So you love the color gold and you know this will be one of your wedding colors but you’re not sure about the others. Here are some tips on your wedding color palette and choosing a great companion color for gold.
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One way to ensure that your wedding colors are striking is to choose a color that contrasts well, or shows up very well next to gold. Think about it – while yellow would get lost next to gold, crimson would stand out wonderfully.
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While red goes wonderfully with gold, it evokes a holiday or winter feeling. The same goes with some shades of blue. Orange and gold are perfect for a fall wedding. If you don’t want to evoke feelings of seasons, go with colors like purple and gold, emerald green and gold, and rose pink and gold. These all look great together.
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The Best Companion Colors
The best companion colors for gold are dark purple, emerald green, rose pink, red, and dark blue. If you want to make things even more interesting, use three colors and include gold. For instance, pale green, flower petal pink and gold are wonderful colors together and can come together to create a breathtaking wedding.
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What to Stay Away From
Gold can clash with a few colors, even though it is a color that goes with most colors. Gold and yellow are not great choices and gold doesn’t go with any neon color. Gold and brown can look charming, but can also be depressing with no pops of brighter color.
Gold is a wonderful wedding color and can help make your wedding look splendid. Use these tips to determine the perfect companion colors.