For the couple who doesn’t shy away from color, why not go all out with bold, brilliant hues. Magenta, chartreuse, and ice blue work surprisingly well when paired with bright white. To keep your wedding theme from looking too loud, focus on one bright color as your main hue, and use the other colors as accents in the details.
If you’re planning an early autumn wedding, but still want to keep the bright feel of summer, Pantone Aurora Red is your color match. For stunning impact, play up this vibrant hue by pairing it with colors of equal intensity, like fuchsia, vermillion, and magenta.
Pantone Royal Blue is one of those timeless colors that works no matter what your personal theme and wedding style will be. Whether you opt for classic and luxurious, or modern and artistic, you’ll be able to use this vivid hue throughout your wedding and make a stunning impact.
We used the lemon to coral to mauve gradation in this wedding invite to inspire every detail of today’s ombré mood board. Find creative ways to incorporate this trend throughout your entire event for a romantic, artistic feel.
For a fall wedding, Pantone Cypress has just the right amount of sophistication and elegance for a botanical theme. Think lush garden foliage paired with romantic fabric draping in an outdoor atmosphere.
If you’re planning a seaside wedding, aim for an easy, breezy feel at your ceremony and reception, to complement your beautiful location. For a light and airy feel that works well in a beachy environment, use pale cool tones paired with crisp white.
If you’re planning an end of Summer wedding, Pantone Sangria might be just the color for you. We love the pairing of this exotic deep pink with bright orange blooms and gold accents, as seen in our Vibrant Blossoms invite below.