Picking Your Wedding Palette
Choose the right colors for your wedding date.
WinterGetting started: Snow and frost can inspire a palette of white, cream, and silver (bare, snow-covered branches could also lead to high-contrast black and white). Or take your cues from red wine by the fire―deep burgundy and orange.
Real Simple suggests: Rich brown and warm tan with deep magenta and a touch of light, frosty pink (shown).
Also consider: Navy or gray, which is wintry but still warm, paired with ice blue; deep forest green with cream and gold.
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