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How to Choose a Wedding Colour...

Choosing the color for your wedding can be a fun and exciting endeavour. The color you choose sets the tone for the entire celebration, showcasing your style and personality. But with so many beautiful colors to choose from, how do you pick the one that's right for you? Here are some tips to make the process easier.
1. Consider the theme of your wedding:
When choosing your wedding colours, it's important to keep in mind the theme of your wedding. The color scheme should match the overall atmosphere of the wedding. For example a rustic autumnal colour scheme like the Rachel invite.
2. The time of the year:
Darker colours such as navy, burgundy or forest greens are very popular for winter such as the Lena invitation. Light and bright colours for spring/summer like the Sienna.
3. Look at the colors in your venue:
Take a look at the venue where the wedding will be held. The colors of the venue could inspire your wedding colours. You could also choose a complementary colour that compliments the venue's colour scheme. 
4. Incorporate your favourite colour:
If you have a preferred colour, why not use it as the key colour in your wedding? Whether it's bold and bright like the Roz or subtle and muted like Vogue, this is a fun and personal way to incorporate your style into your wedding.
Once you have chosen your wedding colour, here are some ways to incorporate it in your invitations:
1. Envelopes:
One of the easiest ways to incorporate your chosen colour is to use it as the envelope colour. Choose a shade that complements the invitation card and gives the design an extra pop of colour.
2. Borders:
Adding a border to the invitation in your chosen colour is another way to bring it to life. This can be done using a contrasting colour or by choosing a matching lighter or darker shade like the Eugenie and Tanya invites.
3. Text:
Using text in your chosen colour like the Clarissa invite, not only looks great but also adds a touch of personalisation.
4. Embellishements:
You can also add ribbon, foil accents, lace or other coloured embellishments to make your wedding colour stand out like the Andrea invite.
5. Patterns and florals:
Adding graphics in your chosen colour adds a unique touch of elegance to your invitation. Floral prints are very popular like the Brid invitation.
In conclusion, choosing the right color for your wedding invitation sets the tone for your entire wedding celebration. With a little bit of thought and creativity, you can incorporate your chosen color scheme in a way that complements your style and personality. By following these tips and tricks, your wedding invitations will be as unique and memorable as your special day.