Wedding decor has come a long way from fancy pink and white satin ‘shamiyanas’ and ‘genda phools’. In fact, weddings have become less about the big fat ‘Karan Johar’ style extravaganza and moved onto become an adventure the couple undertake to celebrate their love in their own style. Couples have ditched ageing and gaudy decor to embrace theme-based ideas that centre around colours and elements that define the bride and groom’s personality. From quirky, multicoloured elements to boho vibes, every couple has a unique way of choosing the colours for their wedding decor. So, with the arrival of the new year, we present you with new and trendy colours that will highlight Indian wedding decor in 2020.
The Trendiest Colours That We'll See In Wedding Decor In 2020
Trendy yet everlasting decor colours are bound to reign all the way into 2020. So, no matter which month your wedding is planned for, these colours will always be something you can draw inspiration from!
1. Classic Blue
Starting the list is the Pantone shade of the year 2020, Classic Blue! A colour that draws attention with its calming and serene vibe, classic blue is a colour that we are sure many weddings in 2020 will embrace without a hint of doubt. The PANTONE 19-4052, aka, Classic Blue, is a timeless and enduring hue elegant in its simplicity. From decor elements like tassels, ribbons and flowers, to larger items like furniture, stages and backdrops, this classic shade of blue is going to be part of every Indian wedding in this new year!
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2. Dreamy Purple
Blush pinks and pastel pinks are so 2019! 2020 will see a surge in the use of lilacs, plums and every other shade on the purple card. A vibrant and voguish choice for wedding decor, this colour adds a ‘fairytale’ like element to any occasion. Whether you choose to style your table centerpieces in purple or turn your entire mandap decor into a purple flower paradise, this colour matches well with almost every other colour to create magical embellishments. Don't agree? See it yourself...
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3. Earthy Green
A colour that symbolises fresh beginnings, prosperity & harmony, green a colour that has recently risen to prominence and a big shout out to all the brides who chose to wear green lehengas at their weddings! Green rarely requires any artificial elements to hold it together and lush ferns and foliage in wedding decor only amp up the natural beauty of any venue. Enchanting green nature-themed wedding decorations ooze freshness and make your wedding functions more rejuvenating and blissful. So, if you’re looking to add a touch of nature to your wedding, go ahead and choose green!
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4. Vibrant Yellow
Bright, sunny & warm these are the words best used to describe the colour yellow. This bold hue adds a much-needed pop of colour to any wedding function, especially when it is your haldi or mehendi. Honestly, if happiness was a colour, it would be yellow! Whether it’s bright yellow sunflowers or marigolds on floral ceiling or just elements like yellow table centerpieces & mehendi seating arrangements, this colour can be added to your wedding decor with much ease.
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5. Ethereal White
A colour that truly makes your wedding look like a scene from the movies, white is a colour loved by all wedding decorators. Though we saw a lot of quirky colours at weddings, white was surprisingly quite prominent in 2019 and will continue to stay strong in 2020. Fitting perfectly with both subtly elegant decor and rustic decor, white has a captivating charm of its own. So brides, if you’re looking to add a fanciful vibe to your wedding, then white is the right colour for your decor.
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