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At Home with 2015’s Top Wedding Colors


Orange and green create a stylish wedding color combination that is both natural and contemporary: bhg.com

The colors you select for your wedding day say a lot about your home decorating style.

From muted tones to bold hues to dramatic color combinations—there’s no denying the importance of color at a wedding.

It’s one of the first choices a newly engaged woman makes about her big day, and it sets the tone for the entire event. A bride’s color palette sums up her style and conveys it to her guests. Whether you’ve planning a wedding or celebrating years of matrimony, you’ll appreciate this look at today’s top wedding color combos and their complementary home décor style mates.


This stunning wedding color palette of soft gray, ivory and blush works beautifully year-round and suggests a décor style of everyday elegance. Photo: bhg.com

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A new twist on the perennial favorite pink, this look is grounded with a deep shade of brown. Photo: bhg.com

Refined Pastels = Updated Traditional Decor

Yesterday’s candy pink bridal themes have been replaced with sophisticated pastels that nod at pink, peach, green and blue and are paired with chocolate, charcoal and metallic hues. Selecting these new iterations of pastel colors shows an affinity for the classics with an appreciation for the present and translates to an updated traditional style at home.


A modern take on pastels, this combination features barely-there pink paired with copper. Image: bhg.com


A color palette of refined pastels can extend from flowers to gifts to wine choices. Photo: ruemag.com.


If you like the timeless look of refined pastels, you’ll love the Sanctuary Collection, including this stylish entertainment console. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

The perfect expression of updated traditional décor, the Sanctuary Collection features classic shapes and motifs combined with modern finishes and functionality.

Natural Hues = Relaxed Decor

A treasure trove of color palettes, nature offers limitless color inspiration. From sky and sea blues to landscape greens to the fiery shades of sunset, there’s no going wrong when your colors reflect the world around you.


Varying shades of green inspired by nature blend together to create a fresh aesthetic of streamlined simplicity. Photo: bhg.com


A vibrant color pairing, orange and yellow capture the richest hues of a sunset sky. Photo: bhg.com.


A reflection of nature itself, the Sunset Point Collection has a casual vibe with a mix of three distressed finishes, cottage styling and charming textural elements. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

For the bride who chooses a natural color palette and landscape-inspired hues, the effortless style of Sunset Point is a perfect match.


The Sunset Point Bachelor’s Chest is offered in a soft, nature-inspired St. John Blue finish. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

Bold & Bright = Modern Décor

Deeper hues and bold color combination add drama and panache–making them perfect for brides who aren’t afraid to make a statement.


Using red and pink as your signature wedding colors suggests a confident, independent spirit. Photo: bhg.com


Creative and contemporary, the pairings of turquoise and orange is both unexpected and unforgettable. Photo: bhg.com


From destination weddings to those with rich family traditions, a color palette of bright tropical hues is fun and engaging. Photo: bhg.com


If you’re bold enough to embrace bright hues in your wedding, you’ll love the distinctive character of the Studio 7H Collection. Photo: Hooker Furniture.

Blending styles ranging from Mid-Century Modern and Scandinavian to Rustic Chic, Studio 7H represents the best in design and makes it easy to create a room with attitude.

It’s easy to see that color has a language all its own. From weddings to home decorating and furniture, the colors you choose say a lot about your personal style.

What do your wedding colors say about you and your signature home decorating look?

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