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Pantone Colour Of The Year 2019: How To Incorporate It Into Your Wedding

This is how to incorporate Living Coral into your big day.

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Every single year, the Queens of colour, Pantone, declare a particular colour “The Colour of the Year”. This colour is a hue that fashion, interior, beauty, product designers, and even wedding industry professionals use to help guide their decisions for the following year.

The Pantone Colour of the Year 2019 has been announced as Living Coral. As a nature-inspired hue, Living Coral is described by Pantone as, “an animating and life-affirming coral hue with a gold undertone that energises and enlivens with a softer edge.”

Luckily for us, coral has been a popular choice for weddigs for quite some time. So today, we’re sharing some inspirational images featuring the Pantone Colour of the Year 2019 as well as tips to help you incorporate this hue into your special day.

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This Is How To Use Pantone Colour Of The Year, Living Coral, In Your Wedding…


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Choose a set which features Living Coral hues on white or cream card stock, paired with pretty details in contrasting tones.


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Match this palette’s fresh feel with silk and chiffon dresses featuring swishy layers. For your wedding dress, layers of tulle provide a wow factor, while timeless details such as sleeves and a veil give it a sophisticated edge. You can also deck out your bridesmaids in an array of contrasting shades.

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You can pair Living Coral with soft grey and navy, but sage and teal also work incredible well with this shade. For the groom or men in your wedding party, we love a navy suit paired with pops of coral introduced through ties, boutonnieres or pocket squares. Perfection.


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There is an array of gorgeous blooms in coral shades, including:

  • Coral charm peonies
  • Dahlias
  • Astible
  • Hydrangeas
  • Garden roses
  • Sweet pea
  • King Protea
  • Ranunculus

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Paired with fresh foilage, these blooms pack a pretty punch! Bind your bouquet with beautiful silk, trailing ribbon in coral and contrasting shades.

Decor and cake

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For pretty little details, bring in the Living Coral shade through the tableware and tabletop stationery. We can picture tables lined with centrepieces filled to the brim with coral and peachy-hued blooms paired with lots of candlelight from mercury glass holders. For the cake, choose a gorgeous Living Coral tiered confection with details such as fresh or sugar flowers.

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Discover how you can incorporate the Pantone Colour of the Year 2019 into your wedding by booking an appointment with a consultant at The Wedding Gallery today.

By Holly Sutton

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