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Greenery is Symbolic of New Beginnings

February 7, 2017

 

The 2017 Pantone Color of the year is "Greenery" which will play an important role on floral and event design. Pairing greenery with shades of pink and gold for example will add chic and elegance to your wedding colors.

 

Which color scheme would you choose for your wedding? There are many color arrangements to choose from, but picking your wedding palette doesn't have to be overwhelming if you know what to look for. 

 

Bride's gowns come in so many colors, for example: white, off white, winter white, ivory, champagne, blush and many more these days. The color of the gown that the bride picks should flow throughout her wedding color scheme. That means: your flowers, table linens, cake decorations, centerpieces, and decorations for your reception and ceremony. 

 

To help the bride to choose her wedding color scheme, I wanted to point out some of the important elements that are involved in the decision making:

  • Bride's favorite colors

  • Colors that are most flattering to her

  • Colors that are most suitable to the time of day and how formal the wedding is going to be. Lighter colors or pastel prints are most appropriate for daytime weddings. An evening wedding calls for vivid jewel tones and contrasting colors, including combination with dark colors. However dark colors aren't strictly limited to evenings and more formal weddings. 

  • Some wedding color combinations that I see today are - grey, blush and silver; soft blush and green with a dash of champagne; peach, light purple accented with a dash of light gold.

  • The color chart can also help you envision colors put together. You can build your palette by pairing a bright, saturated color with the neutral, like eggplant and light purple(amethyst) or orchid(fuchsia), grey with sky(light blue) and ivory. This wedding color scheme below is an absolute gorgeous combination.

Happy wedding color picking!

 

 

 

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