There are so many gorgeous palettes for beach weddings which makes it super easy to find one which suits your style perfectly. Here are a few that I like:
The bold, bright array of colours and patterns reflects a fresh, boho chic style for the fun-loving bride. Mixing patterns can scare some people off but I think it’s great to experiment and explore different possibilities. The end result will be very personal and unique.
Images- Style Me Pretty (The Image Is Found Photography), Figs and Ginger, Wedding Wire (Maggie Stolzberg Photography), Brides (Union Photography), Elizabeth Anne Designs (Meg Perotti Photography), Wedding Wire (Wedding Story Photo), Weddings Of Desire (Studio Que Photography), Wedding Wire (David Schwartz Photography), Style Me Pretty (Jose Villa), Colin Cowie Weddings (Garrett Holden Photography)
Oh my, I so love earth tones! I don’t know- maybe it’s the island girl in me but seeing these colours makes me feel relaxed and at peace. The beach or outdoors environment will naturally complement this theme resulting in an almost effortless beauty.
Images- Munaluchi Bride (Rebecca Arthurs Photography), Wedding Bee, Style Me Pretty (First Comes Love Photography), Jose Villa, Le Magnifique (Becca Rillo Photography), My Sweet and Saucy (Elizabeth Messina), Bridal Musings (Richard Harris Photography)
For the bride who is looking for a light, romantic palette, a combination of blush, pink and blue tones might be just the thing to reflect a soft, beachy look.
Images- Borrowed and Blue, Enfianced (Brandon Kidd Photography), Bride & Joy (Jennifer Eileen Photography), Style Me Pretty (Leigh Miller Photography), Mindy Weiss (Ira Lipkke Photography), Signature K Events & flowers (Ventana Photography), Grey Likes Weddings (Stephanie Williams Photography), Society bride (OffBEET Productions), A Low Country Wedding (Riverland Studios)
You know, I never used to be a big fan of yellow but a few years ago I was browsing through some wedding blogs and saw a gorgeous, modern, yellow and grey poolside wedding. I was blown away by all of the stylishly chic details and it really forced some perspective.
To that end, I think a combination of yellow, grey and white is utterly sophisticated. Incorporating a chevron or striped or any kind of pattern into your details adds even more flair.
Images- Train to Carolina, Valley & Co. Weddings (Shannon Lee Images), Pinterest, Chic Fashion, Neworleansbeanieco, The Knot (Sabine Scherer Photography) The Knot (Janae Shields Photography), Wedding Invite Love, Nordstrom
Nautical preppy is a term I only learned of while making this board though I’ve always been familiar with the look itself. The more traditional colours are navy, white and green which is gorgeous in itself but I decided to add in the aqua because that’s the colour staring back at me when I go to the beach- seriously, our waters are that clear! Don’t take my word for it- here’s proof
For the vintage lovers, here’s a neutral colour palette with just a few soft brushes of colour here and there. Laid-back charm and rustic elements are perfect for a vintage beach wedding.