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Top 13 Wedding Color and Style Mistakes Not to Make

Just because you have two favorite colors doesn't mean they'll work together for your wedding.

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Mistake 1: Using Too Many Colors
The Fix: Keep It Simple

With a few exceptions (see our next fix!), you should pick two to four colors that go well altogether and stick to them. Using the same colors throughout your wedding décor will help create a cohesive flow, so that every detail looks like it belongs in your vision. Narrowing your palette to a few colors will also keep elements like your centerpieces from looking too messy. If you prefer an undone look, opt for a few slightly varied shades of the same color. This will add depth without looking too chaotic. Or, for an especially striking style, go monochromatic with a bold shade, like vivid purple or creamy white. The idea is to keep the look tailored for maximum impact.

Photo: Abby Jiu Photography