Ideas for Your Wedding Flowers inspired by Pantone Colours of 2017
Pantone, the worldwide colour specialists, release their colour of the year, every year. This colour of the year usually set the tone that inspires wedding trends, wedding flowers, design and fashion for the year ahead.
This year, they have chosen greenery, as the official colour of the year and alongside greenery, also released their colour report for spring 2017 that comprises of greenery, pale dogwood, niagara, flame, pink yarrow, hazelnut and a host of other colours.
Colour plays such an important part in your wedding decor and the fine folks at FTD have handpicked the Pantone spring colours that are most apt for weddings. To give you creative ideas for your own wedding flowers and how to incorporate this popular trend into your wedding decor.
Here’s Alexandria Heinz of the international bespoke floral company – FTD, to tell us more.
The combination of soft delicate hues like pale dogwood and hazelnut, contrasted with the striking bold colours of pink yarrow and primrose yellow are so reminiscent of the spring season. Signifying a time of calm tranquility with bursts of colour.
Wedding flowers are great for incorporating your favourite colours from the Pantone range into your wedding decor. FTD have created these mood boards of wedding flowers as creative inspiration, just for you. I’m sure they will give you lots of ideas for your own wedding flowers!
Greenery, the Pantone 2017 Colour of the Year is a vibrant take on a classic colour. It’s bright yellow-green hue is inspired by the spring season, which symbolizes new beginnings and fertility.
Bold and bright, Pink Yarrow is tropical and tantalizing. According to Pantone, it is a colour that captivates your attention and continues to stimulate your senses. It is a great colour that can add a touch of drama and boldness to your wedding.
Pale Dogwood is a soft hue of pink (think blush pink) that represents peace and tranquility. According to Pantone, this colour symbolizes innocence and purity, making it appropriate for weddings.
Vibrant and positive, Primrose Yellow is an optimistic colour that is perfect for spring. Also known for its tranquility, it is a colour that can uplift the spirits of those who see it and what better time to see it than at your wedding.
Warm and earthy, Hazelnut is a colour that is reminiscent of nature. It’s warmth and neutrality allows this colour to be easily incorporated into any season.
So, there you have it. Pantone Spring 2017 colours to inspire your wedding flowers this year. Thanks to Alexandria of FTD for sharing these boards.
If you need help putting together your ideas board for your big day then get in touch, I’d love to help.