These will be the top wedding colors of 2019

If you're newly engaged and ready to start planning your wedding, this is an exciting time! But planning a wedding can also be a little overwhelming. To start, try choosing a color palette.

According to a report conducted by WeddingWire, nearly half of couples choose a wedding color scheme soon after getting engaged. Once that's out of the way, couples can more easily choose flowers, bridesmaid dresses, cake, table settings and other decor that fit into one cohesive look. 

Choosing a color, however, doesn't mean choosing one or two specific colors and matching everything to it. Rather a color palette should be a range of shades — think something like golds and pinks or multiple shades of blue.  

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Wedding color palettes by WeddingWire x The Pantone Color Institute
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Wedding color palettes by WeddingWire x The Pantone Color Institute

Love in bloom

Colors: green, fuchsia, silver

This color palette combines earthy shades of green with pops of bright pink and silver. Per a press release, "Structural floral installations are making a big impact in 2019 wedding decor, with an opportunity for couples to incorporate greenery and bright pops of color alongside abstract sculptures in wood or metallic tones."

Golden hour

Colors: copper, gold, rust, beige, brown, orange

"Golden hour" is a twist on the popular neutral palettes of the past, adding pops of light gold and copper. "Warm neutrals in this palette offer the opportunity to incorporate one of 2019's most popular texture trends: pampas grass, a natural colored wheatgrass that pairs well with minimalist florals," according to a press release

Stroke of midnight

Colors: blue, purple, fuchsia, silver, white

"Twinkling whites along with clean and cool metallics add sheen and sparkle, providing an incandescent glow to this cutting-edge collection of colors," the press release reads. WeddingWire suggests incorporating 2019's most popular linen, velvet, to show off the richness of the colors. 

Paradise found

Colors: blue, turquoise, teal, white, coral, orange

"Paradise found" practically screams sunshine and beach waves. "The playfulness of the palette invites couples to mix and match wedding party attire — including groomsmen suiting and accessories in fun colors across the spectrum," WeddingWire suggests. The pops of brighter colors can also be channeled through signature cocktails, artwork and florals. 

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WeddingWire recently teamed up with the Pantone Color Institute to come up with four wedding color palettes they predict will be the hottest in 2019. And if you're over the pastel and neutral palettes of the past, then you're right on trend. This is the year of bold, vibrant colors. 

The palettes range from pops of pink to dark hues of blue and purple. Check out the gallery above for a complete look at the color trends!

For some of the prettiest Spring 2019 bridal dresses, see below!

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Prettiest bridal dresses Spring 2019
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Prettiest bridal dresses Spring 2019

Reem Acra Spring 2019

Courtesy Thomas Concordia via Getty Images

Naeem Khan Spring/Summer 2019

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Ines di Santo Spring 2019

Courtsey Mike Colon

Jenny Packham Spring 2019

Courtesy Jenny Packham

Theia Spring 2019 

Courtesy JP Yim via Getty Images

Wtoo by Watters Spring 2019

Courtesy Wtoo by Watters

Monique Lhuillier Spring 2019

Courtesy Greg Kessler for Kessler Studio

Reem Acra Spring 2019

Courtesy Thomas Concordia via Getty Images

Alexandra Grecco Spring 2019

Courtesy Alexandra Grecco

Olvi Spring 2019

Courtesy Olvi

Mira Zwillinger Spring 2019

Courtesy Mira Zwillinger

Courtesy Caroline Castigliano

Laure de Sagazan Bridal 2019

Courtesy Laure de Sagazan

Courtesy Willowby by Watters
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