Spring is upon us and wedding color trends are reflecting the soft pastel shades and vibrant bright hues we associate with blooming flowers, warmth and sunshine. These color trends can be used alone or in any combination as they will beautifully complement one another. In addition to Pantone’s Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid, these gorgeous shades are making their marks in the spring wedding season.
As the weather gets warmer and the seasons change, our activities shift from indoors to outdoors and the ocean is always a wonderful shade of Dazzling Blue. This color is a peppy shade of cobalt and is a brighter alternative to navy. This hue is striking and rich and is a flattering color for all shapes and sizes, ensuring that Dazzling Blue will be popular in weddings all year.
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Appropriately named after the spicy cayenne pepper, this shade of coral-red is sure to be a popular one in weddingscapes this spring. Warm and eye-catching, Cayenne adds a bright pop of color against neutral and pastel tones and looks gorgeous as a stand-alone prominent color or combined with any of the other brilliant hues trending this year.
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Blooming flowers in warm colors are the perfect indicator of spring, and Celosia Orange is no exception to this rule. This bright and spontaneous shade is a touch lighter than true orange, making it the perfect combination of warmth and energy for a springtime ceremony. Celosia Orange is a truly vivacious and stunning color that accurately reflects the joy and passion felt throughout your special day.
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Violet Tulip is the perfect counterpart to Radiant Orchid in that it is a softer and more muted shade of purple. Just a tinge darker than lavender, Violet Tulip is a beautiful color that complements any springtime wedding. Whether you are going for a rustic outdoor feel or a romantic indoor wedding, Violet Tulip is an excellent choice to use as either a pastel base or as the dominant color scheme.
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Basic neutral colors are always a flattering and timeless choice when choosing a color palette for your wedding. As this year’s spring color trends turn to softer pastels, Paloma is the most versatile shade of light grey that can easily be showcased as the primary hue or used as the neutral backdrop in a weddingscape. Paloma is a classic color that is sure to be a trend for all of 2014.
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