In the blink of an eye, we’ve gone through just about half of 2020. In the wake of Covid-19, we have seen tons of weddings getting postponed or cancelled. But now with the effort of states reopening businesses, we can finally see a possibility of holding weddings in the fall, followed by new distancing rules and restrictions that we believe will become the new wedding trends in the coming years.
Now, let’s talk about the color trends that we’re predicting for this fall
There are no better colors than orange and yellow to represent the changing of seasons, especially for the fall. When we think about fall, the first thing that comes to mind is the changing colors of the leaves from fresh green turning into yellow and orange, which can be perfectly recreated by the combination of Sugar Almond and Canary. These two colors are the perfect compliment to each other and create a beautiful balance of vibrance and serenity.
If you’re looking for a spin, take a look at our Burnt Orange. It is a similar shade to the Sugar Almond we offer, but in velvet. We’ve talked previously about how velvet is the ultimate fabric for the fall and winter months, and Burnt Orange is definitely one of the chicest colors you can wear. We love the elegance that velvet brings and the flirty nature of burnt orange, your bridal party is going to look oh-so-glam.
One of the most exciting trends in recent weddings is a mix of fabric. We have previously talked about mixing velvet and sequin for more elevated, luxe look, and for the fall we want to suggest the idea of mixing velvet and chiffon. The combination of these two fabrics is perfect for brides who are having their weddings right in the transition from summer to fall. The chiffon provides a soft, breezy vibe that complements impeccably with the more structured, put-together look with velvet. In this scenario, we recommend considering dark green for your wedding color. Using the Pure Jade and the Hunter shades we have from our collection to create a wedding look that has a vintage vibe with a hint of subtle nature.
If you’re looking for a darker, richer shade, purple is always a good option. Violet is a great shade for bridal parties that are looking for a fun, vibrant color to brighten up the wedding. To mix things up a little bit, you can also add a pop of Bordeaux to draw out a richer, more vintage contrast. Alternatively, you can also add a shade of Orchid to create a lighter contrast that will not only look good in person, but even better in photos!