Magenta, Slate and Chartreuse

Sophisticated Slate gray is a great neutral and the starting point for this palette. Bright bouquets in Magenta (hot pink) hues would look great against gray bridesmaid dresses with a little shimmer, while groomsmen would look rather stylish in gray suits. To work the palette into the stationery, wedding invitations can be printed in Slate ink or Fucshia ink on white paper. It would be best to use Chartreuse sparingly, just to give the palette a bold pop of color.

wedding color palette: magenta-slate-chartreuse

Photo Credits:
row 1: Our Labor of Love
row 2: Our Labor of Love, J. Crew
row 3: Mi Belle

  • Michelle

    November 20, 2008 at 11:27 am

    Great color combo!

  • Anne

    December 14, 2008 at 1:38 pm

    What a spectacular color combination. There is real pizazz potential here. How fun!

  • Anna

    January 28, 2011 at 9:34 pm

    I’m planning a wedding from China and don’t have much time, but i want my colors to be amazing…I have some difficulties since I’m getting married in a church with rusty paprika walls. It’s gorgeous, but i don’t want to clash with it in July. I LOVE this color combination but need some midnight blue in it. I want my girls to wear deep midnight blue, the kind that makes blue eyes really pop out. Can you cook me up something like that? I’m afraid slate in the church might be too lifeless. I can’t get over this combo, but i need blue. help? 谢谢你!

  • gia at betsywhite

    January 29, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    @Anna: Dark blue would look great in the church with rust orange walls! These palettes might be better options for you:

    Rust, Denim, Faded Plum and Petal: http://bit.ly/ga9Coe
    Tangerine, Gerbera, Leaf and Indigo: http://bit.ly/fl0bHS
    Navy, Orange, Putty and Pink: http://bit.ly/ebYEYE

    You can also click here to see all of our palettes… there’s lots to choose from!: http://bit.ly/gZ4KNI

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