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There will always be a special place in our hearts for classic wedding color palettes, but we can’t help but get a little giddy when we see brides pushing the envelope with their wedding decor colors. Take a peek below at some of the exciting and unique color palettes we’ve spotted in recent Austin weddings. Enjoy!

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Rust, Orange, Peach + Rose

One step further than the classic fall palette, we love the muted vibes of Missy and Drew’s wedding decor in rust, rose and peach.

Jenny De Marco Photography | Brock + Co. Events | Wendee Sawran Petals and Decor | Whim Hospitality | Camp Lucy

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Teal, Emerald, Mint + Gold

Cassie and Amber’s color palette is a trending home decor scheme, so why not incorporate ocean hues and golds into your wedding?

Lisa Woods Photography | Wild Sky Events | The Color Condition | Whim Hospitality | Loot Vintage Rentals | Lovebirds Sweets

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Neon Pink, Blush + Bright White

Megan and Louis’ girlie palette completely relies on the neon hue. Start there then add softer pinks, pops of fuchsia and bright whites to give classic pink a new look.

Sophie Epton Photography | Westcott Weddings | Loot Vintage Rentals

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Violet, Fuchsia + Periwinkle

Working these feminine hues into your wedding decor will make the scene so photogenic. Alli and Alec paired bright pinks with muted purples to pull this off!

Ashley Bosnick Photography | Bella by Sara | My Style Team

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Pink, Plum + Aqua

For a fun and playful color scheme, try pairing bright pink and fuschia with a pop of aqua blue. Use the blue in bigger details like Alex and Adam did with their cake or as an accent color.

Kat Bevel Photography | Whitt | Wendee Sawran Petals and Decor | Simon Lee Bakery | Marquee Event Group | The Wild Onion Ranch

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Peach, Coral + Navy

Start your palette off with a heavy dose of peach, then add in pops of coral and navy for a more organic take on a preppy color scheme like Emily and Viktor did with their florals.

Michelle Boyd Photography | Gypsy Floral and Events | Marquee Event Group

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