These 5 Wedding Colours Are Already Trending for 2020

Anyone who has tied the knot will tell you it's scary how quickly the big day comes around. One minute, time seems to be on your side, and the next, your caterer is firming up vegetarian numbers and having your final wedding dress fitting. That said, if you're getting married in 2020 and you have yet to settle on your theme, fret not—we're here to help, having enlisted the encyclopedic knowledge of Louie Tew, co-founder of chic bridesmaid dress brand TH&TH, to find out which trending wedding colours 2020 has in store. TH&TH consistently tailors its shades of dresses to match the most in-demand hues, so who better to tell us what's going to be in?

Keep scrolling to see the five pretty colours set to dominate the wedding scene in 2020.

"This shade is to green what navy is to blue, and after seeing this beautiful shade on the catwalk at Oscar de la Renta, we knew we had to have it in the collection across our signature fabrics; tulle, chiffon and our new crepe luxe."

"Lemon is rising in popularity due to its borderline neutral tone, making it more daring than ivory or cream, while not detracting from these classic hues."

ROSE QUARTZ

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"Pink is the most popular colour of them all when it comes to weddings. But we are seeing a shift towards a mix and match of dusky pinks and lilacs with a hint of smokiness. This creates a softer, warmer tone and will give all your photographs a dreamy, ethereal feel."

CANTALOUPE

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"Blush is always big news on the wedding front, but for 2020, we're seeing shades with noticeably orange undertones coming through. 

DEEP BERRY

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"It's a colour that's commonly associated with winter weddings, but now deep berry hues are appearing throughout the year. It's even making its way to distant destination weddings, with hot-red roses added to the hair to complement this romantic tone."