Cool and minty fresh, Hemlock is an excellent and versatile summer shade that pairs well with a huge variety of colors. Whether you choose it as your signature hue or simply use it as an accent color, we think Hemlock green adds a pretty, feminine touch to just about any color palette. Here are 5 different ways to use it on your wedding day.

We love the idea of pairing a bold red shade with hemlock green to create this eye-catching color scheme. A touch of blush pink and metallic gold help to round out the palette.

Hemlock Color Palette

This dark and opulent Gatsby-esque color scheme of emerald green, gold, and black gets a touch of softness and light from the addition of hemlock to help balance out its masculine edge.

Hemlock Green Color Palette

Dark colors like teal can be difficult to pull off on your wedding day, but pairing them with lighter accent shades can help make them stand out without weighing down your entire color palette.

Hemlock Green Color Palette

The tiny tinge of blue in hemlock green compliments the dark yellow in this palette perfectly, and the addition of lots of white makes the whole scheme clean, crisp, and contemporary.

Hemlock Green Color Palette

A combination of pretty pastel shades, this delicate color palette is perfect for a backyard garden wedding.

Hemlock Green Color Palette

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  1. Posted by Charmaine on July 16th, 2014 at 5:07pm

    Love the way that dark teal dress pairs beautifully with the lighter blue gowns.
  2. Posted by Lindsay on July 20th, 2014 at 1:36am

    This color palette is really lovely and so versatile!
  3. Posted by Sarah on January 11th, 2015 at 6:01pm

    any idea where the mint with gold polka dots came from - would be perfect for my sister's wedding.
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