Nature’s Palettes

The month of April ushers in the rains where we see dry leaves freshen up and flowers begin to slowly spring forth their petals and butterflies dancing for nectar. Planning your wedding has its challenges when it comes to finding the right theme colour for your wedding. Taking colour theme from nature is a great way to get colour ideas . Flowers and butterflies gives and endless inspiration of colour ideas that one can choose a theme colour for an event.

Seasons have different vibes and associated colours that influences what colours your wedding invite will look like or how you decorate for your big day.  The third and fourth Months of the year is the beginning of the rainy season in our region and it’s a wonderful time to celebrate the earliest bursts of colours from flowers and delicate life forms like dry leaves coming back to life from the dry season with their earthy brownish, orangy yellowish coloured leaves giving a beautiful organic hue for an event colour theme.

Vibrant earthy colours of dry leaves

One of the first steps to planning your wedding is finding the right colour theme and style that reflects the couple’s personality. You can tap these colour combination ideas from flowers of the season. They give great colour inspiration for an event to mention some flowers around are Ixora, which exist in various colours of pink, yellow, red and white can be a great colour idea for an event.

Other colourful flowers found in our environment are Calla Lilies, Hisbiscus, Orchids, Purple hearts, Red Acalypha and sunflower to mention a few, blooming in their radiant colours.

Brides are instinctively searching for colours that are unique, drawn to pastels like lavender and deep shade of purple, whimsical and romantic pairings like pink velvety yellow or combinations with shades of pink and lime green.

Pastel Lavender

There is just no way I can talk about flowers without butterflies. They are another rich resource of nature’s colour pallets. You will discover a unique blend of analogous colour schemes are often found in nature and are harmonious and pleasing to the eye. Butterflies like the Monarch and the queen butterfly both live in temperate regions.

The Monarch Butterfly

Butterflies are a richer source of hues ranging from light, middle and dark tones of various colours. Butterflies like the orangy swordtail, the yellowish Catopsilia Florella, the brownish ringlet butterfly or the orange and blue Myrina Silenus to mention a few.

Myrina silenus butterfly

Take a walk into the surroundings around you and let nature decide that outstanding unique colour combination you have been searching for, it’s right there where you are from natures palettes.

Catopsilia Florella butterfly
Catopsilia Florella butterfly

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