We have spoken to industry leaders, and the wedding colors for 2018 are now being calculated. We are giving you suggestions for each season. If you have not selected a date yet, you should get started. Summer weddings are already being designed.

Summer Colors

Silver, Ivory, and Gray

Silver is cool and sleek on a hot day, so you should consider it. If you want to add some punch to colors that are neutral and dull, you should opt for a sweet melon orange. This color will have you thinking about the best hours of a summer sunset. The combination of silver, custom gray and ivory will create an air of sophistication that will be perfect for a dreamy wedding.


Metal is the look of the year. Decorate with lots of greenery and use metallic for ribbon, and floral arrangements.

Dusty Rose, Sage Green, and Gold

Sage green is a sophisticated color that continues to trend from one year to the next. Mix in some gold and accent with pale dusty rose. This pallet works for any wedding chic or casual.

Spring Colors

Peach, Sugar, and Plumeria

Jewel tones such as rich peaches and plumeria make for a fiery color palette after surviving a cold winter. These deep hues add some depth while fitting together to create an inviting and warm atmosphere. To keep the colors harmoniously sweet, you can add neutral colors like sugar. This dynamic palette adds just the right amount romance and drama to city and desert weddings.

 Gray, Teal, Azalea, and Blue

Azalea, which is a hot pink shade, brings life to a dull event. When you pair it with teal, you will add a natural balance to the color palette. You can keep this color combination monochromatic with gray shades to maintain a chic aesthetic, which is ideal for winter-spring weddings.

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Gray, Green, and Ivory

This moody color combination is fresh, soothing, and nature-inspired. Shades of ivory, gray, and green create a palette that is easily adaptable to any budget and style. If you think that the colors are too neutral, you should add sage green to bring the palette to life.

Fall Colors

Pale Greens, and Tan

If you want a modern spin on rustic colors, you should consider adding sky blue and lime green to this palette. If you want a dreamy ambiance, you should include two soft tan hues. No matter where your wedding is held, this color palette is perfect.

Blue, Green, Eggplant, and White

If you want a sophisticated wedding that is not too stuffy, this is the perfect color palette for you. icy blue tones and eggplant are unexpected but look stunning. This look is ultra-chic and perfect for formal ceremonies.

Winter Colors

Strawberry, Coral, Peach, and Silver

You cannot go wrong with peach. It is sophisticated and fresh. and when you pair it with other vibrant hues, it looks playful. When you accent peach with silver and coral, the pink hues in it come alive.

Blue, Brown, Tan, and Shale

Dusty and slate blue are perfect and subtle for a winter wedding. On the other hand, brown hues (camel, tan, warm cream) add warmth to the palette. You should deliver this striking color combination with natural décor accents and formal invitations to wow your guests.

Planning a wedding is no easy feat, but when you have somewhere to start, it is easier. Contact your wedding gown vendor for more information. Ask for fabric and color samples. If you are using Azazie, you can even request a gown be sent to you with a very small deposit and you can try it on in the privacy of your own home.