We’ve been seeing the introduction of lilac in wedding colour schemes lately, and love it paired with sunshine yellow. This is a colour combo that we are currently crushing on for spring and our inspo for our latest Shop-The-Trend Edit; Lilac & Sunshine
As a result of the pandemic, couples are turning to lighter, bolder and mood-boosting colour combos. So, if you’re planning a wedding consider these playful hues to your table settings or florals for a youthful and vibrant look, that gives you all the warm and fuzzy feels.
Our Two Lovers Stylists break down this Lilac & Sunshine trend, and how you can achieve this latest wedding trend at your next event!
In 2022, couples will be looking for wedding colours that feel new and lively. Yellow is perfect for those looking for a palette that feels fresh and unexpected. It's a radiant colour that adds warmth and energy to the main colour in your palette. It's also an unexpected choice that's flown under the radar for years. If you want to make a bold statement with your wedding colour palette, yellow is it!
A yellow accent is a beautiful way to add energy to a mostly white or neutral colour palette. It's not hard to make an impact, either: Taper candles, linens and cutlery in gold or amber glass accents can do the trick.
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Lilac - This colour is already making waves in the wedding industry, from tulle party dresses to wedding invitations and signage. This wildly vibrant shade is described as a modern take on periwinkle blue and represents imagination, joy and creativity.
The great news is that lilacs look fresh and whimsical with other pastel colours, especially yellow, and are perfect for a spring wedding or bridal shower. If you’re really going for a highly vibrant and fun vibe, add scalloped edges, holographic accents or even a neon sign! (We’re vibing Taylor Swift circa Lover)
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To get this colour combination right, it’s all about hitting those mid-tone pastels. Too pale and it’s giving nan’s hand knitted kettle cosy, too dark (that’s purple and gold) and it’s all a little bit too intense. The colours you pick need to feel fresh, light and clean in order to appear modern. Materials like glossy perspex or acrylic, cotton, tulle, plastic, glass or shiny ceramic all look great in the colour palette.
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Whether you want to go all the way lilac and yellow or just invest in a few quirky components to refresh your colour scheme or style, here is our round-up of some of our favourite Lilac & Sunshine wedding accessories and vendors - all available to Shop, Book or Buy now on Two Lovers!