Spring is quickly approaching us and this season, we’re all about incorporating bright, lively accent colors into our palette.
This spring we are adoring the 2019 PANTONE color of the year, Living Coral.
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We’re expecting to see lots of this vibrant coral in everything from bright centerpieces and vivid florals, to interior design and fashion.
Incorporating Living Coral within your centerpieces this spring is a great way to add a pop of color and bring to life any table. Some of our favorite ways to add this bold hue to centerpieces is by including brightly colored peonies to floral arrangements or incorporating colored taper candles for a romantic and whimsical centerpiece. We are seeing the fruit centerpiece trend everywhere this spring and what better way to integrate coral into your tables than peaches!
Spring is the season of blooming florals and vibrant colors, so what better way to bring Living Coral into your world this season than flowers! This gorgeous color can be complimented with shades of cream and blush pink to create a pop of color on any table or floral arrangement. Peonies are the perfect spring flower to create a spectacular floral arrangement with this hue.
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Want to liven up your living space this spring? Adding some eye-catching, energetic, coral textiles into your home this season is an excellent way decorate your space with Living Coral. Simply add some colored throw pillows or a throw blanket to tie this stunning color into your interior design. Adding some fresh coral towels into your kitchen or bathroom is functional yet trendy way to brighten up living space.
Photo from LaranBijiou Etsy Shop
Brightly colored tassel earrings are a huge trend right now in the fashion industry and we are in love with using these statement accessories to add a pop of color to any outfit. Pair these earrings with a simple top and jeans and you instantly have a put-together, fun and trendy outfit!
We are excited to see how our brides will incorporate Living Coral into their lives this spring.