Wedding Color Ideas Inspired by the 2017 Pantone Shade: Greenery
We are green with envy over some of these florals.
It's that time of year that design lovers around the world await excitedly, curious to see what color trends will be popular in next season's fashion, interiors, furniture lines, and even weddings. The recent release of Pantone's Spring 2017 Fashion Color Report doesn't disappoint in bringing more wedding trends with it. Greenery is officially in the line-up, and since we've been loving the trend toward all hues of fresh and friendly greens, we have no doubt we'll be seeing a lot of green wedding color palettes in the coming months.
Pantone describes 15-0343 Greenery as, "Bringing forth a refreshing take, Greenery is a tangy yellow-green that speaks to our need to explore, experiment, and reinvent. Illustrative of flourishing foliage, the fertile attributes of Greenery signals one to take a deep breath, oxygenate, and reinvigorate." We're pretty sure that any color that signals a deep breath on your wedding day is probably a good idea to incorporate into the color palette.
From floral designs to cake ideas to small accessories, we're talking all things Greenery in the wedding trends department. Whether you decide to take the au natural approach and fill your wedding day with wild greens, or if you go with a literal translation and take Greenery into your printed materials, here are a few ideas to get you started.
When trendsetter Erin Fetherson married Gabe Saporta in Barbados, her wedding color palette featured lots of whites and neutrals with pops of Greenery. Even the backdrop of her bridal portraits was fresh and foliage centric.
Never overlook the necessity of a good old-fashioned bespoke detail at a wedding. These sweet handkerchiefs were hand-embroidered for the mothers and grandmothers, incorporating Greenery at every turn of the stitch.
Adorning a cake with flowers is always a great idea, and these hellebores hues are perfectly fit for the Greenery look you're going for.
Parrot tulips paired with fern fronds perfectly depict the Greenery hue that's light and airy. A whiff of this bouquet would surely be reinvigorating after a long day of festivities.
Pop of Greenery
This gorgeous invitation suite, designed by Rock Paper Scissors, incorporates a magnolia paper inner envelope. The touch of Greenery in this case brings the whole invitation set to life.
By creating a Greenery archway into the ceremony area, this couple was able to add a soft formality to the lawn where they exchanged their vows.
Why have cake at the party when you can take it to go and enjoy it in your hotel room? These cute custom cake boxes used a pop of Greenery to brighten up the wood container.
When all other surfaces seem covered in the design process, don't forget to look up. Lighting design can make a strong impact on the overall aesthetic of a space, and this chandelier dripping in Greenery is a solid display of experimentation gone right.
Secret Indoor Garden
If Greenery is a color that reinvents, this space is hitting that target. For a truly green wedding approach, this couple brought the outdoors inside their clearspan tent with various bright green plants and trees.
As Greenery is one of those colors that can range from a lemony hue to something quite a bit darker, it's a great color for creating a monochromatic setting.
These yellow-green and white boutonnieres are a bright and cheerful look for groomsmen lapels.
Golds and Greenery
As in the case of this beautiful centerpiece, Greenery is perhaps best accented by metallics, neutrals, and whites. Adding gold makes the setting seem a little extra glamorous.
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