What’s a Quinceañera without color? Picking the right colors for your Quinceañera table linens, and a dress to boot, can be a real challenge! After all, your colors set the mood and vibe for your event. Below, we’ve compiled 4 hot color palettes to make your tables–and you–pop on the day of your big celebration.
Cotton candy, pink and blue, is a high-energy, fun-filled color combination for any party. Both turquoise and fuchsia offer a POP factor, and combined with gold and/or white accents this color palette will really set the mood for your Quinceañera. We love the look below: turquoise tablecloths with gold chargers and fuchsia napkins.
What’s not to love? If you’re looking for a vibrant color palette that offers a wow factor, turquoise and fuchsia is a good bet. Also, a dress with these colors looks absolutely awesome! And how about a cotton candy machine at the dessert buffet?
If you’re going for classy, a zebra print and fuchsia combination fits the bill. Zebra print is playful yet elegant, and fuchsia accents really stand out. And you don’t have to use fuchsia if you’re in love with zebra print linens. Turquoise, yellow, lavender, and red are also great options. Check out this blog on damask accent colors, as the principle is the same: a black and white pattern with a color that really makes the color palette come alive.
How delicious does this zebra print cake look?
Vibrant and refreshing, a watermelon color palette is both fun and stylish. When paired together, hot pink and lime green is an absolute knock-out! Balance these bright colors with complementing colors like white and silver to please the eye.
Want to feel like a real princess on your big day? Purple is the color of royalty–truly fitting for a quince! Multi-hued color palettes are all the rage in the wedding community, and you could apply this same idea to almost any color. Purple, blue, and pink are great options, allowing for a full range of color. Purple works really well because it offers a dynamic palette, from dark eggplant to lovely lavender.
And purple is such a flattering color for dresses, too!
What are your favorite color combinations for Quinceañeras?
Credits: Turquoise and fuchsia table setting found on Style Me Pretty | Turquoise and Fuchsia dress by Bella Sera, featured on Quinceanera Magazine | Zebra Print tablescape with DIY submerged flowers featured on LinenTablecloth blog | Zebra print cake found on weheartit.com | Pink and Green tablescape found on Pinterest, pinned by EventsoJudith | Purple inspiration board by Equisite Affairs | Purple dess by Bella Sera, featured on Quinceanera Magazine