The Pantone Color for 2018 is in and it is a provocative shade of purple! Purple is a beautiful color to mix into your wedding or event decor. Purple is a bold color that's full of life and character. We thought we would share some inspiration from past weddings and events that incorporate and complement Ultra Violet. Whether you directly use purple blossoms or use small hints mixed with greens or creams or whites, purple is a beautiful addition to any arrangement.
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Planning a holiday party? We have some festive inspiration for your next event! Whether classic details or a fun spin on traditional, these centerpieces will be sure to wow your guests.
Pinecones are the perfect natural detail to make your table festive. They add a textural touch that celebrates the season without getting too holiday-y. Great for mixing in with winter greens, they also balance well with metallic details like ornament balls.
2. Fresh greens
Winter greens are another subtle way to richen your holiday table. Textural and fragrant, they make the perfect addition to any holiday look. Select greens to mix in with blossoms or make a bold statement of all green centerpieces.
3. Mirrored Vessels
Metallics are a common choice for glamming up a holiday look. For something extra flirty, opt for mirrored vessels with lots of candlelight. Mirrors will complete the metallic look and additionally amplify the candlelight. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous.
4. Classic Amaryllis
Amaryllis is a holiday staple. With it's rich red petals and soft texture, these blossoms are sure to make any holiday centerpiece beautiful. Mix with greens and berries for a truly festive look.
5. All white
Simple yet sophisticated, all white palettes are elegant for any holiday party. Mix with silver for a metallic touch or blend in holiday greens for a subtle hint of color. You can't go wrong with wintery white details.