For couples looking for something beyond the norm, here are seven bright color palettes inspired by Indian weddings.
Saffron And FuschiaStudio Avant Garda
The modern bride’s go to! Lovely shades of yellow and bright pinks come together to create a festive and jubilant affair. Showcased as the contemporary classic of Indian wedding color schemes, this stylish palette has its roots based in the Hermes Caparacons scarf featuring an Indian elephant.
Peach and BluePhotoflood Studio
Cheerful and time honored, this year-round palette is one of our favorites. While the two beautiful shades fill the room, unique details can still stand out without being overwhelming.
Gold and BlackHiram Trillo Photography
It wouldn’t be inspired by Indian weddings if it didn’t have a little bling, would it? Sharp black against luxe, glittering gold is for couples looking to “bring it” on their wedding day. Note to self: Four-inch dancing shoes are a necessary accessory.
Jewel TonesImages by Berit
Radiant hues of amethyst, ruby, aquamarine and topaz come together to create this very lively palette. Choose your birthstone, your partner’s, and then add each of your mother’s precious stones for a meaningful, personalized touch.
Silver and CobaltGaciel Santana Photography
If you’re looking to bring a polished, yet party-ready vibe to your reception, we love this bold choice. Cobalt creates an energetic atmosphere, while metallic silver adds a hint of sparkle and elegance. Prepare for a packed dance floor.
White and YellowBraja Mandala Photography
Minimalist couples will love this unique spin on an all-white affair. The dash of yellow adds some color, without interrupting the sleek, serene look of white on white.
Ombré PinksStudio Nine Photography
Why choose one shade of pink when you can have five? Luscious, bright pinks and fuchsia hues melt together to create a charming and romantic setting.
Purple and BurgundySameer Soorma Studios
If you’re looking to have a royal affair, the ornate hues of purple and burgundy exude the ultimate in luxury. When it comes to flowers, consider eggplant calla lilies paired with romantic garnet roses or plum hydrangea and brick ranunculus.
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