Let us explain: Although these hues may sound a bit grandmotherly when said aloud, they can perfectly capture the bohemian vibe you're seeking for in a late autumn or early winter wedding.
Again, if you want to avoid the traditional red and green for your holiday wedding, choose a deep teal color with touches of berry red. Top farmhouse tables with rattan chargers and wooden flatware.
The last few wedding seasons have seen a tremendous surge in the popularity of blues, and to be honest, they go really well with a winter theme to create an altogether chilly mood.
This deep wine color (as well as actual wine, of course) comes to mind when I think of the months of October through March.
Wow, I'm pleased someone else decided to combine these two colors since I never would have. If you're planning a boho-chic desert wedding, this color scheme should be your choice.
Neutrals are your best friends if you want to make things extra basic so that dramatic lighting or an opulent location take center stage. Winter does *not* have to be a boring season in terms of color.
Getting married in a small wine cellar or warehouse? Establish the ideal look with subdued lighting and copper accents. To maintain the same minimalism, include some basic plants.
Use this subdued blue as your main feature and combine it with white accents to accentuate the colors of a starry, snowy night. This is a tad deeper than the powder blue that was previously described.