Friday, September 19, 2014

Wedding Invitations Featuring Pantone's Custard

Pantone's Custard is a soft butter-yellowish color that's delectable, cheerful, and relaxing just like the comfort food it's named after.   This shade makes an ideal member of a spring/summer wedding color palette.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Edible Wedding Favors: Packaged Pretty

Edible wedding favors are the quickest way to your guests' hearts.  Here are pretty ways to package treats, whether homemade or store-bought.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Pantone Spring 2015 Nail Colors

With Butter London's exquisite nail lacquers, it's easy to find a shade to match most anything.  The shades below reflect Pantone's Spring 2015 color spectrum.

Nail Lacquer
Row 1: Petticoat :: Scallywag :: Fiver
Row 2: Royal Navy :: Crumpet :: Dahling
Row 3: Brick Lane :: Cheeky Chops :: Shag
Row 4: Bobby Dazzler

Pantone Color
Row 1: Aquamarine :: Scuba Blue :: Lucite Green
Row 2: Classic Blue :: Toasted Almond :: Strawberry Ice
Row 3: Tangerine :: Custard :: Marsala
Row 4: Glacier Gray

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Wedding Invitations Featuring Pantone's Strawberry Ice

As cool as the name suggests but with the warmth and charm of strawberries, Pantone's Strawberry Ice is a lovely dichotomy.    Your spring/summer wedding invitations will welcome this lovely shade of pink.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Music Inspired Wedding Theme

A music inspired wedding theme will encourage guests to dance the night away at your reception.   Piano keys, music notes and vinyl records are ideal decorating elements.

Piano :: Aisle Runner :: Music Note Bottle Opener Favors :: Floral Centerpiece on Record :: Music Note Place Card Holders :: Cake

Friday, September 12, 2014

Wedding Invitations Featuring Pantone's Tangerine

As part of Pantone's Spring 2015 line-up, Tangerine is a more subtle orange than Tangerine Tango but still spontaneous and gregarious.    It's a gorgeous, season-less hue.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Wedding Invitations Featuring Pantone's Toasted Almond

Pantone's Toasted Almond for Spring 2015 will give a timeless and organic feel to your wedding invitations.    It's a warm suntanned neutral with a sense of authenticity.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Wedding Invitations Featuring Pantone's Aquamarine

Want to add a shade to your wedding color palette that's as tranquil as water? Aquamarine is a member of Pantone's Spring 2015 collection and is just the ticket.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Wedding Invitations Featuring Pantone's Scuba Blue

The wedding invitations below show that Pantone's Spring 2015 color, Scuba Blue can be more than exotic. It can be classic and luxe as well.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Color Palette Inspiration: Pantone Spring 2015 Color Report

Pantone expects the colors below to emerge from New York Fashion Week and influence fashion (and wedding color palettes) for Spring 2015.   This gorgeous ensemble is predominantly cool, yet infused with warm, subtle tones.

Aquamarine is cool, calming and rather ethereal.   It makes one feel rested.   Scuba Blue is a more playful blue and evokes images of an exotic island.    Lucite Green has a definite retro vibe.   It has a milky glow and a light, transparent feel.   Classic Blue is an anchoring color and works well with all other colors in the spectrum.   It's strong and reliable.   Toasted Almond is a warm suntanned neutral which is timeless and organic.   There's a sense of authenticity to this color.    Strawberry Ice may make one think of warming, appealing and charming strawberries, but its name is evocative of something that will also cool you down.    Tangerine is a more subtle orange but still spontaneous and gregarious.   Custard is delectable, cheerful, and relaxing just like the comfort food it's named after.    It's full of good feelings.   Marsala is an interesting red-brown color for spring/summer but just like Classic Blue, it's a classic in the spectrum.    It's strong, confident and just as exciting as the wine.    Glacier Gray is another neutral with a cooling effect.    It's unobtrusive and enhances the other colors in the spectrum.