Top Wedding Colors of 2019

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Written by Dana Felderhoff
February 01, 2019

Dana is the owner and lead designer at Felderhoff & Co. She lives in Fort Worth, TX with her husband, Jake.

Y’all. 2019 is going by so crazy fast! I can’t believe it’s already February. With a new year, comes new wedding color trends! After reading about all of the anticipated trends of the coming year, I’ve selected my top three favorite wedding colors for 2019.

Classic White

Photos by Brianna Wilbur

I’m a huge fan of classic black and white and am thrilled that this trend is predicted to continue strong in 2019. This color palette is so elegant and timeless, and allows for so much flexibility in decor and flowers. Whether you go with gorgeously understated white flowers and greenery, or big bold arrangements with lots of colors, a classic black and white invitation will still fit coherently with your wedding style!

Sage Green

Photos by Meggie Taylor Photography

The greenery filled wedding trend that began in 2017 is here to stay, and I’m not mad about it. I especially love the soft sage green tone that will be making a notable appearance in 2019. Almost gray, this color can be used as a neutral and mixed with a variety of colors to make a number of unique wedding palettes. The shades of green trend can be adopted as a part of several different style aesthetics, from flowy and organic to classic and romantic!

Dusty Blue

Photos by Trisha Kay Photography

Dusty blue has become such a popular wedding color...with its ability to add a sophisticated touch to a wedding color scheme regardless of season, I can see why! It can be paired with white, silver, and light gray for a dreamy winter wonderland wedding, or muted blush and sage for a romantic spring soirée.

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