The Spring 2013 Pantone Color report surprisingly fits the whimsical wedding trends that are predicted for this spring’s weddings. These punchy colors make up a fashion-forward combo that captures the eye’s attention. If you are planning on making your wedding flowers for a spring wedding, keep these beautiful colors in mind for making a bold statement. The Pantone Color reports are great inspiration for DIY wedding flowers and wedding color scheme. Visit their site to make your own color palettes!
Photo by Nicole Chan Photography featured on Style Unveiled.
The bouquet above combines yellow billy balls; blue spray tinted hydrangeas, yellow celosia, and greenery to bring the green and blue Pantone colors together. The yellows, blues, and greens combine to create a bold, whimsical arrangement with an edgy feel. These color are perfect for a bright spring event!
This bouquet of peach lisianthus, peach garden roses, orange ranunculus and blue delphinium breath draw on the pale tones in the Pantone Spring Color Palette. This exciting combo is eye-pleasing, balanced, and yet unique. Pale colors combined with one punchy color (like the yellow in this bouquet) create a visual focal point in your bouquet and blend to create a comprehensive style.
Photo by Kristen Nicole Photography florals by Beautiful Blooms by Jen
These beautiful deep and bright colors translate into beautiful tones of elegance for a wedding at any time of the year. The red protea, orange dendrobium orchids, purple lisianthus, and red dahlias create an ambiance of sophistication.
These fantastic floral designers and Pantone colors give DIY’ers the perfect color inspirations for our very own weddings and bouquets.
What color combinations would you put together with this colors palette? Are there colors that you think will be more popular in spring 2013 that we missed? Please share your ideas; we would love to hear them!