7 Wedding Color Combinations That Are Out For 2019

June 4, 2018 by Linda DiProperzio
shefinds | Weddings

Choosing the color combos for your wedding day is a major step in the planning process. After all, those two hues will impact everything from your invitations and flowers to your wedding dresses and the overall decor. So you want to pick the right colors. To get your started, here are seven combos we’re saying goodbye to for 2019.

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Purple & Silver

1. Purple & Silver

Purple color combinations like purple, white and gold or varying shades of purple and silver are out for 2019, says Lindsay Parrott-Masiewicz of P3 Events. "Give it a break! Let 2019 be creative and bright but using a different color. I can happily say that with my couples for 2019, not one is using purple. 2017 was heavy with purple weddings and then 2018 copied. Hopefully, my 2019 clients are indicative of an overall trend.”

Black & White

2. Black & White
“Black and white is fading away and making room for lower contrast combinations like champagne and gold, black and gray or silver,” says Kristy Rice of Momental Designs.

Neutral Color Combos

3. Neutral Color Combos

Pastel combinations like pink and coral and lavender and peach will be replaced with vibrant, rich colors like emeralds and deep purples - adding more drama and old world sophistication, says Tasha Bracken of SD Events. "We will also see the continuation and evolution of neutral colors - sands, taupes and nudes, paired with lush greenery to achieve a more organic, natural look."

Green & Earth Tones

4. Green & Earth Tones
It screams, old. Lighter, brighter, more youthful colors are what’s in store, says Alan David Horowitz of Alan David Custom.

Pastel Pairings

5. Pastel Pairings

“Couples are finally overlooking the pastel peaches and golds of the last few years for more robust palettes featuring saturated crimson, cerulean and violet," says Rice.


6. Metallics

Bronwen Smith B Floral Event & Production says that all metallics are out for 2019.

All White

7. All White

Judith Accilon of EventSoJudith says this overused color pallette has been used enough. 

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Linda DiProperzio is a weddings expert and freelance writer based in New York.

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