If you love fashion, one phrase “The Pantone colors” can make you feel a variety of emotions: from pleasant excitement (‘I wonder what awaits us this season’) to anger (‘Everything is all the same colour at the store!’). Of course there is no sense in following all the recommendations of the Pantone Color Institute, but you can use them wisely as inspiration for wedding decor to make your wedding trendy and modern.
A muted and eye-pleasing pink shade was the Pantone color of the year in 2016 — it was Rose Quartz. This season we see a slightly warmer shade called Rose Tan. The color of sun-kissed skin, strawberry yogurt and the most beautiful variety of roses was used in the wedding decoration below. This was an elegant wedding dinner for 50 people with fresh flowers in warm pastel shades and crystal.
In fall and winter we are often attracted to darker colors, and you can see it through wedding decor as well. See one of the trendiest Pantone colors called Magenta Purple that features in this wedding. A purple tablecloth is complemented by dark and bright florals. You can also notice other Pantone colors that are used — the brick red Fired Brick, the piercing orange Amberglow, and the delicate Peach Nougat.
This bold and bright color is a real challenge for decorators. It takes courage to organically fit explosive yellow into the interior of a classic mansion. In this project, splashes of the color “Green Sheen” from the Pantone palette, were combined with dusty pink, white and cream.