A few years ago cadbury purple was a top trend, it seemed we made 90% of our wedding invitations in this colour (perhaps a slight exaggeration, but you can get the idea of how popular this colour really was).
It is still a popular choice for couples but different shades are being used at the moment along with an ombre style. There are so many d
Different shades available with Cadbury Purple, Aubergine, Lilac, Mauve, Plum, Violet, Indigo, Lavender, Bright Purple and Dark Purple.
Dusty Purple and Grey
This grey shade of purple looks really sophisticated alongside the grey and would work well for a winter theme with the muted colours and adding some sparkle would bring this colour scheme to life
Lavender and Green
Lavender has become a popular shade with year and this mood board shows that it works wonderfully with different shades of green.
This very pale shade of Purple is beautiful and i love the lavender bouquets and the colours teamed with whites and creams.
Pink and Purple
For a good pop of colour you can go for bright purple and pinks. This ombre style looks fantastic.
Plum and Navy
Plum is a lovely shade sitting between pink and purple and has a real warmth to it. It is often used for Autumn and winter weddings as it works well with sparkle. This mood board shows it teamed with Navy.
Purple, Mint and Grey
We see mixes of pastel colours everywhere at the moment and this pallette of purple, lilac, mint, pink and blue work really well together.
Purple, White and Silver
It is popular to have different shades of one colour, it can break up the room and not have a block of colour and it is also a great idea as it makes working with your colour theme much easier when you aren't trying to match everything to one shade.
Purples with Orange and Gold
Many couples choose to have more than one colour for their wedding as it can work a lot better when choosing everything. This mood board shows purple being mixed with oranges and golds which would work perfectly with an autumn wedding
We couldn't complete a purple theme without adding in Pantone's 2014 colour of the year 'Radiant Orchid'.
Violet and Blush
Violet is a bright shade of purple and works well with a neutral tone of pink Blush to break it up a little. The additional of sparkle really brings this theme to life.