Wedding Color Ideas by Season: Part 1 Winter!!!
Wedding season can be pretty much all year round, but wedding colors will change with every season. That is why it is important for you to know what wedding colors are right for you depending on the month and the season. Most, wouldn't want to wear a Summer color in the Winter after all! (Although, you should wear whatever makes you happy!!!) Allow me to help you become knowledgeable about what does and doesn't typically work for each month/season.
Winter Wedding Colors (December, January February): For this list, think of your whites, reds, and purples! You should look for strong royal and opulent colors.
December: If you decide to have your wedding around the Holiday Season, you can stick to the regal winter colors. Red and Whites work of course! Outside of your typical holiday colors, you can think of colors associated with precious metals like grayed jade, velvet, and silver as well. If this is too outside the box for you and you don't want to take too many chances, go with a royal purple, regal red, or all-white.
January: It's a new year and a new you! Normally, you would want to stay away from pastel shades as they are usually for the spring time. However, you can get away with such colors as ice blue, baby blue, lavender, or dusty rose. These fit within the "icy" theme because you know....Winter! Some other colors to consider in January are-Navy Blue, Plum, Burgundy, Emerald, or Gold.
February: One holiday we think of when we are in the month of February.....Valentines Day!! Love is in the air. Red is an obvious color to go with because it's perfect for winter and Valentine's. If you are on the daring side, you can actually go with a red gown itself instead of the traditional white, however, you still want to stay away from the pastels and go more for the deep colors. For that you can go with your deep blues, golds, greens, and purple. One color also associated with Valentine's Day which you can pull into your color wheel is pink, but not your typical light pink....it needs to be a bold pink!
Summary: If you want to play it more safe, go with your deep and bold colors. If you go with a pastel, make sure if gives off the icy feel. Reds and Pinks can work great in February around Vaneltine's.