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Pantone Color Palette: Kindred Spirits

written by Thalia Basulto December 12, 2017

Today I am sharing one of eight color palettes Pantone created using the Color of the Year, Ultra Violet! In each palette, you will find an array of metallics, brights pastels, deeper hues, and mid-tones. Pantone said each palette conveys its own feeling and mood. All of the palettes created can cross-over to fashion, accessories, interior design and more.  Pantone describes this color palette as such: “Sitting side by side on the color wheel, this palette of like-minded hues with their spirited good humor and playful exuberance makes for easy and engaging color mixes.” 

When I first saw this palette, I thought of all the floral possibilities and the different ways you could use these shades. I can’t help but look at this as a potential wedding color palette. With a trans-seasonal palette like this, you don’t have to stress about finding the right bridesmaid dresses, flowers or accent pieces. Check out the inspiration below and some of our product recommendations.  Pantone strongly encourages everyone to imagine, explore and invent!

Sources: Bridesmaid monochromatic bouquet, Watercolor invitationsPurple HydrangeaBerry Lace Garden RoseViolet Twilight Tulips,  Strawberry Blossom Scabiosa,  Purple Haze Lavender Rose, Bridesmaids mix and match dresses, Lilac grey and gold tablescape, Succulent garland, Agate place cards, Powder Pink Garden Rose, Purple Larkspur, Ombre Purple Kale, Grape Purple Enhanced Succulent, Veronica Purple Flower, Lavender bridal bouquet, and Modern wedding cake.

What are your thoughts on Kindred Spirits? Tell us in the comments below! Also, if you haven’t checked out our Pantone Color of the Year 2018: Ultra Violet then be sure to do so!

4 comments

Kristen December 13, 2017 at 11:52 am

Love this color theme! Is that real gold leaf on the cake? Too pretty to eat!

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Thalia December 13, 2017 at 12:43 pm

Hi Kristen, I agree this wedding cake is too pretty to eat! Not sure if it’s real gold leaf though.

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Kayla Weaver December 12, 2017 at 12:19 pm

Where are the agate slices from? LOVE them!

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Thalia December 12, 2017 at 3:13 pm

Hi Kayla, thanks for reaching out! They are from an Etsy shop called Golden Hour Paper Co. You can find the shop here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/543044268/agate-slice-place-cards-agate-escort?ref=shop_home_active_1 🙂

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