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.
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Garden roses are a gorgeous blossom with lots of texture and rich color. Their round shape & tightly packed petals are a fierce contender with ranunculus and peonies. An aesthetically versatile blossom, garden roses are a perfect addition to any look. Whether your vision is sophisticated and elegant, or laid-back and bohemian garden roses will be the perfect compliment. Get inspiration with these weddings featuring garden roses in their design plan:
New Year, New Color. This year's color according to Pantone is Greenery, a fresh, springy yellow-green that's full of energy. Greenery is a great shade to incorporate into florals, whether it's with textural foliage or green blossoms. Lush and natural, any green can add a little interest to your overall palette.
Below are some of our favorite palettes with Greenery:
1. Sunny & Bright
2. Sweet & Muted
3. Rich & Moody
4. Vivid & Colorful
Four table inspirations for the upcoming holiday! Whether it's a green inspired tablescape or a long and low with lots of blossoms, we have some fresh ideas for your Thanksgiving table. Here's to a Thanksgiving table with good food and lots of laughs, surrounded by those you're thankful for.
1. Rich Greens & Texture
This Thanksgiving, try this super textural centerpiece featuring a mix of seasonal greens. This look is natural but elegant as the focal point of your dinner table. Mix ornamental kale with seeded eucalyptus and plumosa fern.
2. Long and Low
For a luxe look, place a long and low centerpiece down the center of your Thanksgiving table. Pale blossoms with pops of spicy oranges are perfect for a subtly elegant look. Roses, hypericum, and mixed greens will keep the centerpiece textured and natural.
3. Monochromatic Centerpiece
Nothing says Fall more than rich reds and oranges. Give your Thanksgiving table a pop of color with an arrangement of monochromatic blossoms. We love this all-orange centerpiece that maintains great texture by mixing tulips, calla lilies, and protea.
4. Lots of Candlelight
Give your table a warm glow with lots of candlelight mixed with florals. The blossoms will soften the table while varying votives and pillar candles will add warmth and color. We love the look of these soft purple roses mixed with fresh ivy and lisianthus.