The wedding industry "went crazy" with excitement when Pantone introduced a new it color – Living Coral. Pinterest has been flooded with various ideas in this color overnight, and our Instagram feed has been packed with this nuance since it was publicly posted.
What is Pantone and why does their choice matter? In short, Pantone is an American company that has existed since the 1950s. At first they were engaged in print, and later expanded to other categories. Their color spectra, and various systems whose focus is on colors, are the reason for their popularity and respectability in the rest of the world.
Subsequently, their colors from print, also passed into colors for the interior and exterior of space, which explains why interior designers have an incredible respect for this company.
Since 2000, they have been representing the color of the year, although at first this sounds like an innocuous task, Pantone with numerous world partners pays incredible attention in choosing.
Given that they are globally popular in the world of interiors and prints, it is not at all surprising that the wedding industry is eagerly awaiting their selection.
In their publication of inspiration for Living coral, there was also a Croatian name, it's about Dblog and read more about everything at the link: https://www.dblog.hr/interijeri/pantone-je-objavio-boju-2019-godine/
But back to the weddings. Living coral fits into any style, although in my humble opinion it works best in a modern, boho style, and I think it would fit perfectly in relaxed Mediterranean locations as well. It's a great choice if you want to pick up your arrangements in one unusual way.
Given that we can't influence the exact shade of the flower, Living coral is applied in multiple shades when it comes to weddings. With the choice of flowers should be careful and ready to compromise. There is no infinite number of species that come in this shade, and in agreement with the florist should determine with what to combine this color with to get the desired result. For example, by combining with bright colors e.g. yellow, you can expect one perfect boho result. By combining with greenery, you can achieve a botanical/jungle/rustic look, depending on the type of greenery used. In combination with white and greens such as eucalyptus you can achieve a classic look, and in combination with white, green + darker tones (eg dark purple) you achieve a very interesting luxurious look.
In addition to the floral decorations themselves, Living coral can also be seen on invitations, thank you notes, table numbers, guest lists.... Some designers go so far as to look for the perfect candle shade that they could fit into this style.
Remember, in the world of weddings, it is not essential to blindly follow trends, but these trends help some brides understand what exactly they want. We are excited about Living Coral, because I think we could create an unusual and unique design for each bride.
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