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 Top 10 Colours For Your Wedding This Year 
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Top 10 Colours For Your Wedding This Year
by: Louise Jarman

Wondering what colour to go for as part of your wedding theme? Take a look at our quick run-down of colours this year’s brides are choosing.

1. Ivory

The most popular colour so far this year is that firm favourite ivory. There was a time when only the bride would appear in this most beautiful of wedding colours but now the theme has extended to favours, flowers and bridesmaids.

2. Pink

Has featured as a prominent colour for bridesmaids for years – its just the shade that keeps changing. Watch out for very soft pinks this year.

3. Black

Black has been bubbling under for a while. This is now a very popular colour with many brides choosing to dress their bridesmaids in sophisticated black evening dress. Cool, gorgeous and very wearable.

4. Orange

The surprise sensation this year, brides are looking for more vibrant colours to match their sunny wedding themes.

5. Blue

Ice blues are continuing to be a very popular choice for brides. Understated and fabulous for those brides who like to keep the more girly hues to a minimum.

6. Gold

Still a classic. Gold is so versatile and great for brides who are happy to keep colours neutral. Opulent and vibrant, it’s a great colour for such a great occasion.

7. Lilac

An old favourite that keeps on going. This gorgeous shade is restful and calming which should help the bride if she has any last minute nerves.

8. Green

So fresh and invigorating, green is another colour which is great for brides seeking a neutral colour palette. A green and ivory combination is fabulous for flowers and favours alike.

9. Silver

So appealing to many brides, it adds sparkle and glamour to any wedding party.

10. Red

Red is such a positive and romantic colour that it is not surprising that it continues to remain in the top 10. It can be used sparingly for splashes of passion or used in abundance for the most sumptuous of themes. Can be used in its most pure crimson form or as more subtle burgundy tone.

Whatever you decide try having a look at our range of Wedding Favours at

About The Author

Louise Jarman is the proprietor of Go Wedding Favours and specialises in providing unique and unusual wedding favours, whatever your theme and colour scheme.

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Tue Aug 14, 2007 1:58 pm
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