Top 18 Green Wedding Color Palettes You’ll Love for 2023
Green is my all time favorite color, it’s a color that looks good on me (depending on the shade) it’s a color that makes me feel good, energized and fresh! It also puts a smile on my face. There’s probably not many people who can say they’ve never smiled or been overwhelmed by a gorgeous green landscape filled with trees and mountains right? Well you’d be surprised by the number of brides I’ve met who have simply turned their nose up at the suggestion of green in her wedding, but have immediately changed their minds after seeing some creative and awe inspiring ideas on how to use this truly amazing color.
There are so many beautiful ideas, so it can depend on the season you plan to wed in, what style of wedding it is, relaxed or formal? And once you’ve worked out a few simple questions you’ll be able to decide on the right shade of green for you.
sage green and pink
Sage green and pink is an excellent color combination for a spring or summer wedding. The soft tones of sage green are a nice contrast to the boldness of pink. If you’re planning a garden-themed wedding, this color palette will look great with all the greenery that surrounds it.
When paired with sage green, pinks can be very subtle and elegant or more vibrant and eye-catching depending on how they are used in your bridal look. Either way, this combination looks good together!
sage green and dusty blue
Sage green is a great complementary color for dusty blue. It’s calming, so it can help balance out the busyness of a dusty blue color scheme. Sage green also goes well with navy, a popular color for bridesmaids’ dresses and groomsmen’s tuxes. To incorporate sage green into your wedding day, use it in your bouquet or centerpieces.
Pairing green and navy blue is an excellent choice for a wedding. They’re both dark, neutral colors that work well together. The coolness of the navy blue offsets the warmth of the green, which makes it even more versatile for any season or climate.
If you love this color combination but aren’t sure how to pull it off at your wedding, think about these ideas:
sage green and tan
Sage green and tan are a great color combination. Sage green is a warm neutral, meaning it has no color temperature of its own and can complement any other color on the spectrum. Tan, as you may have guessed, is also a warm color that goes well with sage green because they’re both earthy tones; together they create an understated look that’s perfect for those who want to keep things natural but still add some lightness to their space.
green and grey
Green and grey is another color combination that is very popular in weddings. Green and grey are both neutral colors, but they are elegant neutrals. That means they have a lot of variation and can be used to create many different looks. You could use them to create a sophisticated look, a modern look or even an elegant look depending on the shades that you choose. This combination is also great for creating classic decorating schemes because it’s simple and timeless.
emerald green and mustard
Emerald green and mustard are two colors that work well together and are very popular in weddings. The combination of these two colors creates a soft, earthy look that is also very romantic. Since emerald green is more on the cool side, it will balance out the warmth of mustard to create a beautiful color palette for your wedding day!
emerald green and white
Emerald green is a great color to use in a wedding. It’s bright and vibrant, but it can also look elegant and sophisticated when paired with white. If you’re looking for an eye-catching color combination that will stand out without being too busy or overwhelming, then emerald green and white may be the right choice for your big day!
green gold and white
- Pick a base color that will be the foundation for all of your table settings, and then use gold accents throughout—white linens and china with a hint of gold around the edges, or even on place settings.
- Use green as an accent color in white arrangements (like bouquets) to add warmth to the room without overdoing it—it won’t clash with silver or gold decor!
- Mix in some bright pinks, purples, blues and oranges for fun pops of color!
Ocean blue and sage green
terracotta and greenery
lavender and green
sage green and taupe
mint green and white
plum and lilac and green
green and white
peach and green
lilac and green
If you’re looking for a wedding color palette, green is a great choice. It’s an easy-to-work with color that can be incorporated into any style of wedding. And since it has such a wide range of shades, from dark emerald to light sage, there are plenty of options available!