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Spring Wedding Colors

Last Updated: Aug 22, 2018

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Welcome the first sign of spring with an upbeat wedding color palette. With flowers in bloom, bright sun and cheer all around—there is endless inspiration for a spring wedding. You can go vibrant, with hues like mango, aquamarine or coral. Or take a more mellow route, with springtime shades like sapphire, pale seafoam or blush.

We’ve designed more than 45 spring wedding color schemes so you can find the best match for your big day. Whether you go bright or muted, metallic or monochrome, take your favorite palette and incorporate it into all your wedding day décor.

Select any color from the choices below and click on each swatch to find the specific color details. After you’ve collected your favorites, browse our wedding invitations for the perfect fit.

Choose a Color for Inspiration

Spring Weddings in White

Bright

Banana
Purple Macaron
Dark Ivy
Vibrant Yellow
Follow Shutterfly's Bright White Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Creating your color scheme with white or banana as the main player allows you great versatility for accent colors. For instance, this bright palette involves dark ivy, purple macaron and a vibrant yellow. You can add these colorful tones into your centerpieces, flowers and even your shoes. Don't be afraid to get creative with this scheme and include colors that make your festivities come to life.

Colorful

White
Marsh
Gemstone Blue
Cotton Candy
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful White Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Weddings are joyful days, prepared months in advance with careful thought and attention. Design a well-rounded spring scheme with white as the backdrop. Tie your day together with fun hues like gemstone blue and cotton candy. Boutonnieres, bridesmaid jewelry and table decor are excellent ways to pop in color everywhere you turn.

Metallic

White
Blush
Silver
Rose Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic White Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
A pastel metallic palette allows you to develop a wedding that's both classic and fresh. The subtle tones of blush and rose gold meld into a creamy atmosphere through pieces like decorated cakes and bridesmaid gowns. Silver can be intertwined through smaller details like your jewelry or glassware.

Muted

Sky Gray
Polar Gray
Hazy
Enchanted Green
Follow Shutterfly's Muted White Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Visually represent the warmth in your heart with a muted scheme of grays and enchanted green. Perfect for a traditional or vintage wedding, this blend offers a magnificent aura of love and peacefulness. Guests will enjoy seeing how you incorporated gorgeous grays into your flowers, suits and venue decoration.

Spring Weddings in Red

Bright

Red Lantern
Begonia
Cherry
Mango
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Red Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
To create a memorable wedding, feature colors and accents that catch the eye, like a bright red pair of shoes or bouquet of vibrant red roses. To balance the strong look that the red provides, loop in tones like mango, cherry and begonia. Sprinkle these colors throughout your invites, jewelry and reception decorations.

Colorful

Coral
Blue Green
Ballet
Light Mustard
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Red Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
For a fresh spring look, create a palette that puts soft coral at center stage. Mix in of accents of ballet, blue green and light mustard in your centerpieces and bouquet. That way, you'll keep a red look without letting it overpower your celebrations.

Metallic

Berry
Navy
Silver
Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Red Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Interested in an elegant spring look with splashes of berry throughout your wedding celebrations? Choose prominent pieces like a headband, lipstick or tie color for the berry color and add in accent colors of navy, silver and gold to create a graceful look.

Muted

Red
Baby Blue
Tickled Pink
Apricot
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Red Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Since your wedding day is to show your love for one another, a muted red offers you a way to share those romantic feelings. Design your invitations with red lettering and choose flowers or bridesmaid dresses with the same red tone. Bring in lighter shades to balance the color scheme with baby blue, apricot and pink.

Monochrome

Rich Red
Red Lantern
Ballet
Blush
Follow Shutterfly's Monochrome Red Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Let red be as vibrant on your wedding day as you'll be on the dancefloor. From dresses to lipstick to flower arrangements, use a range of tones from the pink and red family, like a soft blush and rich red to smooth together your decor bursting with love.

Spring Weddings in Blue

Bright

Blue Horizon
Aquamarine
Cherry Kiss
Marshmallow
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Blue Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Set a tranquil mood for guests with a blue horizon and aquamarine wedding. These gorgeous compliments will keep you calm during the busy points of wedding planning and offer a sea of opportunities for accent colors. From cherry colored flowers to marshmallow lace on your dress, your wedding will lusciously lovely.

Colorful

Deep Turquoise
Mango
Classic Purple
Light Yellow
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Blue Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Playfulness meet springtime. This color scheme of turquoise, mango and purple is cheery and lighthearted. Introduce this color scheme to your guest from the start, like on your save the dates or invites. Continue the theme until the very end, including it throughout your table decoration, scrumptious desserts and thank you cards.

Metallic

Deep Royal
Coral
Light Peach
Silver
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Blue Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Make your spring wedding stand out from the crowd. Use a rich royal as your primary focus and build around it with light peach, coral and silver accents. The diversity of these colors gives you a lot of creativity when designing ceremony programs, venue decor and groomsmen outfits. This color scheme represents both a sharp and cheerful look at the same time.

Muted

Pacific Blue
Heartthrob Pink
Pale Lilac
Pale Peach
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Blue Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
With a soft color, like pacific blue, the stage is set for a creamy pastel wedding. Outpouring with romance, this softer color scheme is perfect for indoor, outdoor and church weddings. Add extra personality with a darker pink like this heartthrob pink and pale lilac. Enjoy this glamorous blend of hues as you design your invites and choose bridesmaid dresses.

Monochrome

Navy Slipper
Sapphire
Shadow Blue
Aluminum
Follow Shutterfly's Monochrome Blue Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Like an ocean of love, utilize navy, sapphire and shadow blue as the backdrops to your wedding day. Guests will be in awe at how these colors blend together so well for a smooth, invigorating atmosphere. Each and every detail can incorporate one of these blue tones, from your flower girl's petals to your groomsmen's socks.

Spring Weddings in Orange

Bright

Red Orange
Dark Apricot
Salmon
Banana
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Orange Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Nothing says spring like the vibrancy of fresh red orange. For the most joyful day of your life, use this color palette to create an unforgettable festivity. From the minute your guests receive their invitation in the mail, they'll be excited to join in your bright and cheerful celebration of love.

Colorful

Mango
Pale Peach
Cotton Candy
Moss
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Orange Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Illuminate your wedding with mango colored flowers and pale peach bridesmaid dresses. Toss in moss green throughout your decor, like in the table centerpieces or on the gift table. This cheerful color scheme sets the tone for a happy, joyful wedding celebration.

Metallic

Dark Apricot
Strawberry Smoothie
Yellow
Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Orange Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
For a softer orange still bursting with personality, try the dark apricot. Pair it with a strawberry smoothie tone and yellow or gold accents. This chic spring look blends your dresses, decor and flowers together with ease. For example, an apricot bridesmaid dress will look stunning with a gold necklace or vibrant yellow bouquet.

Muted

Tickled Pink
Pale Seafoam
Dark Lilac
Sage
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Orange Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Give your guests a spring wedding they'll be itching to attend. With an enchanting blend of pink and accents such as seafoam and lilac, you'll have a perfectly balanced color palette. Imagine a day filled with soft orange flowers, delicately decorated tables and a dessert display that aligns with all of your other details.

Monochrome

Red Orange
Grapefruit
Wheat
Salmon
Follow Shutterfly's Monochrome Orange Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Looking for a sensational spring color scheme? Let a blend of oranges connect each detail together, from your boutonnieres and flowers to your place cards. This monochromatic theme is deeply rich but not overpowering. Use contrasting tones across your invites and flower arrangements will create a strong and radiant.

Spring Weddings in Purple

Bright

Classic Purple
Dark Lavender
Teal
Pale Lilac
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Purple Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
From the early spring days up until summer's eve, bright wedding schemes highlight all of the vibrant colors that are shown through nature. Choose a classic purple or dark lavender for a regal aura that's open to a playful side. Incorporate teal or lilacs into your finer details such as your shoes and bouquet ribbon. The beauty of this color scheme comes from its simplicity.

Colorful

Divine Grape
Hot Magenta
Bittersweet Orange
Orange Crush
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Purple Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
They call divine grape 'divine' for a reason: it's enchanting, magical and bursting with love. For stunning invites and bridesmaid dresses, use this purple or a hot magenta to design a color palette that's strikingly majestic. As for contrasts, play around with oranges, like these bittersweet or crush tones. They will break up the purple and add an extra splash of energy.

Metallic

Bright Purple
Lilac
Spring Grass
Silver
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Purple Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
This metallic color scheme matches well for both traditional and modern wedding themes. Choose how you implement bright purple and lilac to correspond with your overall wedding vibe. Select dresses, flowers and decorations in purple tones, then complement with silver or spring grass green for a healthy color balance. Even small details like a silver candle in a centerpiece can bring in all the contrast you need.

Muted

Deep Velvet
Meadow Flower
Faded Denim
Canvas
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Purple Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Springtime offers some of the most vivid purple blooms, like lilacs, crocus and grape hyacinth. Using inspiration from flowers, create a purple color scheme that's both energetic and classic. In addition to your flowers, bring purple in through your bridesmaid dresses and table decor. For accents, use faded denim and canvas—letting your purples be the main showstoppers.

Monochrome

Meadow Flower
Smokey Mauve
Mountain Fog
Venetian
Follow Shutterfly's Monochrome Purple Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
With a monochromatic purple scheme, you can still utilize plenty of accents, contrasts and stunning details. A mountain fog bridesmaid dress, for example, is well punctuated with a darker purple flower or shoe. Additionally, a centerpiece dressed in smoky mauve will stand out against a venetian colored table runner. Begin designing your scheme on an invitation to see which purple blends look best and brightest together.

Spring Weddings in Yellow

Bright

Daisy
Fuchsia
Orange Dahlia
Easter Pink
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Yellow Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Combine some of the most lovely spring colors to create a bright and well-balanced wedding color scheme. With daisy yellow, fuchsia and orange dahlia, you'll have a wedding celebration that feels like stepping into a beautiful, lush garden. Utilizing these colors in finer details like your bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen will help tie your wedding day together.

Colorful

Light Yellow
Red Orange
Sea Green
Cream
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Yellow Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Embellish the most magical day of your life with a joyful blend of yellow, orange and green. Start with your invites or bridesmaid dresses to develop just the blend of colors you want. From there, add additional light yellow or accents in red orange or sea green to your centerpieces, flowers and wedding favors. Harmonizing this color scheme takes some creativity, but if you keep your main color in mind, planning will run smoothly.

Metallic

Banana
Turquoise
Silver
Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Yellow Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
A soft banana yellow sets a relaxing aura for your celebrations. Bring in the contrast of a vivid turquoise through bridesmaid dresses or bowties. This stunning combination can be accented with silver or gold, making it easy to detail your invites, centerpieces and place cards.

Muted

White Shores
Dark Tangerine
Blackberry
Nude
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Yellow Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Lighten up your wedding day with a soft muted yellow, like this white shores hue. Cakes, dresses and flowers all come in this shade—making it easy to complete a cohesive color scheme across your ceremony and evening festivities. Pop in accent colors like dark tangerine and blackberry for extra flare and personality. This blend makes for a lively spring look.

Monochrome

Sunglow
Clay
Light Yellow
Green Yellow
Follow Shutterfly's Monochrome Yellow Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Let yellow radiance fill your special day, illuminating your celebrations with love and style. The brilliant shades ranging from sunglow to green yellow offer plenty of opportunity for creativity. You can have a yellow tinted dress, cupcakes topped with yellow frosting and bright napkins lining each table. No matter your vision, make your wedding a reflection of you and your loved one’s bright future ahead.

Spring Weddings in Pink

Bright

Bubble Gum
Rubine Red
Seafoam
Sea Green
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Pink Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
From your flowers and bridesmaid dresses to nifty wedding favors, highlight your special day with a bright spring pink. Using bubble gum and rubine red, choose items that will wow but not overpower the scene. The accents of seafoam and sea green put a surprising twist on this wedding scheme. By offering a playful look, this blend of colors is as gorgeous as it is fun.

Colorful

Tickled Pink
Light Yellow
Mango
Strawberry Smoothie
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Pink Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Envision your bridesmaids carrying the freshest spring flowers. Your future husband and his men are donning pale pink ties and your venue showcases splashes of color everywhere you look. With a color scheme inclusive of tickled pink, light yellow and mango, your wedding will be bursting with life and personality. From the invitations down to the dessert, your wedding will captivate your guest’s spirits and have them talking about the big day for years to come.

Metallic

Blush
Granny Smith Apple
Forest Walk
Antique Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Pink Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Perfect for vintage weddings, this metallic blend of pinks and accents has a rich, classic feel. Notice how the Granny Smith apple and forest walk greens bring an old-time, earthy aura to atmosphere, while not taking away from the pink protagonist. For even further depth, incorporate antique gold for finishing touches on your centerpieces, invites and jewelry.

Muted

Pink Lemonade
Fern
Burnt Maroon
Dusty Rose
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Pink Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Looking for a rich backdrop color that isn't bright or overpowering? Choose a muted pink, like pink lemonade, to cultivate a soothing ambiance regardless of the accent colors you choose. Consider darker accent tones of fern, burnt maroon and dusky rose to intensify your palette. These elements can be tucked in your bouquets, boutonnieres or bow ties.

Monochrome

Watermelon
Cotton Candy
Sweet Taffy
Blush
Follow Shutterfly's Monochrome Pink Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Delight guests with a cohesive lush pink wedding scheme. From the smallest detail like your wedding favors to the bigger elements like your bridesmaid dresses, utilize pink in a fresh and creative way. With options in this palette such as the brighter watermelon tone and the soft side of blush, you can design the wedding that you've always dreamed of.

Spring Weddings in Green

Bright

Citrus Green
Sprout
Hot Magenta
Strong Red
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Green Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
As spring plants and flowers blossom everywhere we turn, the brightest color of all is green. Taking inspiration from the blooming world of spring, design a wedding with citrus green as the focal point. From plateware to candles to your invitations, citrus green can be the thread that ties them all together. Accentuate your celebrations with softer tones like sprout and rich colors of hot magenta or strong red. You'll have a fully festive spring wedding with this stellar composition!

Colorful

Meadow
Midnight Blue
Coral
Bittersweet Orange
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Green Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Balance your color scheme by choosing details that mix tones in a complementary way. For instance, you might choose centerpieces with an equal amount of green and coral pink. Or, you may decide on navy dresses with mostly green bouquets. No matter how you design this color scheme, your wedding have an exciting upbeat vibe.

Metallic

Seaweed
Seafoam
Apricot
Antique Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Green Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Seaweed is a more subtle green that blends well with seafoam and apricot. This particular color grouping highlights a more timeless or vintage feel. Pull in a strong accent like gold in your invites, centerpieces and jewelry, to bring a regal feel to this classic spring color scheme.

Muted

Pale Seafoam
Spruce
Pink Sherbert
Pearl Cream
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Green Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Overflowing with a tranquil vibe, pale seafoam sets a relaxing vibe for your wedding festivities. Pull in other colors from the muted spectrum, like pink sherbert and pearl cream for a pastel medley. For the spruce accent, use this color as an accent in minor details like shoes, boutineers and reception decor.

Monochrome

Fir
Mint
Lemon Lime
Alpine Mint
Follow Shutterfly's Monochrome Green Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Delicate mint greens and lemon lime tones offer an ultra smooth aura to your wedding. From bridesmaid dresses to table decor, you'll find charming details to harmonize these scheme. Don't forget to add in contrasting highlights with the use of whites and a darker green like fir. With these details in tow, you'll have a deep and mesmerizing ambience for each and every guest.

Spring Weddings in Black

Bright

Faded Black
Berry
Blush
Mocha
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Black Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Make your wedding bright with a faded black color scheme emphasized by berry, blush and mocha accents. You can choose black suits or bridesmaid dresses and utilize bouquets and boutineers for vivid splashes of character.

Colorful

Black
Pale Blue
Strawberry Smoothie
Raw Silver
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Black Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Enhance a classic black color scheme with bursts of pale blue and strawberry. A bright array of flowers in your bouquet or centerpieces can incorporate these colors in magnificent fashion. For unforgettable decor, sprinkle in silver accents on minor details like your dessert icing and head table decorations.

Metallic

Black
Seafoam
Tickled Pink
Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Black Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Want a fun color scheme that's perfect for gold sequins or sparkly decorations? Use this black metallic scheme that's inclusive of tickled pink and seafoam. You'll set the tone for a glamorous celebration that's full of personal style.

Muted

Cool Dark Gray
Deep Lavender
Pale Lilac
Iron
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Black Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
For a soft, lustrous ambience, construct a scheme with dark gray at the core. Surround your gray suits with deep lavender and pale lilac hues. From a festive shoe color to luscious spring flowers, you can develop a rich scheme that will enchant guests with its beauty.

Spring Weddings in Brown

Bright

Milk Chocolate
Rose Garden
Sweet Taffy
White
Follow Shutterfly's Bright Brown Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Form a color scheme that uses creamy milk chocolate as inspiration. From the groomsmen's shoes and ties to the table decorations and dessert, paint the colors of warmth across your celebrations. Pull in rose garden and sweet taffy as accents and throw in white to balance out the scheme.

Colorful

Redwood
Dark Tangerine
Turquoise Blue
Fuchsia
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful Brown Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
The captivating accent colors, dark tangerine, turquoise blue and fuschia, bring energy to this colorful brown theme. With brown as the core component, choose elements like a redwood venue backdrop as your canvas. Paint in the other colors throughout your table decor, dessert table and DJ station.

Metallic

Coffee
Seafoam
Bronze
Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic Brown Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
This classy color scheme dazzles with bronze and gold overlaying a coffee brown backdrop. With sparkly table runners and metallic cake stands, this scheme stands out from the crowd. Use a seafoam accent if you're looking for extra color and energy.

Muted

Dusty Brown
Peanut
Steam
Red Orange
Follow Shutterfly's Muted Brown Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Harmonize this muted scheme by intermixing peanut and dusty brown tones. Find unique ways to incorporate these mainstays while also splashing steam and red orange throughout your decor. Choose a red orange bloom to place in your bouquet and let your personality come to life.

Monochrome

Bright Brown
Espresso
Dark Peach
Nude
Follow Shutterfly's Monochrome Brown Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Blend bright brown and espresso together like you would a fresh batch of candied toffee. Follow your style by interspersing dark peach and nude where you see fit—maybe in your bridal accessories or throughout the reception decorations. Guests will feel classy with such elegant surroundings.

Spring Weddings in White

Bright

Banana
Purple Macaron
Dark Ivy
Vibrant Yellow
Follow Shutterfly's Bright White Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Creating your color scheme with white or banana as the main player allows you great versatility for accent colors. For instance, this bright palette involves dark ivy, purple macaron and a vibrant yellow. You can add these colorful tones into your centerpieces, flowers and even your shoes. Don't be afraid to get creative with this scheme and include colors that make your festivities come to life.

Colorful

White
Marsh
Gemstone Blue
Cotton Candy
Follow Shutterfly's Colorful White Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Weddings are joyful days, prepared months in advance with careful thought and attention. Design a well-rounded spring scheme with white as the backdrop. Tie your day together with fun hues like gemstone blue and cotton candy. Boutonnieres, bridesmaid jewelry and table decor are excellent ways to pop in color everywhere you turn.

Metallic

White
Blush
Silver
Rose Gold
Follow Shutterfly's Metallic White Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
A pastel metallic palette allows you to develop a wedding that's both classic and fresh. The subtle tones of blush and rose gold meld into a creamy atmosphere through pieces like decorated cakes and bridesmaid gowns. Silver can be intertwined through smaller details like your jewelry or glassware.

Muted

Sky Gray
Polar Gray
Hazy
Enchanted Green
Follow Shutterfly's Muted White Spring Weddings board on Pinterest.
Visually represent the warmth in your heart with a muted scheme of grays and enchanted green. Perfect for a traditional or vintage wedding, this blend offers a magnificent aura of love and peacefulness. Guests will enjoy seeing how you incorporated gorgeous grays into your flowers, suits and venue decoration.