PANTONE®’s recent announcement of the new IN colors for Fall has brides seeing deep jewel tones and richer shades that add a touch of warmth to their wedding color options.
Only one shade stays with us for both spring and fall: that would be PANTONE®’s color of the year, Emerald, a shimmering stunner in any season. Emerald also happens to be one of the most valuable and expensive gemstones, so in our financially-crunched world, perhaps brides see Emerald as a pop of color with a message of opulence, extravagance, royal inspiration, and celebrity style.
PANTONE®’s color expert suggests pairing Acai with Emerald for luxury and elegance, and Mykonos Blue (a name that befittingly evokes thoughts of the Greek islands) and Linden Green’s soft shade, and even suggests adding a dash of Emerald to that combination. And for brides who love pink, Vivacious’s ‘wildly deep fuchsia’ adds that jewel of a shade for what PANTONE® call’s ‘sensuality.’
Perfect Wedding Guide is providing a free e-book on creating your signature style by using the right colors. Here’s some more information:
Weddings have come a long way from traditional white and ivory. From hot pink wedding gowns to splashes of bold-colored lights shining on the walls, no color is off limits on your wedding day!
But how do you know which color goes well with another color? How many colors are too many? Which color should you choose? In this free eBook, Wedding Color: Creating Your Signature Style, we’ll help you find the perfect palette for your wedding, and share the hottest colors for 2012 that brides across the country are adopting for their wedding day style.