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 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.
This week’s color, Pantone Mauve Mist, is a hue that would work equally well for a summer or fall wedding. The toned down pink with a hint of lavender, looks fresh and airy when paired with whites and crisp green, or can be more subdued when paired with a palette of deep neutrals.
Planning a fall wedding? Take a cue from our Pantone Aluminum Inspiration Board and set the tone for an elegant affair, which begins with your save the date cards. Aluminum—one of Pantone’s Top 10 Colors for Fall 2014—carries solid weight as a sophisticated silvery shade.
A cross between gray and silver, it adds an understated polish that will catch the eye—as any save the date card should do—and allows the bride and groom to be the stars. This futuristic neutral will shine, maintain its steely edge or establish a timeless mood as needed. From small details to large swashes, Aluminum hints at the wedding to come and opens to the possibilities of artful combinations in the suite that follows.
Pantone has released their Fall 2014 Color Report, and we are pleased to bring you new on-trend wedding inspiration. We’re starting off with a focus on Aluminum, a neutral stainless steel hue.
Pantone Comfrey, a muted, mossy jade, is the perfect green shade to use when playing up natural tones at your wedding. Whimsical touches, like the dragonfly motif in this invitation, will complement a fairytale forest ambiance.