Become a Top Wedding Planner – Recommend Non-Traditional Wedding Colors to Your Brides

 

When helping a bride select her wedding colors, you might want to follow the recommendations of celebrity wedding planner David Tutera. In his advice column in the September/October 2010 issue of Bridal Guide magazine, he writes about the importance of selecting colors that express the personality of the bride. This may mean getting the bride away from traditional all-white or all-pastel wedding color schemes and getting more daring.

Some of his suggestions:

Spring Weddings

Add plum or coral to pastels

Summer Weddings

Bold yellows, purples, reds and blues or use shades of one color such as coral, salmon and burnt orange as a scheme

Fall Weddings

Taupe or burgundy with copper and a touch of lavender

Winter Weddings

Use white with a touch of lavender or add a metallic pewter, silver, copper, bronze or gold

David suggests having fun with color but not overdoing it by trying to incorporate more than three or four hues.

Read the magazine for more of his advice on color.



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