1) Watermelon & Honeydew Green (Baby Pink & Apple Green)
Nothing says summer quite like watermelons. Pair bright watermelon with a light honeydew green, or go with dark green and white to imitate the summertime fruit. These combinations will go great with the greens in your bouquets and centerpieces, and can be paired nicely with other shades of pink. Having a more informal wedding get together? Serve watermelon slices after a BBQ reception or as an appetizer at your beach blowout.
This bold combination goes great with all skin tones. Choose bridesmaid dresses in bright cornflower blue with plum accents. Hydrangeas are the perfect flower to accompany this color combination, and if you're getting married in a garden or park graced with these blooms your photos will be absolutely gorgeous.
A bright tangerine orange goes perfectly with a subtle light yellow, and this combination will make your wedding seem sunny even if summer showers come your way. Dress your maids in light yellow gowns and choose bright orange flowers to give the ensemble some pop. Not a fan of traditional wedding cake? Replace the dessert with a festive sorbet to match your color scheme instead.
4) Hot pink & lime green
This wedding color combination has been popular over the last few years. The two bright colors competing for attention are great for beach weddings or photo shoots in a garden. They can also brighten up the inside of a church, providing that they don't clash with the décor. Blooms and greens are easy to match, and your tannest bridesmaids to your whitest will look great.
Planning a destination wedding on a tropical island, or at least dreaming of it? Bring the beach to you with this wedding color combination of turquoise and coral pink. If you are fortunate enough to say your vows with your feet in the sand, coral pink dresses will look stunning against the backdrop of the turquoise blue sea. Seashells and starfish make great table decorations for this color combination.