Five Wedding Colors For 2023
Red? Gold? Fuchsia? Yellow?
When it comes to weddings and colors, the palette can be as diverse as you like it. From OTT blings and metallics like gold and silver to a vibrant vibe with red, yellow, pink and more, to a cool, minimal white—the options are endless. Also, the great part about having a color story for your wedding is that it can translate just about anywhere—from your décor and outfits right up to your wedding cake and even packaging! It’s the simplest theme to have if you don’t have one already. It’s also the easiest way to make a theme you have come alive and most importantly it brings a cohesion to the celebrations and makes for amazing pictures. And isn’t that something we all want? Read up on the most trending colors of 2023 and how you can make them a part of your wedding.
Yes, in Indian weddings we don’t usually do white. But this serene color is making a huge impact as minimal, classic and simple celebrations come back to focus. From white roses, Lilies and orchids to baby’s breath, you can transform your venue into something surreal. You can also go for a winter wonderland theme and use white string lights, snowy backdrops and more. Candles, centrepieces and even bridal party outfits—everything comes together beautifully with this shade.
One of the most traditional wedding colors you can find, yellow is a great choice for a 2023 wedding. If you plan to go with this theme, make it a traditional affair with marigold strings, haldi bowls and a whole lot of festive clothing. From food to festivities, yellow is an easily translatable color when it comes to weddings, and we aren’t just talking about the haldi ceremony.
Is this color every not going to be on the wedding palette? While couples were steering away from this shade, celebrity brides like Priyanka Chopra and Diya Mirza have bought it back with a bang. However, red is no longer back in its traditional garb but in a more Guns ‘n’ Roses kind of way—contemporary, bold and beautiful. Think a mix of modern and vintage, with red roses, winged eyeliners, bold backdrops and a healthy mix of metallics to dial up the glam.
Kitschy, Bollywood-inspired weddings are becoming increasingly popular and these are a great ode to mass culture references. And it does not get better than a fuchsia to lead the color way for this kind of a wedding. Think movie posters, quirky auto stands bright pink décor. From the tenting to the outfits, make it so bright that sunglasses become mandatory!
The most ornamental color there could be, this is a great choice for couples looking at something truly luxurious. Metallic hues create a rich backdrop and allow heavily for the use of bling! Think outfits, jewellery, massive chandeliers, flaming candles and crystalware everywhere. Gold lends itself beautifully for an indoor, ballroom wedding with a contemporary vibe.