Red & Black
Sound strange? It shouldn’t. This was THE wedding color combo in 2010. The bold red looks even bolder against the black foundation. And flowers and favors in these colors are not hard to find. Use this combo as a just-so-edgy accent, or bathe your whole ceremony in it to make eyes pop and jaws drop.
Licorice or Wild Blackberry, Red Apple
Dark Brown & Light Blue
Warm and earthy meets cool and airy. This duo creates an elegant but still-welcoming atmosphere. Top off blue place settings with rich desserts – chocolate cake, or chocolate ice cream, perhaps? The possibilities are mouthwatering.
Chocolate Pudding, Berry Blue
Light Green, Black & White
It’s sleek, it’s modern and it’s classic, all at once. Try bright yellow flowers with lush green leaves in glossy black vases. Bowls of green and black jelly beans will pop off white place settings and give your wedding a timelessly hip look.
Licorice or Wild Blackberry, Lemon Lime, French Vanilla
Red & Light Blue
Sizzling, vibrant red jumps out at you while the muted blue pulls it back just a little. This hot and cold color combination was one of the trendiest picks in 2010. Finding accessories and favors in these colors is half the fun, and the beans are simply scrumptious together.
Sour Cherry, Pomegranate and Berry Blue
Light Green & Light Blue
Whether your wedding is on the beach, or you just want that seaside ambience, this combo has the sparkling water look that you’re after. It works particularly well for outdoor weddings and a ceremony that’s light, breezy and fun.
Lemon Lime, Berry Blue
Dark Brown, Light Brown & Cream
“Sumptuous” is the first word that springs to mind when you see this combination. Or maybe it’s “warm.” Or possibly “luxurious.” Your wedding guests will be saying “gorgeous!” when they lay their eyes on it.
Chocolate Pudding, A&W® Root Beer, A&W® Cream Soda
Dark Brown, Pink & Light Pink
Straight from your most romantic fantasy, this mix conjures up visions of roses and hearts and chocolate-dipped strawberries. Combine rich brown arrangements with soft pink accessories and your wedding is a love story come to life.
Chocolate Pudding, Cotton Candy, Bubble Gum
Black & White
Is any explanation really needed? The hue of crisp tuxedos and flowing wedding dresses remains as exquisite as ever. Just two classic colors will make your ceremony chic, simple and sophisticated.
Licorice or Wild Blackberry, Coconut
Purple & Light Blue
Here’s another popular combo. Place deep purple flowers or fruits like grapes and plums atop pale blue tablecloths to create a vivid bouquet. And of course, Jelly Belly jelly beans always add flavor and fun to the proceedings.
Mixed Berry Smoothie, Island Punch, Berry Blue
Pink, Light Pink & Yellow
Even if the sky’s cloudy, you can still have plenty of sunshine at your wedding by using these bright and joyous colors. Pinks and yellows actually illuminate each other and give your wedding party a clean, refreshing aura.
Bubble Gum, Cotton Candy, Lemon Drop, Sunkist® Lemon
Green, Light Green & White
Scores of weddings in 2010 featured this fast-rising mix. Could it be because it’s the color of money? Or fresh summer grass? Or crunchy green apples? It’s all of the above, and a palette your guests won’t forget.
Coconut, 7UP®, Kiwi, Margarita, Lemon Lime
Pink, Light Pink & Cream
If you’re having a February wedding, use valentine colors to enhance the romance. Darker pink highlights to cream and light pink arrangements give the ceremony a lovingly sweet feel, while letting dark pink dominate adds some sexiness to the party.
Pomegranate Cosmo, Pomegranate, Cotton Candy, Strawberry Cheesecake, A&W® Cream Soda
Light Pink, Light Orange & Orange
Spring can be in the air at any time of year with this beautiful bouquet. The pale pinks and oranges are delicate and feminine, while the bright orange radiates light and warmth. This combo is designed to create smiles.
Bubble Gum, Cotton Candy, Orange Sherbet, Pink Grapefruit, Peach Bellini