. . . especially for wedding flowers.
Allow us to explain. Color powerhouse Pantone released its choice for Color of the Year back in December, and it’s an easy one to embrace: Living Coral is a bright, fresh, modern hue. Just a touch of it in the home creates a bright, invigorated feeling, but when you bring it into a bridal bouquet or floral scheme for a wedding? It really elevates the look overall. In fact, an abundance of flowers come in that spunky, uplifting coral palette, among them roses, daisies, chrysanthemum, and ranunculus . . . and that’s just the start of it. Pantone’s pick is a beginning point for infusing your year with new color and new energy. We’re fans of the entire coral-to-peach palette, whose range you can see below:
You can read Pantone’s take on this vibrant color here, but Billy Heroman’s Weddings encourages you to find a way to build this dreamy hue into your wedding plans. As radiant alongside lighter colors as it is mixed with darker, moodier ones, we see Living Coral as a shade for all seasons. It can be blended or stand on its own, a “life-affirming” choice no matter where and how you use it.