Dusty blues work for all seasons. Hilary Tuel and Bryce Daniels' wedding features dusty blues and autumn foliage at Priest Creek Ranch | Cassie Rosch Photography

5 Color Palettes for Any Season

From pretty pastels and shades of blue to blush pink tones and sage greens, these wedding color palettes look beautiful no matter the time of year.


The ever-popular pastel palette is not just for spring and summer – the collection of soft shades works for the cooler months, too. This pastel color combination is chic and romantic, no matter what time of the year you’re getting married. 

Blush Tones

Combine different shades of pink to create your dream wedding palette regardless of the season. A timeless color, hues of pink and blush tones add a touch of feminine effect throughout your decor. Pop accent colors into wedding floral arrangements to complement the season. 

Neutral Shades

The neutral color combination of creamy beiges, warm tans and pearly whites create a natural, earthy setting for your Steamboat wedding day. Whether you’re planning an outdoor barn wedding at a local ranch or a winter-themed celebration on the mountain, these colors are adaptable for any time of the year. 

Natural Greens

For those who are one with nature, this green color palette is ideal. Sage greens, grayed jades and olive tones give off an earthy rustic mood. Incorporate natural, harvested greenery for an organic outdoor setting year-round – even if you’re getting married indoors.

Dusty Blues

A popular wedding color, dusty blue is a dreamy, soft, romantic hue that works well with every season. Pairing the dusty blues with fresh greenery and complementing accent colors – like rose gold or gray undertones – creates a beautiful wedding palette for any season.