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Choosing a color palette for your Vermont wedding can be a fun and exciting process. However, some people can also feel a little overwhelmed. You often hear that the flowers you choose will set the mood and tone for your big day, so it’s important to choose wisely. Here are a few tips of our favorite tips to help you pick the perfect color palette for your Vermont wedding!

summer citrus colored floral centerpiece on blue tablecloth.

Tip 1

Consider the season: Vermont is known for its beautiful fall foliage. If you’re getting married in the fall, consider incorporating colors like orange, yellow, and red. For a winter wedding, consider using cool colors like blue and silver. For a spring or summer wedding, consider incorporating pastel colors like pink, lavender, and light blue.

bright and colorful bridal bouquet

Tip 2

Look to your venue: Consider the colors of your venue when choosing your color palette. If your venue has a lot of wood or brick, warm colors like brown, gold, and orange can complement the space nicely. If your venue is more modern with a lot of white and glass, consider using cooler colors like blue, green, and silver.

blush and white ground arch and aisle flowers

Tip 3

Think about your personal style: Your wedding day should reflect your personal style! Therefore, you should consider incorporating your favorite colors into your color palette. If you love bright colors, consider using a bold color like fuchsia or turquoise. If you prefer more muted tones, consider using soft colors like blush or sage green.

fall arbor with greenery and rich fall toned flowers

These are by no means hard and fast rules when it comes to choosing a color palette for your Vermont wedding. Ultimately, you should choose colors that make you happy and reflect your personal style. Remember this is your wedding and in 20 years we want you to look back and love those photos. Still feeling stumped? Let’s Chat about it!

Photography by: Jenna Brisson Photography, Kelsey Regan Photography, Ellen Sargent Photography x2