You might think to yourself, “Let the wedding color palette hunt begin!” as you sit down for your first Pinterest binge session, right after you get engaged. About 10 minutes in, you realize there are just wayyy too many colors to choose from. When you think about coordinating three or four of them together, the panic sets in. Instead of wracking your brain trying to come up with the perfect color combination, you’ll just do different shades of green, because leafy green is *super* on trend. On trend is right. Green is so hot, it’s taking over the wedding scene right now — arches, bouquets, ties — the list goes on and on. Everyone is going green.


1. Woodland Headpiece: This bride knows exactly what she’s doing. Between the boho lace dress, the neutral colored bouquet, the headpiece and the woodsy background, this wedding has green in all the right places. (via Jess Petrie / Grey Likes Weddings)


2. Green Place Setting: To carry out your Pantone green theme, it’s important that guests see the color consistently throughout the night. All the different shades here with the gold silverware is perfection. (via Conforti Photography / Mod Wedding)


3. Decorative Aisle Chairs: First of all, these chairs are super cute, so they don’t need a ton of extra frills, but the touch of green and white is just right. This makes for a simple aisle that will let you (the bride) shine. (via Kate Holstein / Once Wed)


4. Rustic Tablescape: Oh, we sure do love a good copper mug, so we we have to point out how cool those look mixed in with an oversized woodland table runner. This setup is casual, but definitely still says, “This is your wedding day!” (via Maro Sanchez / Rock My Wedding)


5. Oversized Chair Decor: If you’re really going for a mixed greens look, this is the chair decor for you. It’s got lots of texture with the different leaf combinations and makes for the best his and her head table chairs. (via Fanton Photography / Rock My Wedding)


6. Elegant Succulents: Succulents are kind of their own category and are still very on trend. Plus, they’re green! So they go marvelously with a green themed reception. (via Kim and Niki / Style Me Pretty)


7. All Green Bridal Bouquet: These days, we consider eucalyptus our spirit animal, so a bouquet mostly made out of it screams our name. Along with thistle and succulents, this bouquet gets an A+ in the beauty department. (via Kristen Weaver Photography / Ruffled Blog)


8. A Green Reception: The beauty of having an outdoor wedding in the summertime and having a green-based color scheme is the grass and surrounding plant life really help you out. This bride’s table decor is gorgeous, but its the venue that’s really catching our eye. (via Gina and Ryan Photography / Ruffled Blog)


9. Green-Themed Invitations: The olive branch is another classic go-to green that we love. It’s really working on this square invitation and lets guests know that your wedding will be an outdoorsy affair. (via Laura Nelson Photography / Mod Wedding)


10. Bold Table Runner: This bride added a touch of color to her heavy green table runner, and it definitely works. Going this route instead of using more traditional centerpieces has also been super trendy, so between the green and the table runner, your reception will be a very stylish event. (via Jessie Schultz Photography / Junebug Weddings)


11. Mint Candles: We’re mixing it up a bit with a more minty green instead of the forest green we’ve been seeing a lot of. Colored candles are for sure having a moment right now, and the new shade of green offers a touch of personality. (via Cojo Photo / Mod Wedding )


12. Extra Bold and Leafy Centerpieces: This centerpiece was for an island wedding in Hawaii, so we think this over-the-top, extra leafy table decor is right on the mark. Just look at all the different shades of green — it’s fabulous. (via Maui Maka Photography / Bridal Musings)


13. A Touch of Copper: The copper terrariums just make this table setting. Maybe they can even act as take-home gifts for your guests? Take notes, though: Green and copper, they work. (via Sarah Street Photography / My Wedding)


14. A Green Dessert Station: Now this is what we call dessert. This is an absolutely whimsical dessert station. Those macarons looks like they’re straight out of a Paris bakery, and the fact that they’re green make this so much fun. (via Birds of a Feather / Style Me Pretty)


15. Green Bridesmaid Dress: If you really want to go all out on the green theme, then a green bridesmaid’s dress is the way to go. To tone it down a tad, though, mixing in some whites and color to your flower arrangements balances everything out. (via Ashley Caroline Photography / Style Me Pretty)

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