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The Dos and Don'ts of Color Combinations for Weddings

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Weddings are full of choices, and it can be tough making them. What type of cake will you have? Some of your guests may prefer chocolate while others would much rather eat vanilla! Where are you going to get your dress? Between all the cuts (trumpet, A-line, Sheath) it's hard to choose! All of these wedding decisions can make your head spin, in all honesty.

One of the hardest questions is about your color scheme. Your color scheme will dictate everything about your wedding, even influencing your groom and groomsmen. Everything from the invitations to the place settings will use the colors you choose, so the colors should be selected carefully.

We’ve made a list of the dos and don'ts of wedding colors. Of course, weddings are all about the couple. If you feel genuinely passionate about your color choices, just own it! The only thing that matters during a wedding is that the bride and groom are happy with their choices. Our advice comes from what looks good along with suggestions from wedding photographers. We admit that some color schemes look great in person, but they can photograph poorly, unfortunately. 

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