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Choosing a Color Palette for Your Wedding

When planning an important event, like a wedding, color planning is paramount! Each year Savvi Formalwear obsesses over the newest bridesmaid colors from Alfred Angelo, Dessy, Allure Bridals, David’s Bridal… you name the company, we have our eye on them! We make sure to purchase vests and ties in the trending shades so that our customers can achieve their complete wedding color story.  Finding websites and blogs that help to make color palettes can really aid your planning… So we had to share.

Remember, playing with complimentary colors will add interest and make your wedding style more dynamic. Even if you want a monochromatic design, shading, patterns and textures will make the style look more elegant. Matchy-matchy is so 6th grade, take these tips and start designing like a professional!


This color blog is quite a gem, I especially love the “Fresh Hues” section that is updated daily with new palettes. Blogger, Jessica Colaluca, of Design Seeds has a color palette for any occasion life might throw at you, creating swatches inspired by interior design, couture fashion, vintage images and everyday items. Click on a color sample to find similar shades, color schemes and color values that you can use to recreate the look yourself. Some people could get lost playing on this site for quite some time!


Ready to choose your wedding colors? Chrissy Ott of The Perfect Palette has something for every bride, creating idea boards based on various themes and color schemes, like “rustic romance” and “mint to be.” You can also search by season if that is weighing into your event design.