Whether or not you have a destination wedding, you can bring the tropics into your embiance. Palms and Monstera leaves can be used as a grounding backdrop to a bouquet, a unique element of a tablescape, or a sculptural take on ceremony florals. The rich warmth of the greens adds a lush look to any room.
Pantone Living Coral
Coral has always been an idyllic spring hue, but Pantone's color of the year is a soft, romantic take instead of a bright and daring. Feminine and pretty, it is versatile enough to work in a beachy seascape or among a meadow of flowers.
There's no need to choose a single color or to rely on solids when you can have it all. A whimsical bride can choose from abstract prints, geometric patterns, or quirky florals for herself or for bridesmaids. Rules don't apply if it makes your heart sing!
Acrylic accents can be used for just about anything, from table numbers, signage, decor, and stationary. Being clear, it can be mixed and matched with any color, and it can be written on, painted on, or printed on. If you want a sleek, modern vibe, lucite is a must.
Lace gowns are a tale as old as time, but oversized, embroidered lace appliques are a new spin on the tried-and-true classic. Especially when the appliques are strategically placed, they can add a sexy touch to an otherwise sweet look.
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