Spring is upon us, marking the official start of wedding season. To gain insider info on the spring wedding colors that are about to be everywhere, we reached out to the experts at 100 Layer Cake, one of our go-to sources of wedding inspiration, to weigh in. From soft pink to pale yellow, these are the seasonally appropriate hues wedding aficionado Angela Hamilton predicts are poised to blow up on Pinterest. Ahead, Hamilton shares the prettiest spring palettes along with gorgeous photos from real-life weddings for inspiration.
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"We're used to seeing soft pinks in the florals and bridesmaid dresses this time of year, but including it in the candles themselves is a really fresh, surprising way to use this classic shade," says Hamilton.
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"You don't see pale yellows every season," notes Hamilton. "But it makes a comeback every spring!"
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"Look for unique takes on pinks and purples, like lilacs and mauves," Hamilton advises.
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"Peach is the new blush—it's just as pretty but less traditional," Hamilton notes.
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"We never tire of seeing white and greenery (especially when it comes to peonies!)," confesses Hamilton. "It's so elegant and effortless."
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"White-on-white décor or place settings are always a hit because you can bring in pops of color in the florals," Hamilton advises.
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"Pale blues always give a nature-inspired venue a nice pop of color," Hamilton observes.
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"Pairing blush with natural greenery and wood accents keeps a rustic wedding on the romantic side," recommends Hamilton.
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"We love how timeless a vibrant red can be, and it makes such a statement at an outdoor venue," observes Hamilton.
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"Keep deeper hues 'spring' by balancing them with blush and white," suggests Hamilton.