This elegant wedding at The Boston Public Library features shades of pink and cream blossoms with navy elements. Lush roses and hydrangea with stock and lisianthus were signature blossoms throughout the event. Trailing ivy on the reception tables as well as on the groom’s boutonniere added romantic green elements.
Pantone has announced “Living Coral” as 2019’s color of the year. Coral is a vibrant shade that will warm up any design plan. For a sophisticated look, pair coral with cool blues or dusty grays. For something fun and flirty, bright oranges and deep pinks will further the overall warmth. Adding in blush or pale pinks, will soften coral’s glow for a more understated look. To help you incorporate “Living Coral” in your next event or wedding we created a list of inspiration blossoms that come in a range of coral shades.
1. Peonies & Dogwood
2. Spray Roses
3. Garden Roses
5. Hypericum Berries
This beautiful winter wedding in Boston, MA is a gorgeous example of having a holiday wedding with luxe and elegant details. For this wedding, we combined traditional holiday greens with pinecones and metallic silver & gold elements. A blush and cream palette offered a muted base and luxe blossoms like roses and ranunculus added soft texture. At the reception, haloed lanterns with natural candlelight and gold mercury vases added warmth to the table. Overall it was an event with classic details and sophisticated touches.