Indian weddings are bright, beautiful and full of color, from the décor and design to the food and fashions. When it comes time to choose a color theme for your wedding, you may get a bit overwhelmed with all the choices especially because it impacts everything in your wedding from your bridal attire and make-up to the decorations and table settings.

Choosing color theme Indian Wedding

You also want to make sure that the color you select helps set the right mood for your wedding festivities. Here are some tips that we thought would be very helpful in deciding the color theme for your Indian wedding.

1. If you have a favorite color, let that be your guide. Take your favorite color and 
then choose another one that will complement it and select that for your wedding theme. For example, if you love black, a black and white wedding theme can be elegant and sophisticated. If your favorite color is pink, try yellow or lavender to compliment it and use that as the base for your wedding theme decisions.

2. Often, if your wedding is in a specific season, you can use that to assist you with your selection. Spring lends itself to different shades of blues, greens and purples. Whereas fall is perfect for oranges, burgundy’s and fuchsia’s. If your wedding happens during a holiday like Christmas, colors like reds, gold’s and silvers works beautifully. It can make for a fabulous wedding backdrop.

3. Utilize your favorite flower to help you set the color theme of your Indian wedding. Whether it’s sunflowers, lilies or roses use that as your dominant color and then select another color that will be a good accent shade.

3. Do some research. Look through bridal magazine, search on Pinterest, even have a Bollywood wedding movie party and look at all the colors they use for weddings. Write down your favorite colors and combinations and that will help you figure out what works best for your wedding.

In the end, whatever color you choose, make sure it’s something you love because it is your special day. Also, make sure to balance it out so that it’s not overwhelming. Once you know what your color theme is, they rest will much simpler to decide.