There are so many ways to get inspired for your Caribbean Wedding Color Palette – many start with the colors of the environment. Choosing a color palette is as easy as 1, 2, 3
- Choose a main color – find inspiration from the blue sea, green palms, white sand, or another element you fall in love with. Maybe even just your favorite color!
- Choose an accent color. I love complementary colors that really POP off of the main color. These are colors on the opposite side of the color wheel. Use the Color Scheme Designer to play with different ideas.
- Choose a third color. I like using a neutral base – think white, ivory, sand, navy, chocolate or black.
Its good to try to keep the colors within the same saturation range when you are playing with different colors together. Example: soft pastels or rich jewel tones. If you’re going for a monochromatic palette, layer varying saturation of the same hue. Bottom line, have fun! Play! Get inspired! Check out our Pinterest Boards for ideas or look through color palettes below.Find Inspiration at the Beach
Finding inspiration for your destination wedding can come from so many places. Of course here on St Croix beach weddings are the craze, but I’m always so excited to see how my brides each interpret beach weddings differently and are inspired by
Get inspired! Perfecting your Color Palette
Finding inspiration for your destination wedding can come from so many places. Of course here on St Croix beach weddings are the craze, but I’m always so excited to see how my brides each interpret destination weddings differently and are inspired
Purple & Silver Elegant Villa Wedding
I loved the purple, silver and white theme of this elegant villa wedding. Though small, the wedding exuded understated elegance with just a few touches of bling. Hint: Click once on the images below to see a larger version, click once more to
Tiffany & Tangerine Wedding
I absolutely love this fresh color combination. Tangerine is the perfect accent color for Tiffany blue adding just the right pop against both the decor and the beautiful blue water of the Caribbean. A sweetheart table offers you special time to
Whimsical Beach Wedding
The beach theme can invoke so many options more than just shells. Well, I do love shells, but its all in the way you use them! White or pastel shells tend to lend themselves to a more chic look when paired with your wedding colors. Pops of coral and