Hi everyone! Happy Friday and welcome back to the blog. I know I have chatted with you guys about how to choose your wedding colors but for today’s blog post I wanted to add to it. Today we’re going to talk about how to choose your wedding colors based on their metaphysical properties. In the metaphysical world, colors are associated with certain energies or vibrations. Planning your wedding colors with this in mind can help bring those energies into your wedding day or into your future with your new partner.
So how does one do that?
You can add the selected colors into your wedding in any way you like. It could be table settings, centerpieces, the dresses, the color of the socks the groomsmen are wearing, favors, flowers…literally anything.
What do the colors mean?
Here is a quick reference to get you started.
- Red: Fiery passionate love, lust, intense romance, vitality
- Orange: Confidence, cheerfulness, high energy and vibration
- Yellow: Youthfulness, education and learning, light happy energy
- Green: Calmness, centered energy, abundance
- Blue: Healing, travel, emotional depth
- Purple: Sophistication, divinity, royalty
- White: Freshness, new beginnings, purity, simplicity
- Gold: Wealth, status, wisdom, longevity
Related: Tarot card readings to do before your wedding
Now to tie it all together
Now to tie it together for you. Lets say you want to use yellow for your dresses but aren’t sure about how that works given the chart above. You could take the angle that you and your partner will always be learning about yourselves and one another (education) and that you will always keep the youthful energy present in your relationship. If you wanted to use the correspondences for purple, you could say that you are including it so you and your partner will always be advancing together towards your greatest and highest selves.
See? Super easy. I hope this helps give you some ideas for adding in color from a metaphysical angle. Good luck selecting your colors and good luck on your big day.
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