• Cait O'Malley

How to Incorporate Pantone's Spring 2017 Color Trends Into Your Wedding

Spring is just a couple short months away, which means it's time to start putting the finishing details on your wedding aesthetics.

Back in September, Pantone released their Spring 2017 Color Report, and it is full of vibrant, offbeat colors. This report is going to mark a turning point for weddings, as people step away from the romantic creams and blush tones, in favour of more daring colours and textures.

After organics and nature inspired themes took over the wedding world, it's no surprise that Pantone predicted Greenery as the colour of the year, arguably featuring Kale as a close runner up. I am confident that the floral shops are currently stocking up on all things foliage right now, as they get ready to see a spike in organic bouquets, garlands and even hairpieces.

While the green tones will most assuredly be taking over all things floral, I think it will actually be the blues that take over the decor. I am absolutely loving Pantone's blue toned colours of Island Paradise and Niagara, and am ready to bet that we are about to see it all over the wedding world. Say goodbye to the old rule, 'blue and green should never be seen' and get ready to fall in love with the dream pairing of some of Pantone's hottest 2017 colours!

No idea how to incorporate these into your wedding aesthetics? Here are a few of my favourites:

Greenery Garland Table Runner

Greenery Floral Garland

Photo by Brittany Smyth Photography

Green Bridesmaid Dress

Green Bridesmaid Dress

Photo by Laura Kelly Photography

Blue on Blue Table Setting

Blue Wedding Table Setting

Photo by Laura Kelly Photography

Bonus colour: Centrepieces and Macarons in Pantone's Pink Yarrow

Pink Yarrow Macarons and Flowers

Photo by Brittany Smyth Photography

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