One of the first questions I always hear brides asked is, "What are your colors?" We are constantly talking about trends in colors and palettes and how to incorporate them into your wedding, but choosing the perfect color is a task in itself. The color palette is essential is setting the theme and personalization for your ceremony and reception and should be unique to the couple. Mara Marian-Harwood of Events by LMG and Jacque Riehl of Riehl Events help uncover ways and ideas to find that perfect color on this weeks bright edition of Wedding Indulgence Wednesday.

Mara's Fave Find: My favorite post this week is via The Knot (@theknot)

So rudimentary, but such a great resource: The Knot's Wedding Color Library.

Within the library you can search for wedding design and decor ideas in every color imaginable. TIP: Let's say your color is something a little funky, like peach. Click on Orange and you'll find all shades of orange in there, including peach. Same goes for all the hues, select the color closest to what you're after and you'll find a variety of shades are represented in the thousands of images available in all the colors. Remember to even browse other colors, you may stumble upon something you love that you could use as inspiration to create in your color combo.

Jenni's Fave Find:

Color is such a customizable way to tie your personality into your wedding. From Bridesmaid dresses to ties, flowers, linens and everything in between, the addition of color can really make your ceremony pop. However, I love the idea of keeping white as the main focus and color in a wedding. My fave this week comes from Inspired by This and their classic white wedding inspiration.

White is so clean, crisp and unexpected. The classic shade will never go out of style or lose its trendy status, and will keep the ceremony and reception looking so elegant and demure. White remains the traditional wedding color and can be incorporated into more than just your dress. Why not try white flowers like lilies or camellias, crystal accents, pearls and even white tuxedos. If white is too much, give a subtle champagne or light beige a try.

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That's it for this weeks Wedding Indulgence Wednesday from us, but we want to know what YOUR colors are, what your favorite color schemes are and how you decided them. Share with us in the comments section below! Don't forget to tune in next Wednesday at 10:30 MST on Twitter following hashtag #WedWed for a whole hour of design finds and inspiration!