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With the fall is coming, do you realise the 2020 is around the corner?!

We know some of you had to hold your wedding to the next year because of the CIVD-19, and you all expect a large fancy wedding for the next year.  So it’s right the time to think about your wedding color theme!

This time we will show you the hottest 12 wedding color ideas, from the light color palettes for the spring wedding to the darker color palettes for the fall and winter weddings. With lots of wedding dresses, desert, wedding decor, and of course, the beautiful bridesmaid dresses! We will make your 2021 weddings to be full of lots of unique and fun elements!

We hope these color palettes will inspire you and get you one step closer to the best day of your life! Happy planing always!

Rust<<& Teal

As you know, boho wedding is one of the hottest wedding theme in 2020. It’s so romantic and chic, we think it will be hotter in the 2021 wedding trend. Rust is the classic boho wedding color, we add some emerald green in this color idea to make it more special. This color palettes is born for the fall wedding! Don’t you LOVE IT??

2021 fall wedding color trend, rust and teal wedding color idea
Photo via Inspired by This Blog / Hello May / Glittery Bride / Nikk Nguyen Photo / Winterwares

You May Like: Rust Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Emerald<< & Canyon Rose<<

As we said in the post Tips for Pulling Off Mismatched Bridesmaid Dresses<<, usually we suggest you avoiding using contrasting colors because it’s too hard to balance such as green and red. But these two colors are in the same color saturation, so they can combine naturally.

Also, the emerald and canyon rose color are our bestsellers in past two years, we just love the tones and mood of the entire wedding.

2021 wedding trend, emerald and cinnamon wedding color idea
Photo via WedLuxe Magazine / Rock My Wedding / wedding chicks

You May Like: Emerald Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Canyon Rose<< & Dusty Rose<<

In my opinion, pink wedding theme will never out, it is always the first choice to many brides for their lovely romantic wedding. We usually recommend our customer to choose canyon rose and dusty rose for their mismatch bridesmaid dress, and they can combine beautifully in the whole wedding decor, too!

2021 boho wedding color trend,canyon rose and dusty rose wedding color ideas with bridesmaid dresses
Photo via BHLDN Weddings / Esty / WedLuxe Magazine / noni / claire_risingoakimages

You May Like: Canyon Rose Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Deep Sea<< & Palomino<<

We know you must saw lots of the outdoor wedding color ideas, but this one is a breath of fresh air. Deep sea is a special color which can touch your deep mind and makes you feel so comfortable and peaceful. We highly recommend you to choose this color in your intimate outdoor wedding.

Photo via burnettsboards / Elegant Wedding Invitation / Wedding Forward

You May Like: Deep Sea Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Dusty Blue<< & Burgundy<<

Dusty blue is a classic wedding color for years and years, it will never out. This time we add a little red tone in this wedding theme to add some visual impact for your wedding. Trust me, this color palette is brilliant!

dusty blue and burgundy wedding color idea for 2021 trend
Photo via My Wedding / Courtney Inghram Floral Design / Inspired by This Blog / Style Me Pretty / Wedding Colors

You May Like: Dusty Blue Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Lavender<< & Lavender Blush<<

We also love the color idea in the same color shade, lavender and lavender blush is an excellent color palette for an elegant, fancy wedding no matter indoor or outdoor. And it’s also lends itself to spring and summer weddings, stunning!

Photo via WEDAWAYS / Sarah’s Stands / Confetti Sweethearts / Casar é um Barato / stefaniebendt

You May Like: Lavender Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Mustard & Greenery<<

You may realized that yellow wedding are getting poplars these days. It’s not the mainstream wedding color themes, but it can make your wedding stand out and impress your guests. It’s so beautiful and easy to balance with the greenery color, isn’t it?

mustard and greenery boho wedding color idea 2021
Photo via Green Wedding Shoes / Siren Floral Co / Karina & Maks photography / Party Crush Studio / Wedding Forward 

Dusty Rose<< & Moss<<

Here is another classic color color palette, pinks and greens always be the perfect match for spring and summer wedding theme. If you love the dusty rose color and have a spring wedding, PLEASE select dusty rose and moss color palette, they’re so beautiful, we’ll never tired to recommend them.

dusty rose and greenery wedding color idea for 2021 trend
Photo via Studio Mira Zwillinger / jeremychou / Ling’s moment / Style Me Pretty

You May Like: Dusty Rose Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Sky Blue<< & Blush Pink<<

Sky blue and blush pink will be really a refreshing color combination even melting your heart. In this color idea, everything is so breathtaking. I can feel the sweet love just by looking at these photos, imaging when you at the wedding!

spring wedding color idea 2021 with sky blue & blush pink
Photo via Martha Stewart Weddings / A Beautiful Wedding / Molly Carr / Etsy / Catan Fashions / Style Me Pretty

You May Like: Light Sky Blue Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Mulberry<< & Gold

Red colors had rocked the 2020 fall wedding, and we have no doubt it will rock the 2021 fall wedding. We’ve already introduce lots of red colors, such as burgundy, wine, and canyon rose, and we beleieve mulberry will be the a trend for 2021. Look at this color palette, so chic!

hottest 2021 wedding color idea in mulberry and gold
Photo via wibina / Mango Muse Events / Wedding Forward  / wowjonnes / Anchored Paper Co. / WedLuxe Magazine

You May Like: Mulberry Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Sage Green<< & Taupe<<

Sage green is such a chic and safe color especially when matching the taupe color. It will never going wrong using the taupe color wood wedding decor when the main color tone in sage green. Looking how beautiful of the sage green bridesmaid dresses!

greenery and taupe wedding color idea for 2021 trend
Photo via Love My Dress / AliExpress / Lápis de Noiva / Desiree Hartsock Bridal / Sarah Jane Interiors

You May Like: Mist Bridesmaid Dresses<<

Classic blue<< & Gold

Last but not the least, we highly recommend to you: Classic blue! The 2020 PANTONE color of the Year! !

In our experience, the Pantone color of the Year will be hot in the next year. So the classic blue will definitely be the wedding color trend 2021! The classic blue and gold color palette are so rich feeling, it’s the best choice for the luxury wedding!

wedding color ideas 2021 trend, Pantone color classic blue and gold wedding color idea
Photo via wedding chicks / ohsobeautifulpaper / the knot / Noiva Ansiosa / NailDesignsJournal / Every Last Detail

You May Like: Classic Blue Bridesmaid Dresses<<




Here’s how to make your day shine—like, literally.

Bride and Groom Under Lights

We are all about the wedding details—cakes, flowers, monogrammed invites, and more. But we have to admit this understated fact: Lighting is the single most important décor element at your wedding. And while, at first, that thought sounds more functional than fun, hear us out: The bulbs and candles you select (whether they’re simple votives or over-the-top chandeliers) are what will ultimately light your perfect venue, make your photos just right, and keep the party going—even after the sun sets. So, yeah, lighting is important, and it’s an essential element of both your budget andwedding-day décor. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with it—in fact, you shouldhave fun with it. As with any other design detail, treat choosing, planning, and installing the night’s illumination as yet another opportunity to carry out your design vision—whatever style that is.

And we don’t just mean “style” in terms of whether you’re a modern, romantic, or glam bride. Instead, take a moment to think about your priorities and create a lighting plan around that. For instance, if you’re a foodie bride who envisions a wine-fueled night under the stars, consider hanging string lights above the dinner area or placing a long line of taper candles down the middle of the table. Both would spotlight the night’s main show (the food) and keep your guests in their seats way past the final course. Same goes for you flower ladies. If you’re spending that much per bloom, show them off with plenty of votives scattered about. And if you already have your dancing shoes ready for a night on the dance floor, make a show of it with a disco ball up top or paper lanterns around the area’s perimeter. (You can see examples of both below, but a lighting statement here almost guarantees a good party—why do you think you like dancing at a night club so much?)

But seriously, as you start to think about your lighting plan, remember that the options are endless and can be easily catered to any venue, budget, and style. Keep scrolling to see picture-perfect wedding lighting ideas that will make your day shine—like, literally. This is your time in the spotlight so now’s your chance to choose the right light.

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Bring the Outside In

Hanging greenery with candles

At this Philadelphia real wedding, floral and lighting designer Oleander brought the bride’s vision for an outdoor vibe indoors with hanging greenery, hanging votive handles—and even more candles on the floor.

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Create a Ceiling of Lights

Unique lighting idea

How amazing is this photo? We love how the ceiling of lights defines the dinner space while also creating the look of a starry sky (even in daylight).

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Incorporate String Lights

Unique lighting idea

Again, string lights up above for the win. This lighting example works especially well because the lights can be easily strung through the existing trellis of greenery.

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Mix Garlands and Drapes

Minimalist ceremony venue with lights

At this Brooklyn real wedding, planner Jove Meyer filled the empty blank space (thanks to those gorgeous high ceilings) with greenery-wrapped garlands, string lights, and white draping. The result: Lights perfectly shining from behind said simple sheers.

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Hang a Fixture

Unique lighting idea

You can always make a statement with one eye-catching fixture. This antique bronze chandelier does the trick—and is perfect if you want your reception to feel like an at-home dinner party.

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Use Taper Candles on Tables


We can’t get enough of this light-filled scene. Who knew the balance of taper candles on tables and bistro lights up above could be so perfect?

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Line Up Lanterns

Guests dancing at reception

A line of lit lanterns provides light for an open-air dinner, while also setting the scene for one serious dance sesh. (The sand dance floor isn’t required but highly encouraged.)

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Create Chandelier Orbs


Are these cool chandelier orbs more perfect for a Restoration Hardware catalog or a wedding reception? Hard to decide—but we sure do love them filled with greenery against a sleek white backdrop.

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Scatter Spot Lights


It may sound obvious, but use lighting to show off your beautiful venue (duh). Here, golden spot lights are used along the perimeter of the dinner space to highlight beautiful stone walls.

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Illuminate the Outside

Candles Outside Tent

Don’t forget to illuminate the outside of your space, too—especially if you’re pitching a tent in the middle of a dark field. Here, Tara Guérard Soirée lined the edges of this white-draped tent with pillar candles in tall glass vases.

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Hang Mini String Lights


String lights come in all shapes and sizes but these mini ones are especially cool. Why? The small bulb size means they make enough of a statement but also don’t distract from those perfectly-planned table settings.

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Mix Garlands and Statement Candles

Reception Dinner

Don’t think you ever have to choose between a long table garland and statement candles. Here, short pillar candles are used on the outside of each garland centerpiece for one statement display.

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Line Your Staircase


Remember to light up the tricky areas where your guests will gather after dark. Staircases are such places, as are paths to the bathrooms and bar. That being said, we can totally see this candle-lined staircase as a first look location or ceremony site.

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Light Up Trees

Wedding reception venue

Now here’s a unique idea: Set up your tables around well-lit trees. We’re obsessed with how the table arrangement, trees, and spot lights draw your eyes upwards (towards cool, wooden beams) and fill up this large, industrial venue.

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Hang Chandeliers Outdoors


If chandeliers are your thing, think outside the box by hanging them outside of a ballroom. We love this unexpected take when sparklers are hung at different heights in a natural setting.

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Use Candles of Varying Heights

Reception Table

When you spend months curating the perfect place settings and centerpieces, you best use candles of varying heights to show off your handiwork. These tall, black pillar candles and mini votives do the trick.

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Hang Lights Around Trees

Table Setting

We’ve talked about hanging lights from trees but you can hang them around trees, too. At this garden wedding in San Diego, string lights look beautiful when wrapped around a statement tree’s base and branches.

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Use Moroccan-Inspired Lanterns


At this elegant backyard bash, a cluster of Moroccan-inspired lanterns kept the open-air tent lit well into the night. We especially love how the silver hue adds a metallic accent up above (and coordinates with the marble-inspired table settings).

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Mix Antique Chandeliers With Greenery

White tablescape

Talk about a statement installation. Here, an unexpected mix of antique chandeliers and flowing greenery makes for one serious photo op moment.

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Light Hundreds of Candles

Italian cathedral venue

This photo is yet another reminder of how to use lighting to highlight your space. This real bride wanted to highlight the natural beauty of her ceremony site (and rightfully so) so she lined the aisle and altar with hundreds of candles—and zero flowers.

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Use Candelabras

Reception Tent with Candles

Tall candelabras do double duty in that they add both light and height to your tabletops. At this wedding, white candles mixed with white linen tablecloths allow the gold accents (and candlelight) to be the focal point.

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Create an Illusion

Table with Greenery Garland

Here, string lights are hung in straight lines to visually draw your eye towards the peak of the tent. This all-time favorite design works especially well with clear-top tents because it creates the illusion of stars after dark.

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Hang Glass Orbs

Bride and groom during first dance

Can you say epic photo? This shot features a couple on the dance floor that’s surrounded by hanging glass orbs filled with mini votive candles.

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Dance Under a Disco Ball

Couple at Sweetheart Table

And speaking of dance floors, don’t underestimate the power of a retro disco ball against string lights. The result is pure magic—and let’s be honest: Who doesn’t want to be in the middle of this dance floor?


Although our country is currently on a lock down, doesn’t mean you stop being excited and put a pause to all your wedding planning.  There is a lot out there right now put in by the media which is making you think whether to postpone your wedding or the need to cancel, and that’s because for many this is a real heart wrenching time. However, we are here to help cheer you up and get you going with a few wedding planning tips!! Here are a few things you can do during this time while maintaining social distancing. Hope this will keep you excited and make you look forward to the big day. You can also consult wedding planners in Chennai to learn more about wedding planning themes.

  • Prepare Guest List


The number of guests you have at your wedding affects everything you do while planning, but creating the list can seem like an incredibly difficult task to start. We are here to help! Categorize them to pull your lifetime of friends and family into one guest list.


Family List them ALL, down the second cousins you see only at the family reunion.
Close Friends These are the people you see or speak to on a regular basis, or are significant in your life.
Professional Friends Coworkers, clients-turned-friends, mentors, or other people who are significant to your professional life.
Significant Relationships The people who remain significant in your life, and can include friends from childhood, college, sports organizations, or any other group in your life that was meaningful.

  • Quarantine Mood boards

Pinterest is brilliant and crazy all at the same time! It gives so much inspiration for all the things that are possible – from your Wedding decorations themes all the way to your wedding outfit. It has all your party ideas. Do not hesitate to create innumerable mood boards for all the various elements that you are going to need. The most common mistake that people make is having just one board. Start by breaking the boards down for example:


  • Invites
  • Save the date
  • Flowers
  • Food & Dessert
  • Photo booth
  • Decorations

Just Keep Pinning!!! 

  • DIY it all

There is so much that can be done just sitting at home, start getting those creative juices flowing and see where it takes you! Considering you have a lot of time in hand, doing DIY will not just save money but loads of fun to sit together with family and make all these décor items. All you need is may be a few glazed papers and you can make paper fans, boats and wheels for those table center pieces adding a personal touch or just collect those old bottles and jars and paint them or stick some lace and tie a ribbon knot Or just clip the photographs on threads and brighten the set up with fairy lights and flowers.….there are numerous DIY décor ideas out there for you to execute while sitting at home which will add a personal touch and can save you some big bucks too.

  • Create a Checklist and timeline

There are going to be so many little bits that you will need for your big day, now’s the time to start that check list of what to order nearer the time. As you will not be so rushed now, you can have a proper look at what you want  because you might have to rush things eventually once the lockdown comes to an end its safe for you to head out for the last set of arrangements.  

STAY HOME STAY SAFE!! We’ve got you covered!!













There are gazillions of articles with instructions on cutting your wedding budget. “Cut your guest list,” they say…uhhh….duhh… where the guest list is usually a 500 person minimum. Unfortunately, the majority of the advice out there does not apply to big-fat-Indian weddings.WDC to the rescue! Yours truly has rounded up 5 very applicable tips on saving on your very wallet heavy:
1. Food
Depending on your families, opt for an all vegetarian menu. Include enough paneer dishes, and most of your meat eating cousins won’t miss the non vegetarian food too much. If an all vegetarian menu isn’t an option, try concentrating most of the non veg options at the cocktail hour instead of in the main course.
2. Wedding Sites
Surprisingly, the nicest wedding sites (museums, public gardens, etc) can be the most affordable. Make sure to consider alternative locations before opting for your closest 5 star hotel.
3. Bouquets
Forgo the bridal bouquets. Not only are they costly, but they look out of place at Indian weddings. A classier and more cost effective option is for the bride to enter with a garland or decorated coconut; and for the bridesmaids to carry diyas.
4. Alcohol
Sigh, Indian weddings and their alcohol. Omitting alcohol at an Indian wedding is often out of the question. However, you do have two options on cutting the alcohol budget: 1) Do not serve alcohol at the Sangeet. It’s not necessary, and often not expected. You don’t want drunk guests dancing around with wooden dandia sticks. 2) Limit the choices or hours of availability, not the amount.  You can get away with eliminating hard alcohol and sticking to champagne, wine, beer and a signature drink. An alternative is to limit the hours on the bar.
5. Centerpiece
Stick to seasonal flowers, and alternate costlier high centerpieces with less expensive low centerpieces.