Every year, the color experts Pantone release their Color of the Year, taking inspiration from the trends and fashion of the past 12 months. Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2019, Living Coral, couldn’t be more perfect for destination weddings. This vibrant hue pairs beautifully with a backdrop of lush green palms and the turquoise blue sea.
To celebrate this year’s color, we compiled all the different ways that you can incorporate this tropical shade into your big day in destination.
Wedding day florals
Bride and groom accessories
Add a pop of color to your wedding day look by incorporating Living Coral into your day-of accessories! Brides can paint their nails Living Coral – a flattering hue on all skin tones – or accessorize with vibrantly colorful pair of shoes or a clutch. Grooms can accessorize with Living Coral by wearing a shirt, tie or pocket square in the bright shade.
Looking for a unique way to feature Living Coral in your wedding day? Have the resort bartenders make signature cocktails for your big day using Pantone’s Color of the Year. Drinks can easily be made in Living Coral hues using different fruit juices like grapefruit, watermelon and blood orange; plus, Campari liquor in a red color and grenadine syrup.
Wedding party outfits
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Living Coral is a flattering color for dresses and shirts alike, making it the perfect choice for your bridesmaid or groomsmen outfits! Bridesmaids can all wear the same dress in Living Coral or show off their individual personality with different silhouettes in the same color. Groomsmen can go all out and wear a Living Coral hued suit, or incorporate accents of the color into their outfit with a pocket square or tie.
Invitations and stationary
Invite your family and friends to celebrate your big day with you using Living Coral colored save the dates and invitations! You can order invitations from most major retailers in Pantone’s Color of the Year or design your own online. Continue the Living Coral hued stationary throughout your destination wedding week by using the color in your itineraries, place cards, ceremony signage and more.