Fall may have just begun, but we're already thinking about Spring! Pantone has released their top colors for Spring 2015; the theme is "En Plein Air" ("in the open air") and the soft, watery hues are oh-so-lovely. Here are our 10 favorite hues, plus tips for making them work in your wedding.
1. Lucite Green
Get out your jadeite cake stands! This minty color is just made for a vintage-inspired wedding.
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2. Scuba Blue
This vibrant and playful shade is lovely with bright white and radiant orchid at a modern or beach wedding.
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3. Toasted Almond
This warm and comforting color looks lovely with metallics, creamy shades of white and ivory, and loads of touchable textures.
Photo by Simply Bloom Photography on Wedding Chicks.
This dark gray may feel masculine, but you can give it a feminine touch by pairing it with lavender and pink.
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5. Classic Blue
Some colors are classic for a reason. This versatile hue will work just as well for a traditional wedding as it will for a quirky, modern affair.
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This lush deep green lends itself perfectly to a modern organic vibe, especially in floral arrangements.
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We love this cool and calming color paired with peach and green.
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8. Lavender Herb
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9. Strawberry Ice
This charming color is oh-so-flattering! We love it for florals and bridesmaids gowns.
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This fresh and perky color is lovely for spring bridal showers.
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