How to Include Orange Hues in Your Wedding Décor

Discover clever ways to incorporate this offbeat hue in your nuptials.

How to Include Orange Hues in Your Wedding Décor

Photo: Melody Melikian Photography

Once you and your beloved have managed to nail down a venue, the next step will be the rough conceptualization of your décor. When you had the opportunity to tour your wedding site, you likely got a good feel for what you wanted to fill the space – we recommend you take pictures for future reference. Oftentimes, the venue coordinator or your planner will have ideas, and it’s your job to combine the expert advice with your personal preferences. One decision that will inform many other selections you’ll have to make for your nuptials is the color scheme. 

Depending on the location of your event as well as the time of year, there will be some hues that seem more appropriate than others. A few tones are thought of as being “classic” for a wedding, such as white and champagne, and some that are contemporarily considered “trendy,” such as certain shades of pink and blue. However, some of the more offbeat colors can work just as well for your big day. One of these hues is orange – not necessarily thought of as a wedding color, but it can be idyllic for both warm- and cold-weather fêtes.

Scroll through the photos below to see examples of orange tones in real weddings and styled shoots. Be sure to click on each picture for further inspiration!

Photo by Melody Melikian Photography; Floral Design by Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle

Photo by Duke Photography; Rentals by Luxe Linen and Revelry Event Designers

Photo by Lucy Munoz Photography

Photo by Kathleen Geiberger Photography 

Photo by Visuals by Arpit 

Photo by Next Exit Photography 

Photo by Krista Mason Photography; Planning & Design by Sterling Engagements; Rentals by Luxe Linen and Revelry Event Designers

Photo by Next Exit Photography 

Photo by Paige Jones; Planning & Design by Bluebell Events  

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