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Palettes To Bring Out Your Wedding Mood

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A stand out colour scheme ties all the elements of your wedding together to create a seamless theme that is key to setting the desired mood for the entire event. From your save-the-dates to the centerpieces, whether you opt for delicate pastels or bold, bright hues, we’ve collated 8 stunning palettes for some helpful inspiration.


1. Citrus, Coral, Mustard, Brown

From oranges to lemons, this fruity colour palette introduces a zing to your event and pairs well with neutral shades and organic hues such as greens and browns. It’s bright, it’s fresh; a colour combination that suits a down-to-earth, rustic style wedding.

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2. Merlot, Pink, White

A sensual shade that denotes romance, the colour of merlot is a bold choice. Pair down with dusty pink and white to add a more delicate touch to this semi-moody tone. Pair Asiatic Lilies with deep red and blush roses for an unforgettable bouquet and centrepieces, perfect for an elegant affair.

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3. Midnight Blue, Yellow, Gold

For a palette that inspires sun soaked days by the sea, pair midnight blue with yellow or gold. It’s a contemporary palette that makes a bold and fun statement, it works perfectly for a marine inspired theme or just for that “something blue”.


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4. Blush, Peach

Ideal for a romantic, bohemian theme this tranquil colour combination of soothing shades, creates a calming and welcoming atmosphere. Don’t worry about being too pretty in pink, just imagine it paired with your groomsmen in navy or grey, or added to dusty green eucalyptus leaves for a delicate, organic style bouquet.

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5. Yellow, White, Green

This happy colour palette takes the colour of sunshine and sunflowers, and pairs them with green as nature intended. From pastel shades to pineapple, yellow works effortlessly with deep greens - a happy combination that suits Singapore’s climate and is guaranteed to leave your guests smiling.

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6. Lavender, Violet, White

Taking Inspiration from Patone’s colour of the year in 2018, Ultraviolet is a striking and increasingly popular colour choice for a wedding. Use sparingly for the greatest effect with bridesmaid or groomsmen accessories, or paired down with a softer shade like lavender or lilac. These juicy hues are perfect for an elegant style or a wedding with a vintage edge.

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7. Eucalyptus Green, Dove Grey, Ivory, Moss

Classy and sophisticated, a combination of neutral shades like dove grey, slate, ivory and moss are the epitome of elegance and add a touch of sophistication to your wedding. Neutrals work great with any splash of colour you may want to add and fit perfectly with Singapore’s backdrop of colonial style architecture for the ultimate monochromatic portrait.

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8. Rainbow

As a symbol for good luck, hope, and happiness, why wouldn’t you want to incorporate all the colours of the rainbow into your big day. It’s a bold and festive statement that can be difficult to pull off - try hand crafted details in your decor or put your bridesmaids in a different shade each, for a more subtle yet playful effect.

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