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el color de tus XV

el color de tus XV

Get inspired by your setting

To begin this journey in finding your colors first you have to look at is LOCATION, have a color palette in mind while you’re doing your venue research. Once you find the venue that you absolutely love, but maybe the color palette you chose doesn’t exactly fit with the venue it’s time to switch it up! Most venues have a neutral color or can have details in Gold or silver, which can really throw off your scheme. You want to carry out your vision for color and style that way you won’t have to work against clashing your color palette.

el color de tus XV

Set the mood

Now it’s time to create the vibe you want in your quinceañera. If you’re going for a relaxed country style, then a white, sage, dusty blue and light gold is a great choice than, say, dark colors. Think about the style and atmosphere you want to have, whether its party and fun or shiny and elegant.

Do your research

One of the best ways to pick your colors is by looking into magazines, articles, and even using your easily accessible cell phones! Gosh how advanced the world is today! There are never-ending shades, color schemes, and styles to pick from that can also be trendy. Another great way to do your research is by looking at your friend’s xv colors, obviously I would not tell you to use the same color as your BFF because that’s girl code, you don’t want to steal the shine from them! Look into the colors they did not use and work around them.

Think about the seasons

Just like your wardrobe, your wedding color scheme can be inspired by the season. A way to start is to think about what season do you want your xv to bring? Perhaps silver and pearled white for winter? Or Goldenrod, sage, and plum for Spring even Burgundy, brown and Old Gold for fall. There are so many colors to choose from, but only four seasons. The trick is to concentrate on texture, and maybe even bring in a stronger accent color.

Looks to what you love

The colors look into can also go in with your decoration for example if you’re thinking of a Hindu theme, then small touches of fuchsia could also help you get your color scheme if you do not want to add too much of one color. It’s always important to match your theme with your color scheme because who add red to an ocean theme quince? That would be one disoriented party Remember your color = theme

Don’t overthink it

Finally, the last step, its super easy to get caught up in all of these beautiful colors and styles but remember to keep it into a strict color palette. We wouldn’t want your party to look like chile, mole y pozole. If your early in planning process, you will most definitely get asked, “what are your colors?” and by that one question you can get pressure from friends and family. But color doesn’t have to play a major role that is just it sometimes made out to be. While your palette will inform you of your quince dress color, flowers, and theme, use it as a guideline instead of a rule. Not every part of your Quinceañera has to match perfectly, don’t stress on every detail.

el color de tus XV