Pantone's Ultraviolet Through the Wedding Seasons: 2018

 

Ultraviolet has officially been named the Pantone Color of the Year for 2018! Vivid, eye-catching, and versatile, it’s destined to become a staple in wedding designs this year. We especially love how it seems to float between seasons, marking its possibilities endless. For inspiration on how to take Ultraviolet through the year, we’re looking back on some of our most memorable pops of purple. Keep reading to see our favorites!

PANTONE IN THE WINTER

In the winter months, light-handed touches in varying tones of Ultraviolet can liven a space and make room for other complimentary colors. Incorporate seasonal blooms and softer vivids for a snow-appropriate look that still feels green and airy.

Photo: Myrtle and Marjoram | Venue: Private Vineyard Estate

PANTONE IN THE SPRING

In bloom. Balance the rich tone with amber and burgundy adornments and organic greenery. Fresh produce reminds one of trips to the farmer’s market, while jewel tones update a traditionally pastel palette.

Photo: Myrtle and Marjoram  |Venue: Private Estate, Healdsburg

PANTONE IN THE SUMMER

Soak in the summer with Ultraviolet additions that sparkle in the sunlight. Summery hues will compliment not only the color but the sun-produced shadows and pleasing pockets of light.   

Top Photo: Page Bertelsen Photography | Venue: Private Vineyard Estate
Bottom Photo: Myrtle and Marjoram  |Venue: Private Estate, Healdsburg

PANTONE IN THE FALL

Perfect in a rustic setting, Ultraviolet is ideal for Autumnal wedding celebrations. Paired against the cooling countryside, the shade feels effortless, breezy even. Thoughtful rustic design elements and seasonal blooms will play a major role in showcasing Ultraviolet here.

Photo: Myrtle and Marjoram  |Venue: Private Estate, Healdsburg

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