You can't escape chilis and desi weddings. And you certainly cannot escape the red hot green chili peppers. Hehe, get it? Green hot chili peppers. ;) Hues of green with a burst of red are fiery and bold. That's perfect for your sangeet where bold colors and blasting bhangra take the night...
Green lovers rejoice with dusky greens. Colors: moss green, hunter green, olive, grey green Use for: outdoor wedding, rustic wedding, Pantone inspired color palette
The classic color combination of red, orange, and yellow are complemented with plenty of greens. Use this festive color theme for a pooja or mehendi party for a cheery look. For another look in the similar tones, check out the sunrise pepper color palette.
Eggplant purples and olive greens create a stunning marriage of colors. These natural colors are suited for wedding reception decor. Get enveloped in these luscious purples!
Black and white are classic colors that are often overlooked as a choice for a wedding theme. Not anymore, let these luxurious licorice blacks and sweet grays take wedding decoration, and your gown, to the next level.
What do you do when you love those olive and sage greens; muted colors that are understated yet elegant. I love this sage and gray inspired wedding color palette. Perfection for a reception setting or lehenga, these colors are perfect for a rustic wedding.
Classic colors of red, orange, and yellow blend together to create bright wedding colors. Adding a dash of green makes this palette more subtle and refined.
Summer maybe coming to a close, but that doesn't mean we can't feel the refreshing colors of the season. Toning down the brightness makes these colors more versatile for fall or spring season weddings. Oh lovely summer!
Looking for a color palette that's pastel and dusky but not of full of traditional pinks and yellows? This succulent inspired color theme is full of dusky greens with a touch of mauve and lilac. Perfect for a fall or spring wedding.
When Pantone first announced it's Color of the Year for 2016, I was disappointed. More like, ugh. Baby pink and baby blue really? I know you call them fancy names, Rose Quartz and Serenity, but seriously? But now, they've grown on me and I'm starting to fall in love with them. Like really...