Inspiring Peach, Coral, and Orange Color Palettes For Your Wedding Day

Today’s blog post is all about appreciating warmer hues, specifically a palette made with orange, peach, and coral colors. Together, these colors give off a very relaxing and comforting vibe. They also look really inviting in outdoor settings as they contrast the cool greens of nature. Have you ever thought of building your dream wedding around orange, peach, and coral colors? Whether this palette is something you’ve been considering or it’s never even been part of your choices, these real weddings and engagements will show you just how captivating this combination can be. Come and join us by scrolling on.

Aside from the flowers, this couple also used orange for their invitations.

[From: Unexpected Changes Didn’t Keep This Couple From Having a Beautiful Hotel Wedding / Photos: Jeff Lee Pictures]

We just love the rustic elements of this wedding, which matched the orange and white flowers.

[From: A Romantic Garden Wedding at The Pavillion with Warm Hues / Photos: Hatsumori Photo by Gavin.Y.]

Here’s a modern take on the palette. Gold elements also elevated the look.

[From: A Chic Garden Wedding at The Grassland Filled with Elegant Decorations / Photos: Dear Fianceé]

Yes, fruits in theme are also welcome when creating table decorations using this color scheme.

[From: This Beautiful Lady Shares Her Passion for Art In This Stylish Photo Session / Photos: Sophia Kwan]

Once again, gold accents were used in this wedding to make the union extra classy.

[From: A Breathtaking Destination Wedding that Overlooks the Sea / Photos: Hilary Chan]

More peachy hues and extra plants can add a delicate touch to an indoor venue, like this.

[From: This Intimate Wedding at The Glass Hall is Full of Touching Moments / Photos: Hatsumori by GavinY.]

Of course, the Hong Kong harbour is a beautiful backdrop, more so with this vivid dark orange and peach floral arch.

[From: This Wedding Features a Classic Church Ceremony and An Intimate Yet Sophisticated Banquet / Photos: Film Komolebi]

You can also add a unique twist to an orange color palette with an orange neon light. This couple executed it perfectly!

[From: A Stylish Wedding Filled with Peach and Blush Hues at The Repulse Bay / Photos: ]

This wedding blended greens with the orange, peach, and blush floral arch to keep the rustic vibe intact during the ceremony.

[From: A Rustic Garden Wedding at The Pavillion Filled with Peach and Cream Flowers / Photos: Martin Aesthetics]

Don’t forget that your bridesmaids can also dress in the same palette to bring the entire wedding theme together.

[From: This Wedding at Kerry Hotel Included a Cute Floral Wall and Instagram-Worthy Pastries! / Photos: Anthony & Shawn]

For a more dramatic look and feel, add darker hues of orange, just like how this couple did.

[From: This Couple Celebrated the Second Part of Their Wedding with Friends and Family at Wooloomooloo Prime / Photos: The Hour Gallery]

Yes, you can mix and match all kinds of flowers to bring this color combination to life–that’s what this couple did.

[From: Bold Colors Made This Hotel Wedding an Extra Romantic Celebration / Photos: Jeff Lee Pictures]

If you wan’t the palette to be more dainty and feminine, use more peaches and even inject blush tones if you wish.

[From: An Utterly Romantic Styled Shoot at The Hong Kong Adventist College / Photos: Jeremy Wong]

Finally, yellow is also an accent color your can use amidst all the oranges. Take the cue from this couple’s romantic outdoor photo session.

[From: Stunning Lakeside Pre-wedding Shoot Inspired by Iconic Poems and Movie Scenes / Photos: Hugh’s Hue]

How are you liking this color palette now? If you’re still looking for more inspiration, find more wedding colors this way!

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