-Pantone's color of 2014 was "Radiant Orchid", a shade of purple created for the royals. So, it's no surprise that "Mauve", a member of the purple family is trending! The color is such a versatile, romantic shade and we love the infinite possibilities. Mix the hue with deeper shades of red, sparkling golds or bring in the epitome of royal romanticism, and combine the color with a midnight blue or let it compliment the ever inspiring elegance of black. Whatever the choice, one thing is clear, the shade is beautiful and simplistic, a picture of fall perfection.
- The cold months bring in snow, sleet and sub zero temperatures, perfect for the bride who wants to celebrate her love in an ice palace. But, that doesn't mean the brides who are more privy to warmth, are out of luck. "Cranberry" is the jewel tone of "fire", "passion" and of course, "love". The hue has made its rounds throughout the seasons, but, it's place has always been during winter. Pair it with silver, black, gold, or a lighter shade of another color and you'll have a wedding that flows seamlessly through these colder months.
- It's vintage, romantic, light and beautiful. And winter is where this shade truly shines. The essence of "Rose Gold" lies within the multitude of its hues such as strings of pink, gold, bronze and white in order to help create the beauty of the shade. These undertones give the color the ability to be matched with others flawlessly, used as an accent or full throttle as a signature. It's an airy,blushed, classic shade used all year but, pair it with blues, winter white or another trending hue of 2014, and it becomes one of the most unique colors to use during this snowy season.
- What's winter without ice? During these cold months, it's never a shocker that this color makes such a heavy appearance. We've seen brides place the color as their signature, designing their dress and venue decor around the shade or use it as an accent and just have it sprinkled throughout the reception. Either way, if you're out to have a wedding centered around the coldest months, "ice blue" is the one color that will keep guests shivering, in a good way.
Hey, the cold never bothered us anyway ;)