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The wedding season is still on, and brides are still out and about, searching fror the perfect blend of colours to brighten their big day.

Wedding experts have revealed the top colour trend for 2015, and if you are an 'it' bride, you should include one of them in your planning.

Below are five colour trends you can pick from for your bridal bouquet to compliment your general wedding theme:

  1. Green Goddess: Of all the colours on the list, green goddess complements the widest variety of hues and tones — therefore, it’s our first choice on this year's colour trend chart. Green goddess can accompany anything from green roses to orchids, from hydrangeas to amaryllis. Green is a complementing and easily blended hue that gives that main colour a dramatic increase.

  2. Vintage Pink: This shade of pink is perfect for those looking for a more pale or rustic colour. It's a dynamic hue and is expressed in its own way. When you hear of vintage weddings, this should be the first vintage colour that pops into your head.

  3. Peach/Tangerine: A serene peach tone is a colour of celebration. Its bright and happy appearance adds a great, warm feeling to any bouquet. Pair it with crème and coral for the perfect blush spring wedding combo.

  4. Ice Blue: The cooling chill of ice blue helps with the rainy season experience, but it can also add a bit of pop to sunshine extravaganza. This colour provides for a blue that isn't tinted: it has a natural feel and a great glow.

  5. Marsala: This is the 2015 Pantone Colour of the Year, best known as an earthy red wine, rich in a burgundy hue. It's been a big hit, not only in fashion, but in flowers as well. Not to be confused with plum or autumn red, this colour can make any wedding a truly romantic (and trendy) one.

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