1.Venue: This can all change though based on the location, If you've already found the perfect venue, Take a good look around your wedding venue. use the space to help you come up with your color scheme.
The colors of your reception space and its surroundings, whether it's the vintage Persian rug in the dining room or the view of the ocean, can spark an idea. For example, at the beach you’ll want colors that match the sea and the sand or coral;
in a garden setting, consider the colors of the flowers that will be present at that time of the year.

2.Season: 
Choose the color that works well depending on what season your wedding is in. Fall and winter weddings tend to feature darker, richer colors. Meanwhile in spring and summer, we see pastels, poppy and brights.

3.When you will use this colors: 
Will they be a primary part of all your decorations, marriage ceremony or just a secondary color you use when you're selecting napkins and party favors for wedding dinner reception?

4.What flatters you: 
Put yourself first while picking your wedding colors! pick one or two that you enjoy the most and incorporate them in your wedding whenever you feel it works best.

5.What mood or emotions are you trying to create:
Are you planning to have a more intimate and calm feel in your wedding or not? Vibrant colors will add drama while softer colors will create a more romantic feeling

 

6.What flower types are available at that particular time: 
What kind of flowers you’d like to have? What flower types are available for that particular time of year? Roses are available year long. Do those flowers come in the colors you’re considering? For example, while a gray and light blue wedding can be beautiful, there really aren’t a ton of blue flowers.  And there certainly aren’t gray flowers.

7.Skin tones and hair colors: 
What colors work best with YOU? Think about Your hair color, Your skin tone, and Your eye color. What colors work best with the hair colors and skin tones of your bridesmaids? 

8.Color Wheel: 
You don't need a degree from art school to pick your palette, but there are some basic principles to follow.A color wheel helps you choose coordinating colors. It is made out of three primary colors: red, blue and yellow, plus a blend of in-between colors. You could Grab Your Wedding Color Palette from Pinterest as well.

9.Don't Overthink It: 
Psychologist Gerd Gigerenzer, whose work was cited in the Malcolm Gladwell bestseller Blink, argues that we’re designed to make smart snap decisions based on limited information. In fact, his research shows that we do it all the time.