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2024 Wedding Colors for February
With Valentine’s Day on the 14th, February is undoubtedly the month of love, making it a great time to celebrate a wedding. Just don’t make the mistake of thinking that all February wedding colors have to be pink, red, and white.
In 2024, February wedding colors are bold and romantic. Some refreshing combinations might even surprise you, but each and every one on our list of wedding colors for February in 2024 is perfect for your winter wedding, no matter what vibe you’re going for.
Wedding Invitation Suite Arranged With Peach and Pink Flowers: Style Me Pretty, Wedding Reception Tablescape With Pink and Yellow Flowers: Ruffled Blog, Peachy Pink, Buttery Yellow, and Gold Color Palette: Pantone Connect
Peachy Pink, Buttery Yellow, and Gold
Peachy pinks are a great choice for February wedding colors because they aren’t overtly feminine. Peachy pinks have also been popular over the last few years. Pantone’s Peach Fuzz was announced as the color of the year in 2024 (we’ll share a color palette with this color later in this article), but we think 2019’s Living Coral makes a great February wedding color too.
Branch out and create a unique color palette that includes buttery yellow and gold accents. Pick from gold charger plates that match the vibe of your wedding. Intersperse gold taper candle holders in between floral arrangements that include peachy pink roses and seasonal yellow flowers, like amaryllis, paperwhites, or tulips.
White Wedding Cake With Burgundy and Pink Agate Detail: Brides, Wedding Centerpiece With Burgundy Carnations and Dusty Pink Roses: Hey Wedding Lady, Burgundy, Desert Rose, and Champagne Color Palette: Pantone Connect
Burgundy, Desert Rose, and Champagne
If your heart is searching for moody, romantic wedding colors, think color palettes with shades of desert rose instead of vibrant pinks and reds. When paired with light and bubbly champagne and true burgundy, you’ve got a seasonally appropriate color palette that’s perfect for February weddings.
Burgundy carnations and dusty roses are no-brainers for floral arrangements, as are light and airy chiffon table runners and sparkling glasses filled with champagne at each place setting. Bridesmaids will love wearing shades of desert rose, while groomsmen will look edgy in burgundy suits. If you want to incorporate details that are a little different, try a geode-inspired wedding cake or agate stationery.
Black With Powder Pink and Mauve Color Palette: Pantone Connect, Place Setting Featuring a Light Pink Charger Plate and Black Details: Cavin Elizabeth Wedding Photography, Dramatic Dusty Pink Floral Arrangement in Front of a Black Backdrop: Lost in Love Wedding Photography
Powder Pink, Mauve, and Black
Another one of our favorite moody wedding color palettes goes even darker than desert rose and burgundy by looking to black wedding colors for inspiration. That doesn’t mean a black color palette has to be depressing! Powder pink and mauve lighten up this color palette, providing the perfect balance of light, feminine shades with dark and masculine black.
How you balance the details in this 2024 February wedding color palette will impact the overall look of your big day. For example, heavy black velvet tablecloths are perfect for a nighttime wedding, while layered pink chiffon table runners remind guests that spring isn’t far away. Dramatic floral arrangements with orchids and anthurium look especially stunning with this color palette, as do surprising details, like gunmetal silverware, black candlesticks, and minimalist iron candle holders.
Reception Table With Red Goblets and Colorful Candles on a Purple Tablecloth: Marth Stewart, Bride with a Purple and Pink Floral Headpiece Sitting on a Fuchsia Chair: Southbound Bride, Purple, Fuchsia, Red, and Pink Color Palette: Pantone Connect
Purple, Fuchsia, Red, and Pink
If you’re on the hunt for Valentine’s wedding colors, choose a combination of purple, fuchsia, red, and pink. It feels a little bit like opening up a bag of candy hearts!
This palette is all about having fun with the bold, vibrant colors that are associated with Valentine’s Day. That means swapping out regular wine glasses for red goblets and incorporating pink pincushion proteas in bouquets and flower arrangements. This February color palette is also perfect for bold makeup choices, like bright lipstick, as well as daring fashion, like pink and purple shirts and ties for the groom and groomsmen.
Bride Wearing a Lavender Dress Carrying a Bouquet of Flowers: Mallory Joyce, Wedding Menu on a Lavender Napkin With a Plum-Colored Ranunculus: Belinda Philleo, Lavender and Plum Color Palette: Pantone Connect
Lavender and Plum
If pink isn’t really your thing, but you still want a color palette that hints at Valentine’s Day, try focusing on shades of lavender and plum instead.
This color palette is easy to pull off because it is monochromatic, but it also gives you complete control over how light or dark you want your color palette to be. Lighter celebrations can focus on smokey lavender details, like ribbon and actual sprigs of lavender in floral arrangements, while darker weddings can incorporate plum-colored tablecloths and dark florals, like ranunculus and purple wax flower. This color palette is also perfect for incorporating smoky gray details that match the February sky.
Bride in a Chartreuse Gown Sitting on a Couch With the Groom: 100 Layer Cake, Long Reception Table With a Chartreuse Tablecloth and Pink Napkins: Modern Kicks, Bubblegum Pink and Chartreuse Color Palette: Pantone Connect
Bubblegum Pink and Chartreuse
If you’re searching for a February wedding color palette that is unlike anything your guests have ever seen before, you’ve got to try a combination of bubblegum pink and chartreuse.
Chartreuse is a dynamic color that really comes alive when you incorporate velvet elements into your wedding, as well as edible green details. Try decorating tables with cut limes and create refreshing appetizers out of honeydew melon. Dried flowers are perfect for a February wedding because they’re always in season, and they are especially fun with a unique color palette like this one. For example, floral arrangements can incorporate unique details like pink bunny tails and dried hops.
Wedding Reception Table With Half-Moon Place Cards and Coupe-Style Champagne Glasses: Love Her Madly Weddings, Hanging Centerpiece With Pink Fringe and Sunset Orange Flowers: 100 Layer Cake, Sunset Pinks and Oranges Color Palette: Pantone Connect
Sunset Pinks and Oranges
Pinks and oranges are lovely at a February wedding, especially if you tone them down and choose shades that are reminiscent of a sunset.
Statement florals are stunning with this 2024 wedding color palette. Think floral arches and hanging floral chandeliers. Mixing and matching details is perfect for this wedding color palette too. Get an eclectic look by decorating tables with candle holders in a sunset rainbow of colors and incorporate retro details, half-moon shapes, and coupe-style champagne glasses into your decorations.
Bride and Bridesmaid Holding Small Bouquets With Blue and Red Flowers: Whimsical Wonderland Weddings, Wedding Reception Table With Ice Blue Chairs and Red Flower Arrangements: Martha Stewart, Ice Blue and Vivid Red Color Palette: Pantone Connect
Ice Blue and Vivid Red
Ice blue is a favorite winter wedding color, but it can look a little too wintery if you’re pairing it with other frosty colors, like white and silver. If you’re searching for February wedding color schemes that are a little different, try pairing ice blue with vivid red.
Create a background of icy blue with hanging fabrics and tablecloths. Then, make your color palette come alive with pops of red through the use of flowers, fur shawls for the bridesmaids, and napkins. This color palette is also perfect for fun details, like an ice sculpture or icy blue uplighting.
Emerald, Silver, and Birch
Emerald green wedding colors are a favorite at winter weddings. The combination of emerald, silver, and birch is a timeless combination that enables you to bring the natural beauty of the winter season into your wedding.
Bring the outdoors into your ceremony and reception with a birch wedding arch, birch log candle centerpieces, and creative birch slice table numbers. Marble details also look great with this color palette, so try using marble charger plates and marble vases arranged with sprigs of greenery, like eucalyptus, ruscus, and plumosus.
Peach Fuzz and Pearl
Pantone’s color of the year is Peach Fuzz, and we think it makes for some lovely 2024 wedding colors. In February, we’re especially fond of the combination of Peach Fuzz and pearl.
This color palette is all about playing into the tactile nature of Peach Fuzz’s namesake—the peach. Think ruffly dresses, suede shoes, and centerpieces with soft-skinned fruit, like peaches and apricots. Incorporate the luster of pearls with pearl jewelry, but you should also get creative. Use shimmering clam shells in your décor, get a mother of pearl inspired manicure, and place pearls where guests won’t expect them, like on your veil or on a balloon arch.