7 Bright and Bold Summer Color Palettes – AI Photo
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7 Bright and Bold Summer Color Palettes

Things are heating up and we’re not just talking about the weather. Summer is quickly approaching which means pretty blooms, vibrant summer color palettes, and unlimited destination options. It’s no wonder so many couples choose to exchange “I do’s” during the warmer months.

For couples ditching the colder seasons for a summer celebration, you’ll be blown away by the stunning summer color palette options this season has to offer. It’s time to wave goodbye to neutrals and hello to the bright trending colors.

Keep scrolling for five stylish summer color palettes that’ll transform your celebration into a vibrant declaration of your love.

Palette 1. Lavender, Lilac, Rose Pink, and Soft Yellow

Images by Inner Images and Shelby Chanté. See more of this real wedding here.

Palette 2. Steele Blue, Deluxe Days Blue, Sage Green, and Champagne

Images by Lynne Reznick. See more of this real wedding here.

Palette 3. Festering Brown, Orange Chocolate, Candy Cane, and Tarragon

Images by Sophie Berard. See more of this real wedding here.

Palette 4. Desire Pink, Embarrassment Pink, Spring Yellow, and Bittersweet Orange

Images by Shelby Ellis Photography. See more of this styled-shoot here.

Palette 5. Sea Serpent Blue, Free Speech Red, Amber, and Mustered Crusted Salmon

Images by Madi Ellis Photography. See more of this styled-shoot here.

Palette 6. Orange Pepper, Pumpkin Hue, Figure Stone, and Powdered White

Images by Abigail Renee Photography. See more of this real wedding here.

Palette 7. Red Epiphyllum, Saffron Gold, Deli Yellow, and Lively Coral

Images by  Golden Vibes Photo. See more of this styled-shoot here.

What Comes After Summer Color Palettes?

After saying “yes!” and enjoying your engagement season, you’re probably ready to jump into planning the wedding of your dreams. To make sure you have no regrets when your big day comes around, creating a wedding mood board is crucial. Your mood board will use your color palette and images to help guide decisions, keep you on track while planning, and visually explain your desires to your wedding team.

Before kickstarting your creative wedding planning process, check out this step-by-step guide to creating a wedding mood board that’ll capture the essence of your personalities, style, and wedding vision.

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