So Valentines has been and gone and we look forward to the next reason to celebrate, and one of my favourites….. pancake day!!
Weddings are much the same as this…. following trends and festivals and one in particular which will heavily influence the wedding trends of 2019 and beyond is Pantone’s Colour of the Year.
Once released it always causes a frenzy between wedding stylists and planners as they take in the new tone(s) and start to include these in their future plans.
So here’s the definitive guide to Pantone Colour of the Year 2019: Living Coral.
An animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge – Pantone 2019
Living coral is a vibrant yet versatile shade that can be styled across the four seasons, working equally well with feminine pastel florals for spring, as a stand alone colour to complement the sunshine of summer as well as deeper tones and berry shades for autumn whilst providing a pop of colour with the darkest of blacks for winter.
Have a look at our Pinterest collection for more ideas of how to incorporate this wonderful shade into your wedding planning:
So whenever your day is, this gorgeous shade can work with all colour’s across the seasons. Enjoy!!
Like all those eagerly awaiting a birth announcement; artists, stylists and creatives everywhere have been waiting for Pantone Colour Institute to release the Colour of the Year 2018.
Since the announcement was made the Wedding industry seems to be evenly split over whether they love or hate this shade…. and I’m definitely on the love side of this fence.
As a self confessed purple fiend I actually jumped for joy at this announcement! Now I’m not saying go all out and violet your day – did any of you see the house on Rightmove that went viral on social media that was beautiful on the outside but everything inside was this shade (and I mean everything!) if you didn’t you can find it here
According to Pantone:
Inventive and imaginative, Ultra Violet lights the way to what is yet to come.
Well, I like the sound of that, don’t you?
Personally I find it’s a colour with soul – a great hue to mix up any palette and pretty versatile too blending equally well with pastels or brights in shades of pinks and lilacs as it does with the cooler palettes of blues and green – even adding in a secondary pop of colour such as yellow or orange this tone can still hold its own.
Wondering how to incorporate this colour into your styling, whether your after a bold colour scheme or looking for a deep accent colour, here’s some inspiration for you: