Fresh Greens: A grass or pear green may seem like an unusual choice for a wedding color, but when paired with a vibrant pink, fiery orange, pale purple, sunny yellow or even a virgin white, it becomes the perfect accent for the modern wedding. Look to bouquets for color inspiration - fuchsia peonies accented with grass green berries, lime green button poms mixed with orange calla lilies, fresh green hydrangeas paired with lilac roses and green and white cymbidium orchids.
Metallics: Gold or Platinum will add a glamorous sparkle to any modern wedding. Whether you prefer the warm tint of gold or the silvery shine of platinum you can add a touch of elegance or drama to your wedding decor. If you prefer gold - pair with a petal pink, pear green or ivory for an elegant flare; or try a deep wine red, espresso or marine blue for a dramatic flare. If you prefer platinum - pair with lavender, Tiffany blue or pale yellow for a touch of elegance; or try a clover green, fuchsia or deep orange for some drama.
Robin's Egg Blue: The perfect way to add the "something blue" to your wedding. This turquoise shade of blue can easily create either a trendy or classic palette, depending on what colors it is paired with. For a trendy palette, choose a bold yellow or orange for a complementary accent; or a similar shade of blue or green for a monochromatic theme. For a classic feel, choose a formal color such as black or espresso and ivory; or for an elegant twist, pair with platinum or gold.
Deep Browns: An espresso or chocolate brown is a great neutral for a modern wedding. Dark brown pairs well with a wide range of colors and looks great against a pop of saturated color. For a bold statement, pair with a vibrant orange, pink or lime green. For a more traditional pairing, choose a cream or wheat. And for a touch of glam, add a shiny gold accent.