Top 7 Different Wedding Color Ideas As Per Your Zodiac
You’ve just made the biggest decision of your life. You finally said yes to ‘forever’ and forever is no joke so, naturally, you’d want to be able to channel every possible sort of luck to bless your big day. Based on your zodiac sign, here are your top motifs:
The color of energy and passion, a red theme for your wedding will give off very intense emotions that include your strong, unstoppable feelings and desire to be with each other. This is undoubtedly the color of Aries, the leader of the pack who wants to standout, excel and be different. It can also be a good complement to brides who belong to Leo and Scorpio, both also Sun signs. These three signs happen to be the most passionate signs of the zodiac.
Aries, because of her forward-looking, modern nature will want to standout from everybody else. Perfect wedding ideas therefore includes incorporating red in your backdrop or bridal car. Leo and Scorpio will be drawn to this shade as well.
The tainted color of white, which symbolizes purity, perfection and high standards of elegance, aptly reflects a bride’s coming of age to start a new life apart from her family to make one that is her own. The champagne color is an elegant color that will be suitable for the impeccable, luxurious taste of the Taurus bride.
Having the woods for a backdrop with white drapings hanging from the ceilings, accented by white lights will make for a perfect wedding theme. Tasteful choices of chandeliers and silverware all come together to create an extravagant feel. Brides bearing the signs of Virgo, Cancer and Libra will also feel good about this theme.
The color of royalty, loyalty, trust and wisdom, a shade of blue on your wedding day can signify all of these ideal qualities of couples and marriages as well. The distinctive color of the ocean and the sky, brides under the Aquarius sign will generally feel drawn to this color.
Incorporate blue in your wedding by setting up the sky and the sea to become your natural wedding backdrop. Aquarians are free spirits and will happily oblige to the calling of the outdoors. Feel free to do your wedding in unconventional terms — your own terms — walk down the aisle on the beach barefooted, make exotic seafood choices or design a reception that nobody has ever seen before. Libra, Capricorn, Virgo and Cancer will also have blue on top of their wedding theme choices.
This high energy color will be appreciated by the equally energetic Aries but even more so by brides who belong to Leo or Sagittarius zodiac signs. It exudes happiness and cheerfulness, a suitable feeling to channel during the union of a couple.
In wedding themes, yellow is best incorporated in flowers and center pieces, but also in the food, draperies, and bridesmaid dresses. You may also request your guests to be in shades of yellow. Feel free to have your shoes in this shade too.
This color carries the toned down passion and energies of deep red, and is therefore still a perfect color for Aries, Leo and Scorpio. It is a very feminine color that calls for themes that highlight the bride’s dainty personality.
Make this color your wedding motif but, you will want to refrain from using one shade on its own. More due to styling preferences rather than dictated by your zodiac, you want to mix different shades of pink from your bridesmaid dresses to your table arrangements. Combining pink with white will be ideal.
The color associated with money and financial stability also happens to be the color of nature, fertility and growth. It is the shade that perfectly suits brides born under the sign of Virgo. Aquarius, Libra and Cancer will also consider this motif. Arranging for a garden venue will top the list of perfect wedding ideas for these signs.
The color of simplicity is an even paler version of red and pink, and one that will perfectly appeal to the Taurian’s taste for the classic.
Whatever you do for your wedding, always remember this line from George Banks, Steve Martin’s character in Father of the Bride, “I used to think a wedding was a simple affair. Boy and girl meet, they fall in love, he buys a ring, she buys a dress, they say I do. I was wrong. That’s getting married. A wedding is an entirely different proposition.”