Wedding colour palettes are less about just matching colours and more about evoking a certain mood, and to tie the look of your decor. After unveiling Living Coral as the Colour of The Year at the start of 2019, Pantone has announced not just one hue but four colour palettes that are setting the tone for weddings in the year ahead.
A partnership between the Pantone Color Institute and Wedding Wire, see the four fresh colour combinations to inspire your own wedding day palette.
1) Love In Bloom
If your wedding aesthetic leans more towards softer and more romantic tones, this botanical-inspired colour palette is one to consider. With a soothing scheme that sees pastel pinks, almond and rose, punctuated with fuchsia, an earthy green and a dusty purple, it recalls a beautiful garden in Spring.
2) Golden Hour
Think the colours of a fiery sunset that runs the gamut from a sandy gold hue to a rich reddish brown and vivid orange shades. Any nature-inspired fete (less garden, more desert or boho vibes) would look lovely in this collection of colours.
3) Paradise Found
If your idea of paradise includes lively, unexpected hues like a squeeze of citrus paired with teal that jazzes up any beach wedding. But you don't have to limit it to seaside affairs. This works just as well for a chic cafe reception.
4) Stroke of Midnight
An injection of bold fuchsia shakes things up and takes navy blue, grays and a rich purple (traditional and royal hues) on a fun, modern spin. We'd run with this to shake up a formal or black-tie ballroom affair, or for a glamorous outdoor soiree.