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Planning a 2018 wedding? New brides need to know about the up-and-coming wedding colour trends and we’re here to help! Choosing the right colours for your wedding day is a huge part of the overall style and theme that you are trying to create.

Nikki Hunt, the founder ofThink PR & Events shed some insight into 2018’s colours, “We are seeing this wedding season brides taking more risks with bold colour themes and clashing colours—red and pink have been very popular mixed together in floral arrangements and then flowing into the overall colour theme. Another popular theme has been and will continue for the next season is the lush green tropics—we are seeing lots of emerald greens in bridesmaids dresses and an abundance of green foliage. Metallics have and will continue to be a big trend in weddings for 2017/2018, and rose gold, silver, yellow gold, and copper will continue to be big complementary colours to the main palette."

 



We have the insight on what’s going to be hottest in Wedding colours for 2018 and we think you’re going to love it. Here’s what you can look forward to in 2018 weddings.

Deep Red
Even though the colour red looks like it should be used only in the fall, it actually can work beautifully in any season. There is an unexpected quality to this colour which adds to its visual interest and our luxury red pearl boxes have a very high-end and sophisticated look.

White and Gold
This colour combination is a true classic. By adding in the touch of gold, you get that little bit of sparkle and shine that the basic white can’t provide. It adds a dressy look to your decor and makes it feel more elegant.White folding luxury gift boxes are one of our most popular colours. OurGold Gift Boxes are beautiful, sophisticated and have a unique gold pearlescent matt finish for the ultimate in luxury packaging.

Black
After the Spring 2018 bridal fashion week in New York, loads of new and exciting wedding dresses for us to drool over emerged. But there is one emerging trend from the catwalks this year that we really didn't expect to see - not on a bridal runway, at least. It all started with Reem Acra, who presented a bridal collection entirely inspired by Breakfast at Tiffany's and that little black dress. Yep, you heard us - black.Take a look at our black boxes here.

Blue Hues
Blue is our new favorite accent colour. It’s effortless, romantic and ethereal, not to mention that it looks great when paired with a range of other colours. Choose a light, muted blue tone to incorporate throughout your decor to maintain a modern aesthetic. If you would like to introduce a pale blue hue to your colour scheme, view ourblue boxes.

Do you know what the best part of the 2018 wedding colour predictions are? FoldaBox has boxes in all the above colours just waiting for you to browse.Take a look at our boxes online.
Nicole Hines
Nicole Hines


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