Whether you are planning a destination elopement in Glacier National Park, an intimate wedding in your hometown, or a grandiose celebration at an eccentric venue surrounded by everyone that you love and care for, there is one thing for sure; summer weddings are timeless! It’s truly no wonder why so many couples choose to host their wedding day in the summertime. What could be better than saying your “I Dos” in the Big Sky State with views of Montana’s sun-drenched landscapes? A dream come true if we do say so ourselves!
We are sure you have been fantasizing about your dream Montana wedding; this being said, the neverending possibilities for summer wedding color combos can become overwhelming! Whether you opt for a neutral, earthy, or vibrant color palette, your big day will be an absolute hit as long as it represents you and your partner. This being said, if you are looking for some lovely color palettes to narrow down your choices, tag along with us, and get a taste of our top picks for this summer season!
1. Soft Summertime Elegance
There is something about blues that screams “elegance”! We are head over heels for this lovely color palette we’ve called “Soft Summertime Elegance” for a Montana Wedding photographed by Kelly Kirksey Photography, a Cheers MT Premier Vendor.
Featuring classic navy blue groom/groomsmen attire and dusty blue bridesmaid gowns, this beautiful color palette truly sets the mood for a heartfelt warm-weather celebration! These elegant shades of blue and accents of lush greenery honor the natural beauty of Montana’s rich landscapes. Paired with a beautiful array of pastel pink/blush blooms, this unique color palette is full of character and offers a refreshing array of wedding-day decor possibilities. Plus, you will already have something blue pinned down, win-win!
- Photography // Kelly Kirksey Photographer, Cheers MT Premier Vendor
- Venue // Glacier Raft Co. Wedding Venue
- Floral Design // Mum’s Floral
- Catering // The Kopper Kitchen
- Cake // Bonjour Bakery and Bistro
- Hair & Makeup // Trina at The Edge Salon
- Gown // Margene’s Bridal
- Suits // NL Suits
2. Northern Skyline
There is nothing more stunning than a Montana summer sunset. Known for its blues, reds, and shades of blush, why not have a wedding color palette that speaks to the state you love most? Photographed by Jennifer Vernarsky Photography, we are loving this #swoonworthy color palette we’ve called, “Northern Skyline”.
While tying the knot in the great outdoors, why not bring an outdoorsy vibe to your wedding decor? Featuring an array of textured foliage, we can’t get enough of this unique bridal bouquet designed by Rose Mountain Floral! As seen here, not all summer wedding color palettes need to be bright and bold. The white, green, and blush tones featured in this one-of-a-kind Glacier National Park Elopement are the perfect base for any nature-oriented celebration. Paired with bright red floral accents, this stunning palette is a great option for a bride who is looking to add a romantic and unique flair to her big day!
- Photography // Jennifer Vernarsky Photography, Cheers MT Premier Vendor
- Videography // Blume Photo and Film, Cheers MT Vendor
- Florals // Rose Mountain Floral
- Celebrant // Sarah Harding
- Cake // Mountain Mama’s Cupcakery
- Hair & Makeup // Rare Beauty, Cloud Makeup
3. Montana Blush
For those brides who are looking to implement a rustic-chic flair to their wedding day, we’d like to introduce you to a stunning color palette we’ve named “Montana Blush”. Photographed by the talented Kiralee Jones, a Cheers MT Premier Vendor, this beautiful color palette is perfect for any bride that is searching for a fresh color palette with a classic western touch!
Summertime is known for its bright and bold shades. Not only is this palette light and airy, featuring a refreshing mix of peach, blue, and green, but it truly allows you to get creative with your wedding day decor. From beautifully designed florals to western-themed wedding cakes, and even tablescapes and stationery, this unique color palette captures all the rich hues of a summer season. The pink-toned blush shade featured in this palette perfectly pairs a sense of warmth and feminity, all-in-all encompassing a celebration of love that will be fondly remembered for a lifetime!
- Photographer // Kiralee Jones, Cheers MT Premier Vendor
- Associate Photographer // Elizabeth Hyde
- Venue // The Nest on Swan River
- Floral Design // Woodland Floral
- Hair & Makeup // Lacey Green Fields
4. Earthy Mountain Haze
If you are not the type of bride to opt for a vibrant wedding-day color combo, no worries! We are swooning for this moody summer palette photographed by Chantel Ibach Photography, a Cheers MT Premier Photographer. Featuring a mix of earthy blushes, sage green, and a shade of deep burgundy, you’ll be dreaming about this Glacier National Park Elopement!
Imagine tying the knot in the mountains with your lover, surrounded by a dreamy mix of ivory, mauve, and burgundy shades. Total and complete fairytale! This rich and romantic color scheme is perfect for catching the eye, without being overly bright. Subtle, romantic, and stunning – you can’t go wrong with this mountain-inspired color combo!
Can we all just take a moment to appreciate the beauty of this GNP elopement? Swoon!
- Photography // Chantel Ibach Photography, Cheers MT Premier Vendor
- Videography // On the Fly Films, Cheers MT Vendor
- Floral Design // Mum’s Floral
5. Floral Romance
For a warm and romantic indoor wedding reception, we are wowed at this classy color combo we’ve called “Floral Romance”. Photographed by Cheers MT Premier Vendor, Taylor Barrett Photography, this palette is serving up all of the best elegant wedding day vibes!
If you have been on the hunt for a feminine, yet subdued, wedding color palette, we know you will simply love this romantic display! These beautiful mauvy-pink florals pair perfectly with a shade of deep red and are only accentuated by the navy blue of the groom’s attire. As Inside Weddings puts it, “Utilizing pink does not have to create an ultra-feminine concept for your big day – it can serve to soften the palette and add a certain whimsy and romance to your nuptials.”