pumpkin spice, or rust. These colors are also perfect to add into your bouquet with lots of sunflowers, peonies, roses, or other wildflowers. Additionally, fall foliage alone can make a visually appealing case for your bouquet or backdrop for an outdoor wedding. Even your bridesmaid dresses or venue decorations can combine these colors; a beautiful maroon or burnt orange would tie everything together and have your guests falling in love. 
 
 
 
Winter Wonderland Colors
 
Is there anything quite as magical as a winter wedding? Deck the halls with these winter wedding ideas that are bound to make you and your guests as merry as can be. We all know that winter can be pretty chilly, but if you’re set on wearing a short-sleeved or strapless wedding gown, how about adding a faux fur coat? As for color scheming, you can select the traditional classic red and green color palette with variations of evergreen, crimson, and burgundy. However, if you want to create more of a winter wonderland, the icy snowfall and midnight blues, sparkling silvers, or the all winter whites will fully embrace the magical scenery. Finally, adding a little bit of winter décor (like evergreen trees, snowflakes, or holly) would be the perfect addition to create that winter wonderland. 
 
 
 
“I Do” to Spring Wedding Colors
 
As spring comes into full bloom, the best way to go about planning your wedding colors is to fully embrace the season! For example, with its pastel and lighter palettes, some wedding colors could include dusty rose, sky blue, mint, petal pink, lilac, and seafoam green. Between bridesmaid dresses, wedding décor, or your bouquet, these colors can be incorporated into all aspects of the wedding. Additionally, speaking of bouquets and floral arrangements, you can embrace springtime to the fullest with the season’s beautiful, vibrant flowers (like tulips, garden roses, and hyacinths) as a way to create the wedding of your dreams.
 
 
 
Fun in the Summer
 
With its sunny skies and warm weather, summer is the most popular season for weddings. Therefore, some décor ideas to capture your guests’ attention may include gorgeous lush greenery and bright, colorful flowers cascading along the altar or seating. As for wedding colors, bright, jeweled-tones like royal blue, amethyst, magenta, or marigold are perfect to make your wedding pop. However, if you’re looking for more of a beach-themed wedding, think of using ocean-inspired colors like Tiffany-blue or mint green. Pairing these colors alongside white or light blue flowers is the perfect way to go.
 
 
 
All photos courtesy of the following photographers. View more from each studio here.

Cassarino Studios

Déjà vu Studios

Jakub Redziniak Photography

Janelle Brooke Photography

One Fine Day Photographers

Silverfox Photography

Tino Photography

Tony Lante Photography


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