Trending Now: Neon Wedding Décor
Most couples don't go bold when selecting their wedding color palettes, but that doesn't mean you can't. If you're looking to break from tradition, consider hues that are rarely utilized at celebrations: neon. Not sure if your classic venue or wedding style can handle a fluorescent hue? Don't be. Contemporary brides and grooms are pairing neon shades with neutrals to create big-day color schemes that make a statement, but still feel refined. And, as you'll discover after seeing the photos ahead, neon doesn't have to define your event design. From linens and chargers to napkins and place cards, showcasing these energetic colorways in small doses can electrify your event's aesthetic without overwhelming your space.
Even in edible form, neon can enhance your wedding design. Just take this cake by Sweet Novelette, for example. The pros elevated this citrus-themed dessert station with a white three-tier cake, which they painted with bright yellow-and-orange fruits. Other sweets, like frosting- or fondant-covered cookies, popsicles, and lemon custard pies can brighten up your table, too, drawing guest's attention to your yummy offerings. We guarantee that asking your caterers to work a little neon into your spread will entice your friends and family to dig in.
Of course, not every couple wants to take a subtle approach to neon. For brides who want to go bright, make like one woman ahead and wear a splashy pink wedding dress down the aisle. And for the grooms? A vivid boutonnière will ensure that all eyes are on you. Whether you choose to work one of these fluorescent shades into your ensemble or décor landscape, one thing is certain: The neon wedding trend is proof that big-day color is back in a big and bold way.
Nod to your summer wedding date with a neon orange centerpiece, like this floral and candle display by Bloomin' Buckets.
Add tangerine popsicles to Champagne cocktails to create a neon-hued sip that's as colorful as it gets. Cleo Restaurant crafted this fun drink.
Neon Meets Rustic
Allude to your tropical wedding locale with neon yellow invites that resemble the sun, like these by EcLaire Paperie.
Modernize your stationery suite with multi-hued neon envelopes—like this iteration by Merrie & Bright—that change color in the light.
Coral Wedding Dress
Enhance your neon yellow earrings with a monochrome bouquet of flowers in the same shade. This newlywed used a sunny clutch of forsythia to do just that.
Color and Texture
Lucite signage makes for striking décor that'll bring contemporary vibes to your wedding venue; opt for neon acrylic for an added modern touch. This bright pink "Seat Yo'Self" seating chart by Shindig Chic brought this sign straight into the 21st century.
Neon and Earthy
Tropical Color Palette
Serve your signature drinks in tangerine-colored cups for a small, but impactful detail that speaks to your tropical-inspired color palette.
Get the party started at your wedding reception with strobing neon lights that illuminate the dance floor.
Copy this couple and use neon motel tags emblazoned with your wedding date and location as thematic favors that nod to your destination celebration.
Even your dining staff can help reinforce your colorful palette. Instead of white catering coats, Olivier Cheng Catering & Events' servers wore neon pink, blue, and orange ensembles.
Enhance your fête's bohemian aesthetic with neon macramé pot hangers. The bright pink-and-orange rope lent eclectic flair to this reception.
- Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Daughter, Lilibet Diana, Has Been Added to the Royal Line of Succession
- Can We Throw an Anniversary Party That's Bigger Than Our Wedding Was?
- Issa Rae Is Married—Just Wait Until You See Her Custom Vera Wang Wedding Dress
- The Couple Prioritized Timeless Sophistication at Their 11-Person Ceremony in Montecito