Wedding Colour Schemes Moodboard. Pt 2

Welcome to our Wedding Colour Schemes Moodboard series! Choosing a colour scheme for your wedding is one of the most important decisions you’ll make when it comes to planning your big day. Not only will it set the tone for your wedding, but it will also determine the decor, flowers, tablescape, and attire.

Dusty Rose

Canva describes Dusty Rose as “While some might envision this color to be plain, this mix of pink and violet is definitely not a wallflower. Though less flashy than a neon pink, dusty rose combines pink and violet for a rich and elegant hue.”

Romantic and timeless, Dusty Rose is a great starter wedding colour option as it effortlessly combines with so many others. This versatile colour can be incorporated into many different aspects of your wedding. Whether your style is rustic, bohemian, or classic, dusty rose is the perfect choice.

Burnt Orange

Canva describes Red Orange as “As its name suggests, red orange is a cross between the two hues. More red than orange, it is bright and exciting and associated with physical energy. It is playful, energetic, and engaging.”

Perfect for an Autumnal wedding, Burnt Orange falls under the Red Orange spectrum, meaning that it pairs well with other warm hues like burgundy, gold, and deep red. If you are looking for a more natural textured wedding day consider Terracotta and clay for your tablescapes.


Canva describes Burgandy as “Burgundy is a deep reddish-brown shade inspired by wine from the Burgundy region of France. The deep, dark red is the result of mixing red with a dash of green and blue, resulting in brown with purple undertones.”

This classic and elegant colour has been a staple in weddings for years for an excellent reason. Nothing oozes luxury quite like a Burgandy touch in any wedding day element. Sophisticated and Versatile, very little doesn’t pair well with Burgandy!


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