1. Teal and Orange
Looking for a modern funky and fresh colour palette for your wedding? With teal trending massively in the wedding world looking fantastic on its own, with a vintage peacock style or in contrast to this beautiful vibrant orange, Combine your bridesmaid dresses with stunning bouquets, umbrellas and more and make sure that your tables are decorated with glowing bonbonniere and favour ideas that are ribboned in a sea of teal and orange!
2. Purple and SIlver
There are so many gorgeous shades of purple from plum to lilac, violet to lavender all of which will look fabulous teamed against a silver grey! The majority of trends using these two colours will have silver in the underlying element such as for the bridesmaid's dresses and then use the purple palette for the accents such as in the wedding flowers, bouquets and table decorations.
3. Green and Pink
For a bright summer wedding look no further than this gorgeous colour combination. With organza chair sashes in green or pink you can dress any room with a splash of colour. Paper lanterns are extremely popular for weddings and you can buy these in a range of bright and bold colours, collect yourselves some matching napkins, green or pink table runners and matching gift ideas and you have the perfect green and pink themed wedding.
4. Aqua and Red
This modern yet retro colour combination is simply stunning! Blow your guests away with some bright red flowers, pom poms and accessories. Choose patterns that suit your colour choice, cherries are a great one for this! You can use brightly coloured drapes of aqua and red to paint the celling in your wedding colours, this trend can be as subtle or as out there as you like. Maybe you will add simple touches like peep toe shoes in red, even the bride can join in this one. Consider a candy or lolly buffet to brighten up the room and buttonholes.
5. Mint Green and Brown
Not only doe s this combination of colour send your tastebuds crazy as it makes you think of mint chocolate but also works so well as a wedding trend! From your wedding invitations through to your decorations on the day this contrast of light and dark looks simply irresistible. Be careful with your shades of brown as these can sometimes look off if they are not deep enough in colour, but be sure to keep things cool with a mint green element. Plan your wedding favours carefully, maybe you could house a small chocolate in a mint egg or simply use your colours to theme a personalised item such as a bottle opener or wedding stubby holders.