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20+ Winter Wedding Color Palettes

Getting married during the cold-weather months? Here, get some inspiration for fresh color palettes perfect for this time of year.

By: Kristen Klein

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  • Purple, White & Pink

    Purple, White & Pink

    Purple is one of the most popular colors for winter. This glamorous take features a sparkling purple and silver tablecloths, which play beautifully against a glam crystal centerpiece.

    Photo: Creative Images Photography via Couture Events LLC

  • Jewel Tones

    Jewel Tones

    Embrace the season with a variety of richly-saturated hues. Dress each of your 'maids in a different gemstone color, and tie together the look by representing all of the colors in your flowers.

  • Pink & Silver

    Pink & Silver

    Dress the room with soft pink uplighting, which plays off of the romantic vibe created by candles and sparkling table linens.

  • Shades of Blue

    Shades of Blue

    Another top color for winter is blue. Give this shade a fresh take by mixing and matching a variety of hues, from sky blue to cornflower to midnight.

  • Red, Purple & Gold

    Red, Purple & Gold

    Rich hues work beautifully at a winter wedding. Wash the room with color, from red upligting to purple centerpieces to gold chairs. 

  • Black & White

    Black & White

    You can never go wrong with classic black and white.

  • White, Green & Gold

    White, Green & Gold

    Getting married near the holidays? That doesn't mean your palette is limited to red and green. We love how these Christmas trees were transformed into chic, classic wedding décor.

  • Blue, Pink & Gold

    Blue, Pink & Gold

    Choose contrasting colors, like pink and navy, to make a strong color statement. Accent it with sparkly gold to make it even more winter-appropriate. 

  • Gold

    Gold

    There's never a better time to overdose on sparkle. Your bridesmaids will dazzle in glittering gowns. 

  • Green & Brown

    Green & Brown

    Sage green has a calming effect and works for all seasons. A touch of light brown gives it a rustic vibe.

  • Red & Green

    Red & Green

    Red and green done right! Utilize the shades of the season without any holiday accents to keep it seasonal without looking like a Christmas party.

  • Pink, Red & Gold

    Pink, Red & Gold

    Getting married near Valentine's Day? Embrace the romance of this season with all things pink and red.

  • Purple & Gray

    Purple & Gray

    A deep charcoal pairs beautifully with shades of purple for a romantic, chic color palette.

  • Black, Green & Gold

    Black, Green & Gold

    Black and gold is a classic look that'll never go out of style. Jazz it up with a punch of green.

  • Maroon & Salmon

    Maroon & Salmon

    Brighten up a deep wedding tablescape with a bold and unexpected accent, like salmon. The contrast makes it unexpectedly eye-catching.

  • Purple, Blue & Pink

    Purple, Blue & Pink

    Cool colors represent the frosty weather outside. We love how this scheme combines shades of purple, blue, pink, and silver. 

  • Gold & Red

    Gold & Red

    Red and gold are top choices for winter, especially near the holidays. Sparkle and shine in glittery gold gowns, accented by classic red and white flowers. 

  • Red & Black

    Red & Black

    Buffalo check is a classic favorite for the season. Incorporate it into your table setting for an unexpected take. 

  • Burgundy

    Burgundy

    The deepest reds are picture-perfect for winter. 

  • Blue & White

    Blue & White

    Frosted white branches, clear ghost chairs, and a wash of blue expertly reflect the snowy season.

  • Wine & Blue

    Wine & Blue

    The warmth of the red contrasts beautifully against the coolness of the blue. Tie together the look with coordinating brown accessories.

    Photo: Epagafoto

  • Neutrals

    Neutrals

    All is calm, all is bright. A variety of soft neutrals come together to create a romantic, rustic look. 

20+ Winter Wedding Color Palettes

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