Pantone Colors for Your Wedding

Pantone colorsColors have always inspired us. They evoke feelings, provoke memories, and activate the imagination. The experts at the Pantone Color Institute have always understood the power of color, and their annual list of the trending Pantone colors is highly anticipated by designers, decorators – and yes, florists! As we prepare couples for their 2017 wedding ceremonies, these colors provide the inspiration they need to visualize the most beautiful florals and bouquets.

If you are planning a Fort Worth wedding for next year, now is the time to set up a consultation with the experts at Gordon Boswell Flowers. We’ll show you how to take these amazing and popular colors, and transform them into wedding flowers that will make a gorgeous impression. Pantone colorsComing in at the top of the list is Pantone’s Color of the Year, Greenery. This verdant shade embodies all the renewal of spring and can be found in blossoms such as green cymbidium orchids, green hydrangea, and Fuji mums.  This versatile color also pairs well with nearly every other color on the list – but can be especially striking with Pink Yarrow, a hot pink shade that is visually exciting and eye-catching and can be displayed with gerbera daisies, roses or calla lilies.

The report proves that blues will definitely be trending in 2017, with three shades taking up their share of the 10 spots. Island Paradise is a serene aqua, Niagara was inspired by the comfort of your favorite denim, and Blue Lapis presents a deep, saturated hue. Look for the unique addition of blue to floral arrangements and wedding bouquets, through the usage of delphinium, iris, and blue hydrangea.

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One of the most romantic shades of the new season is Pale Dogwood, a subtle pink that infuses your color palette with a vintage feel; add roses in neutral Hazelnut for a truly traditional arrangement. Pantone colors

Vibrant, bright colors are inspiring brides all over the Fort Worth area this year, from the aforementioned Pink Yarrow to the energetic Flame, a vivid orange. Yellow Primrose, Greenery, and Blue Lapis make for a brilliant spring bouquet your guests won’t soon forget. pantone colorsWhat inspires you? The floral designers at Gordon Boswell Florists invite you to collect your inspirations, ideas, and visions and come in for a consultation. We’ll work together to create the bridal bouquets, ceremony flowers and venue decor you’ve always dreamed of. This season, it’s all about the color!

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