How Pantone's 2017 Colour of The Year Was Used in Wedding Flowers
This year has flown by so quickly, we can't believe that 2017 is nearly over! This year, there were lots of lush greenery in wedding arrangements and florals! It's no wonder that 'Greenery', is Pantone's 2017 Color of the Year. Greenery (the colour, as well as the actual greens!) and florals go together like wine and cheese.
We are so excited to share with you Lime Tree Bower's couples who incorporated 'Greenery' in their wedding colour palette, each with their own bespoke styles, adding in touches of 2017 Pantone colour pairings.
Greenery: 2017 Pantone Colour of the Year
Greenery Colour Pairings
Pantone released beautiful colour pairings that go well with 'greenery', and how clever that our newly weds picked them for their wedding colour palette!
Somp's wedding colour palette had beautiful purples and lavender. Just like the Analogous colour pairings, we loved the sweetness of it all!
Grand Canyon Palette
Edith's bridal party dresses, and the bouquets had highlights of the Grand Canyon colour palette. A little hint goes a long way!
Moody Blooms Palette
The moody blooms colour palette mixes bolds and brights, where reds and plums go so well together. Jess's bouquet is so full of colour, it almost looks like a rainbow; while Millie and Andrew's reception featured lots of textured floral that drew out the purple tones!
Deep Rooted Palette
A recent wedding of Sivan and Michael's featured a pop of colour teamed with the earthy tones of the Deep Rooted palette. Be daring and use coloured vases to compliment the colour scheme!
Calm It Down Palette
This pastel colour palette has dainty colours, all throughout Rachel's bridal bouquet. How amazing and lush do these blooms look with the ribbons?
These cool tone colours make Astrid's cascade bouquet look exquisite! What a perfect idea to incorporate "something blue" into a wedding!
How versatile is the colour 'greenery'? It suits so many different styles, and you can never go wrong with greenery! Which colour pairing is your favourite? We are so excited to find out Pantone's 2018 Colour of the Year!