10 popular wedding colors with images for 2020

Here are 10 popular wedding colors with images to help you get started with selecting the perfect wedding color scheme.

29 July 2019

Need some inspiration to kick-start your wedding colour palette? Check out what vibes each colour can bring to your wedding, and then have a go at generating your own palette!


Adding splashes of red to your wedding theme can create a sense of passion, energy and excitement. It exudes a strong sense of confidence and optimism, and works well for more extroverted individuals.


Green gives a sense of nature, especially when used through foliage and flowers. It represents vitality and opposes conflict while conveying compassion and calmness.


Blue evokes a trustworthy and calming feel. It is a great safe choice without running the risk of being too pedestrian, as blue is a very likeable colour. Blue will allow your guests to feel welcomed, while also giving a feel of serenity and tranquility.


Brown can create an organic, simple and wholesome look. It is very down-to-earth and isn't boastful, but rather subdued and reliable.


A traditional colour, white represents simplicity and minimalism. It is reminiscent of new beginnings and a fresh start, which are all good things to be thinking on your wedding day.


Purple conveys majesty and nobility while at the same time evoking emotions of compassion and kindness. It is a good choice for the uninhibited individual, as it also represents uniqueness.


Black can be used to show elegance and sophistication. It is used by those who prefer to remain traditional and conventional.


Yellow represents friendship while evoking a cheerful and happy mode. It is excellent for demonstrating optimism and uplifting the mood.


Orange is the colour to choose for a fresh, youthful, creative and adventurous vibe. It is a colour for those who enjoy social gatherings and get-togethers, as well as being reminiscent of independence and assertiveness.


Pink is often used for weddings as it stimulates feelings of sentiment, romance and excitement. Softer tones of pink also suggest warmth and love.

Your turn!

Down below you can upload your favourite inspiration images and we'll generate a colour palette to help you get the look you want for your wedding. The images don't even have to be wedding related, maybe you really liked the scenerey of the last holiday you took and want to evoke that vibe for your wedding. Go ahead, give it a go!

Here are a few color schemes we've generated using Weddingbird's place card templates and a few of our favourite things.

blue wedding color paletteThis is a very popular place card design for weddings held in Fall.
blue wedding color paletteMy favourite place to get away from the busy city life.
blue wedding color paletteThis particular floral scent will always remind me of home.