Welcome to our wonderful world of colours.

8 Popular Wedding Colours And Their Meanings

For a wedding to become more memorable, unique and exciting, a good and well planned wedding theme is a must. Wedding theme sets the tone and the overall feel of the wedding ceremony up to the reception.

For you to come up with a nice theme, you have to choose and decide the colour(s) you want to be seen at the wedding.

Below, I listed down eight of the most popular wedding colours along with their meanings. I hope it can help you out to choose or decide the perfect theme for your big event. Here they are.



Red. Red is absolutely the most popular wedding colour around. It’s a traditional colour or symbol of love. It also represents the great and unconditional love between the couple. Red is the easiest tone to be partnered with other colour in terms of wedding decorations

Yellow.  Yellow weddings are happy and vibrant moments. Yellow symbolizes joy and happiness and it is a perfect colour for a happy couple celebrating their big day. This is also a great colour for a summer or spring wedding.

Blue. Blue is the colour of peace and tranquillity. It is perfect for small and intimate weddings and is often used at beach weddings partnered with white or any light colour. Blue is also used traditionally in a summer or spring wedding.

Black. Black is growing in popularity nowadays and even celebrities use black as their wedding theme colour. Black represents class, formality and elegance. Black is best partnered with yellow, gold or silver. It is a perfect wedding colour theme for winter wedding celebration. WORD OF CAUTION: black themed wedding is not designed for all so use it with great caution.

Green. Green means abundance, wealth, growth and positivity. Green is usually seen at a garden wedding and most especially in a spring season wedding.

Purple. Purple represents royalty. It also depicts sophistication and class. Purple themed wedding is often used for small intimate weddings.

White. White is the traditional wedding colour that represents purity, innocence, fertility and cleanliness. Most traditionally planned and executed weddings use white as their dominant theme.

Pink. Like red, represents love. It also represents innocence, sensuality and sweetness. Pink is often complemented with white or red.

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There you have it, the common wedding theme or colours of this generation. I hope you find it helpful if ever you are looking out for the kind of wedding colour to use or are in doubt, consult Event Perfekt Styling team.

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