Planning to get married in July? We’re sharing some of our favorite July wedding colors inspired by the season’s sun-filled days, laid-back vibes, and warm temperatures.
Vibrant colors are some of the most popular hues for summer weddings, so we’ve included a few bright palettes such as royal blue, yellow, gold, etc., but you’ll also find inspiration for romantic pastels and modern neutrals such as blush, light pink, light blue, peach, etc.
Here we list the top 14 July wedding color palettes for 2023, Check them out.
Light Pink + Light Blue
If you’re looking for a soft, romantic wedding palette that will look beautiful in any season, light pink and light blue are the way to go. Light pink and light blue are both pastel colors—and they’re not just any pastels: they’re soft, muted versions of their bold cousins. The combination can create a romantic feeling without being too sweet or cloying.
Peach and navy are both great colors for summer, so why not combine them? The peach will give you a nice pop of color, while the navy will keep it from being too bright.
Sky Blue + Peach
Sky blue and peach are two colors that work perfectly together. These warm hues will give your wedding day a summer feel, making it perfect for a June or July wedding. If you’re looking for something unique, try using one of these colors as an accent color in your bouquet or other floral arrangements. You can also use these hues to add some color to the table settings or paper goods.
There are many shades of sky blue available, so you’ll be able to find one that matches your wedding venue perfectly! The same goes for peach; because of its versatility, it’s easy to find a shade that works well with either white or ivory linens and napkins (and even both).
Yellow + Fuchsia
Yellow and fuchsia are a great combination for a summer wedding. This vibrant color combination will be perfect to use in your bouquet, bridesmaids’ bouquets, and any other flowers you might want to include in your wedding decor.
These are soft, romantic colors that are perfect for a spring or summer wedding.
The blush color is a very pale pink, almost white. Navy is a dark blue-green color that’s similar to the ocean, and berry is a deep burgundy. These three colors work together well because they’re all soft tones—no strong contrasts here!
Blush + Gold
- Blush and gold is a great combination for summer weddings. You can opt for blush (which has a pinkish tone to it) or you can go with a deep rose color, then pair it with gold accents.
- If you want something more traditional, opt for the rich tones of burgundy or hunter green.
- Think about what your wedding theme is: if it’s rustic and casual, consider using browns like chocolate browns and forest greens in your decorating scheme.
Classic Blue + Gold
The classic combination of blue and gold is a color palette that has been popular for many centuries, and has become almost synonymous with weddings. The two tones are complementary colors, meaning they sit opposite each other on the color wheel. This makes them easy to pair together; just think of their opposites on the wheel (green and red) or even the middle-ground colors that complement each other (red/orange and green/blue).
When it comes to choosing your wedding colors, this works especially well because you don’t have to worry about clashing bridesmaids’ dresses! If you’re planning your own nuptials, consider using this combination as your main theme—it’s sure to be beautiful!
Mint Green + White
- Mint green and white are a classic combination. Whether you’re an old-school romantic or a modernist, this color scheme should be your go-to for your special day.
- The mint green tones can be used in the bouquet, centerpieces and even table cloths to bring together all of the elements on your special day.