15 Summer Wedding Color Schemes That'll Have You Head Over Heels In 2022
If you’re getting married somewhere lush, then poppy and sage is the move.
Incorporate tropical tones and leafy motifs into table settings and bouquets to give your event an upscale beachy feel.
Poppy and Sage
You can’t go wrong with a classic neutral, a touch of glam, and strong forestry vibes.
Optimal for both a sleek, modern setting or a barn party, this color scheme looks ah-mah-zing on everything from your invitations to your cake.
White, Gold, and Green
Pink has been a classic wedding fave for forever, but a new dusty rose color is taking over this summer.
For an elegant yet enchanting look, fuse brown hues and muted pinks.
Cinnamon rose-inspired bridesmaid dresses and a blush bouquet = an uber-romantic aesthetic.
Best for an outdoor wedding, these purple shades can work for bridesmaids’ dresses or groomsmen’s ties, and they'll def pop against any naturally rich backdrop.
Lilac and Lavender
Classic blue—which Pantone describes as where the sea and sky meet at dusk, btw—is both classic and of-the-moment. (Très romantique, I might add.)
You can even go as far as to let this shade inspire your signature cocktail...as long as you're into Hpnotiq.
Nothing says summer like sunny yellows and playful pinks.
The combo of bohemian and feminine vibes creates a sweet sorbet perfect for legit any kind of hot-weather wedding.
Elevate your cocktail hour by turning your drink table into wall décor with pops of orange, both the color and the fruit.
Pineapple, Orange, and Pale Pink
If you're tying the knot oceanside, celebrate that natural beauty with elegant shades of blue and green.
Commit to the theme with sea-inspired place cards and favors your guests can use the next time they hit the beach.
Bonus: You already have your something blue.
Seaside Blues and Greens
Lean into cheery summer vibes by pairing vibrant marigold with lovely flowers.
Consider bringing the garden lewk to your bridesmaids’ dresses and asking your crew to wear bright floral prints, while also incorporating marigold blooms into your table settings.
Marigold and Floral
If you're getting married on the Fourth of July, you just found your color palette.
The bohemian vibe of these hues are on-brand for most summer weddings, but thankfully don't scream, "Happy birthday, America!" in, like, an annoying way.
Experiment with deep cranberry napkins or petals, and line each guest's seat with a blue ribbon.
Dusty Blue and Burgundy
Oh, and don't forget the most important part: The blue-and-white multi-tiered cake.
Dusty Blue and Burgundy
Earth tones are calming, which TBH, is not a bad thing, considering how stressful your wedding day is gonna be. (Sorry, but it's true.)
Did someone say roses and hydrangeas for the bouquet? Yeah, I dig.
Since these shades are pretty neutral, they're super easy to match with color accents, which is another plus.
Pistachio and Rose
If you wanna let your color palette show off your good taste, keep it simple with these warm hues.
The sunbathed tones are perfect for hot temps and will add a subtle desert vibe to your reception.
Consider dressing your bridesmaids in sand colors, too.
Terracotta and White
This is a low-key but super romantic option.
Perfect for a barn or garden wedding, these shades look great against exposed brick or wood paneling, and can even match your signature cocktail. (Hi, Bellini!)
Peach and Gold
Bring an outdoorsy 'tude with lots of wood and neutrals.
Ideal for nature-bound nuptials or to contrast an ultra-modern city setting, this combination will set your wedding apart.
Want to go even more on-theme? Splurge on wooden invitations or organic handcrafted keepsakes for favors.
Natural Woods and Neutrals
A sunny combo will make your wedding day feel full of life and love.
This lighthearted theme means you can totally include lemons, daffodils, and/or sunflowers in your bouquet and throughout the decor.
Yellow and Bright White
Yes, you *can* opt for both pastels and metallics.
It's your wedding, you get to make the rules!
The muted palette is at once lovey-dovey and crazy-cool.