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Pantone’s Top 12 Color Trends For Spring 2018

written by Thalia October 30, 2017

London Fashion Week came and went, which means Pantone Color Institute released their Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report! Their report featured an overview of 12 popular colors that made an appearance on the catwalk. As an added bonus, their report also featured 4 core classics that includes Sailor Blue, Habor Mist (a beautiful mid-tone gray), Warm Sand (the perfect neutral!) and Coconut Milk (a stunning off-white color). These core shades are said to be the foundation of any wardrobe and I think it applies to wedding color palettes too! I’ve gathered inspiration that highlights Pantone’s color trends along with our wholesale flowers.

Ash Rose and Spiced Apple

I saw both Ash Rose and Spiced Apple on the report and immediately paired them together! This color duo has been very popular and I think its popularity will continue over to next year. With a color palette such as this, there are so many flower options. Some of my favorites include our Amnesia Lavender Novelty Rose, Secret Garden Rose and our Burgundy Carnations. To see more of this stunning wedding click here!

Ash-Rose-and-Spiced-Apple

Nile Green and Blooming Dahlia

This has got to be the perfect Spring/Summer wedding color palette! Nile Green and Blooming Dahlia compliment each other so well! Both are so versatile and can pair well with other colors too like peach for example. It’s a perfect color palette for an outdoor wedding. Greenery such as Dusty Miller and Silver Dollar Eucalyptus (or any Eucalyptus variety) would make the perfect addition to any arrangement.

Blooming Dahlia---Nile-Green

Cherry Tomato and Palace Blue

Obsessed with this next combo! When I first saw Cherry Tomato and Palace Blue I instantly thought of this wedding! I would have never thought of pairing these two colors together but I am glad someone did! If you’re not a fan of tinted flowers but you still want blue in your wedding, try incorporating this color in your decor or your bridesmaid dresses. To see more of this winter wedding click here! Our Nina’s Love Roses, Bouvardia Red Flowers, and Red Ranunculus would all make an eye-catching addition.

Cherry Tomato - Palace Blue

Pink-Lavender and Almost-Mauve

Pastel colors (or muted colors) are no longer just for the Springtime. These soft colors are perfect for any season! I love its timeless look and its ability to mold into any theme. Whether it be a vintage themed wedding or an elegant ballroom evening event, this color combo will fit right in. Some of my favorite Pink-Lavender and Almost-Mauve flowers include Dusty Pink Carnations, Esther Light Pink Roses and our Kiss of Blush Lisianthus!

Pink-Lavender---Almost-Mauve

Lime-Punch and Ultra-Violet

If you’re needing bold and bright colors then Ultra Violet and Lime Punch might be a color duo just for you! Again,  this is another color palette I would have never thought of pairing together but I am amazed by how well these two colors look. I love the deep purple Calla Lilies with our Anastasia Spider Green Flowers. These two bold colors were balanced elegantly with Ivory Roses. Looking for more lime green flowers? We have a ton to choose from! Click here to see more.

Lime-Punch---Ultra-Violet

Meadowlark and Rapture Rose

Last but not least, is this fun and bright color palette! The inspiration I gathered included more than one shade, but it featured Rapture Rose and hints of Meadowlark. These colors are captivating and cheerful! A color palette such as this would be a great choice for a Spring wedding! Our Raspberry Pink Lisianthus, Pink Wax Flowers and Merlot Alstroemeria would all make great choices for Rapture Rose. For Meadowlark, I’d recommend our Pear Green Hypericum Berries, Green Mini Lisianthus and Bells of Ireland.

Meadowlark and Rapture Rose

Do you have a favorite? Let me know in the comments below! And don’t forget to Shop by Color at FiftyFlowers.com to find Flowers in All your Favorite Colors!

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