Spring Wedding Colors According to Pantone

spring weddingFrom shades that are vibrant to those that are organically earthy – the Pantone Institute’s  top 10 colors for the spring of 2017 evoke the feeling of being surrounded by nature. The Fashion Color Report provides a list compiled from top fashion designers’ choices in their new collections – and is considered to be the industry’s authority on trending palettes. Those planning a spring wedding can look to this list for guidance as to the hottest colors of the season, and is varied enough to give every bride a choice. Once you have chosen your color scheme, the wedding planning experts at Al’s Florist will have recommendations as to how to best represent through flowers.

Although all of these colors will be popular this year, the experts have chosen Greenery as their Color of the Year for 2017! Greenery is a vivid yellow-green seen in orchids, mums, and green hydrangea.
Thispring weddings year’s choices range from subtle to bold. For instance, Pale Dogwood is a soft and romantic shade of pink, while Pink Yarrow is an energetic and adventurous version of hot pink.  There are three versions of blue in this year’s lineup, giving brides an opportunity for uniquely beautiful flowers in their bouquets and centerpieces. Island Paradise is a pale aqua color, Niagara is classic denim shade that speaks to ultimate ease and relaxation, and Lapis Blue channels intense color which pairs seamlessly with Pink Yarrow for a vibrant spring bouquet without rival.

Many of this year’s colors blend well together, as the addition of Primrose Yellow proves. The addition of the two shades of green only adds to the familiar palette of Mother Nature herself.

Whether your spring wedding style is soft and romantic, or bold and colorful – this list has the hottest trending colors for every bride. Schedule an appointment with one of Al’s Florist’s professional designers to discuss how to incorporate the most dramatic flowers into your color scheme, while keeping you within budget. This spring, it is all about natural beauty, and we’ve got the flowers to prove it.