How to Nail Pantone Colour of the Year – Greenery

Greenery. I’m sure the majority of couples saw the Pantone colour of the year reveal and thought ‘what on earth?’ Whilst the wedding creatives would of dreamed up at least 5 different ways to celebrate its vibrancy and potential as a wedding colour.

Contrary to the previous year’s, joint colour’s of Rose Quartz and Serenity whose cool colours where reflective of dreamy and cool alittle like a Midsummer Nights Dream,  Greenery is a refreshing shade, Pantone themselves describe it as ‘a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew’.

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The versatility of Greenery means it can be incorporated into any season :

For Spring it can hold its own, a mixture of textured foilage and delicate white flowers such a Lily of the Valley for the perfect Spring bouquet.

For Summer why not mix with yellow or orange flowers, Gerberas and sunflowers work beautifully with the yellow-green of the shade to create a stunning vibrant displays.

For Autumn use the shade with darker blooms – berry and plum shades

Winter bouquets can be lightened with the yellow-green of the shade giving contrast to the popular darker red and burgundy shades.

Here’s some Greenery inspiration to get those wedding planning juices flowing! After all they say Green Juice is good for you 🙂

 

 

 

This shade I predict will become a florist and wedding stylists dream! Its versatility means that it will work with any colour – so have fun and embrace this gorgeous shade.

Sophie xx

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