What’s your favorite wedding color choice? Is it one of the hot trends for wedding colors in 2009? Let’s take a look at what the experts say is hot for 2009!
In both 2007 and 2008, brides tended to select soft greens and white, lilac and even Black and white. So popular were these colors in fact, you may well find them leading the way in 2009 wedding colors as well. You will also likely see brighter colors begin to emerge as well.
Fashion experts agree that there will be an influx of bright colors, leaning toward the exotic. While you certainly wouldn’t want to go overboard, a bride that wants to strut her style with her 2009 wedding colors will want to make a bold splash of color if she wants to keep in with the current style trends.
How, you may be wondering, can you add this splash of bold color without going overboard? One thing you will want to definitely do is to keep the primary areas traditional. This includes keeping the bridal gown classic. Bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen clothing should be color coordinated as well. From there, you can make a statement with the flower arrangements, table centerpieces and the trim on the cake.
Tropical colors that feature bright yellows and turquoise will likely be popular, and when mixed with a tropical wedding theme can be quite a beautiful site to behold. Favor boxes can be decorated with ribbons of blue and yellow along with place settings that are color coordinated will give off the illusion of the tropics.
You’ll also likely see orange color schemes making its way back into popularity. These oranges work well when you coordinate them with peach tones and an occasional very bright orange splash. In this case, you could use peach colored favor boxes tied with bright orange ribbons and you could include Tiger lilies in bridal bouquets.
While pinks are always in style, 2009 is about new beginnings, and 2009 wedding colors are about making a statement of these new beginnings, so in the case of pinks being the color of choice, you will see strong pink shades as opposed to the paler shades. As with the other bright colors, this should go over well if you follow the same techniques mentioned previously, and keep traditional things as traditional, then make your color statement with the decor.