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These are the best wedding decor colours you should be looking into for wedding inspiration in 2020.

Weddings are all about colour. The defining shade almost resonates with the whole wedding and keeps your style cohesive and charming. No wonder brides spend their time planning around wedding colours. There was a time when gold and red ruled the roost in Indian weddings, alongside over-the-top, ornate details. Cut to 2020, it’s all about balance and pastels and keeping it minimalistic and simple. Here are a few hues that we think work well with weddings in 2020.

An all-white look

Venue: @w_goa; Photography: @thehouseontheclouds; Decor: @knottedupweddings ;Wedding Planning: @shaadisquad

Decor by: @belle_fiore

You can never go wrong with an all-white look. And when it comes to flowers, the Indian jasmine makes for a beautiful addition to the entire look.

A breezy blue

Photographed by @thepicturepatchindia; Decor by @With Love Nilma

More brides are working with offbeat colours and moving away from pinks to blues. The peach outfits against the backdrop of blue is a welcome choice.

Peach is perfect

Photography: @namanverma; Planning: @eventricsw; Floral design: @floraeventi; Decor design: @prashe; Venue: @fontainebleau

Peach has had a moment for a while now, and it’s being preferred more by millennial brides who hate conventional ideas. The fact that peach lends itself to any colour and matches with it and compliments it makes it a viable choice.

Mixed pastels

Decor by: Rani Pink Events

Mix up your pastels to make it a dreamy affair. We love how pinks, lilacs, and peaches are matched beautifully with each other to create an entire vibrant mood.

Ombre shades

Planning and Design: @elan_ebn

Photography: @melissagayleweddings

Use an array of pastel coloured flowers to create a gradient effect – that’s a huge trend for the year. Pastel roses in the same colour family can really elevate the look and give it a sophisticated vibe.

Purple is back

Event Planner: @mindyweiss

Purples and all shades of violet and lilacs are back again, and they compliment the vibe of a minimalist bride.

Earthy hues

Design & planning @emilycoyneevents; Photography @chardphoto; Florals @delcabofloraldesign

More and more wedding designers are going sustainable and opting for dried flowers and earthy hues to create a rustic yet chic vibe.

All images via Instagram 

Latha Sunadh
Deputy Editor
When she's not trying on a new serum, researching on yet another classic fragrance and sharing lip balms with her 5-year old daughter, Latha Sunadh keeps it reined in with a nice song and a good book. Special skills include obsessing over handmade, home-made and handcrafted luxuries.