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Wedding Color Schemes to Sweeten Your Westchester Ceremony

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From your something blue to statement pieces, these stunning color schemes will inspire your special day in Westchester County.

– Golden Hour –

Golden hour colors, inspired by the most beautiful sunset, are aglow in these wedding ideas.


Photo by Cassondre Mae Photography

Shot at 40 Cannon; stationery by Tastefully Yours Ink Custom Designs; flowers by Hudson Valley Floral; planning by RSVP by B


Photo by Christian Oth Studio

Shot at Cedar Lakes Estate; event design by Rye Workshop


Photo by The Rosery

Floral necklace by The Rosery


Photo by Lauren Fair Photography

Shot at Cedar Lakes Estate


Photo by Candace Jeffrey Photography

Floral design by K.L.W. Design Co., shot at Handsome Hollow

– Something Blue –

Every bride needs her something blue, but why not make your color palette a myriad of blue hues? From light to midnight, these ideas are sure to inspire.


Photo by Tracey Buyce

Floral design by Rena’s Fine Flowers, shot at DeMaranville Farm and Gardens


Photo by Jenn Emerling

Boutonniere by Samantha Nass Floral & Event Design


Photo by Tracey Buyce

Floral design by Rena’s Fine Flowers; wedding gown purchased at Lily Saratoga; groom’s apparel purchased at Saratoga National; hair and makeup by Make Me Fabulous, shot at DeMaranville Farm and Gardens

Wedding dress

Photo by Kelle Sauer

Claire Pettibone Eloise lace gown with blue silk


Photo by Cassady K Photography

Planning Kate & Co. Events; shoes by TOMS


Photo by Nicole DeTone Photography

Invitation suite by Bespoke Designs

Blue wedding cake

Photo courtesy of Lulu Cake Boutique

Cake by Lulu Cake Boutique

– The New Pastels –

Pastels have long been a traditional color palette for weddings, but these refreshing ideas are anything but conventional.


Photo by Sarah Bode-Clark Photography

Tux by Suitsupply; tie by Dunhill; pocket square by Nordstrom


Photo by Siobhan Stanton (SNS ARTS)

Floral centerpiece by Maple Field Floral


Photo by Jeremiah Shaffer

Floral details by Maple Field Floral

Rainbow gown

Courtesy photo

Willowby by Watters Hutton gown

wedding dress.

Photo by Cassady K Photography.

Planning Kate & Co. Events; flowers by Mamaroneck Flowers

– Anything But Plain Patterns –

From paisley to plaid, patterns seem to be popping up everywhere in weddings. Here are some of our favorite motifs.


Photo by Joanna Fisher Photography

Tableware by North Country Vintage Rentals

wedding dress

Photo courtesy of Cathy’s Elegant Events

autumnal stationery

Photo courtesy of Graphic Nature

Stationery by Graphic Nature

Star dress

Courtesy photo

Willowby Watters Orion gown

– Pretty & Primary –

Bold and anything but basic, these primary colors will make a statement on your wedding day and create truly colorful memories.


Photo by Clean Plate Pictures

Shot at The Roundhouse


Photo by Paula Ward Photography

Shot at The Roundhouse

Wedding shoes.

Photo by Emma Cleary Photo and Video

Photo by Paula Ward Photography

Shot at The Roundhouse

Photo by Harper Cowan

Lounge furnishings by Hudson Valley Vintage Rentals; floral design by Emily Rose Theobald, shot at Glenmere Mansion

Photo by Jessica Oh

Invitation suite by Penned by Alice; florals by Kerry Patel Designs


Photo by Anna Lee Media

Balloons and Airstream photobooth by Rose & Dale Photo Co., shot at Gilberstville Farmhouse; florals by Fern & Fawn; event design by Komolmis Designs


Photo by Sophie Kaye

Planning by The Wedding Library

Related: Set the Stage for Your Westchester Wedding With Fantastic Floral Arches


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