Think PINK! This year’s hottest bridal colour

The industry goes a little crazy when Pantone releases their colour predictions, so we caught up with Rebecca Lord-Lyon, renowned bridal retailer to see what you thought of this year’s colours…

This year, for the first time, PANTONE chose the blending of two shades – Rose Quartz & Serenity as the PANTONE Colour of the Year. They predict that these two colours and the blend will be popular in 2016.Pink traditionally has always been a popular colour when it comes to weddings, with more designers using this as their statement colour in 2015. Bridesmaid designers have used these soft pastel shades over the past two years and it’s a trend that will continue, because of its popularity. PANTONE believe that these two colours are calm & relaxing.

Pink traditionally has always been a popular colour when it comes to weddings, with more designers using this as their statement colour in 2015. Bridesmaid designers have used these soft pastel shades over the past two years and it’s a trend that will continue, because of its popularity. PANTONE believe that these two colours are calm & relaxing. With PANTONE choosing 2016’s colour of the year as Rose Quartz & Serenity, it means pink is going to be even more popular for weddings this year. But for those of you who are more traditional and want to stick with an ivory or white gown, there are so many ways to bring a few pink highlights into your wedding.

Last year, before PANTONE predicted Rose Quartz would be their colour of the year – Edith & Winston Bridalwear went on a photoshoot with the wonderful wedding photographer Teresa C Photography. With the beautiful Ashfield House as the backdrop for this Pretty In Pink photo shoot. Organised by the MUA Ruby slippers, we took along some of our favourite gowns. Red Floral Architecture created the most beautiful bouquets with seasonal blooms. Remember, that you can get your favourite shades and colours into your wedding day. There are so many ways, from the shade of the belt on your wedding dress to the clip in your hair and your wedding make-up. So if the blush pink wedding gown isn’t for you, try adding the shade in your accessories.

Remember, that you can get your favourite shades and colours into your wedding day. There are so many ways, from the shade of the belt on your wedding dress to the clip in your hair and your wedding make-up. So if the blush pink wedding gown isn’t for you, try adding the shade in your accessories.

Bride standing in doorway | Pantone Wedding Colours

Bride on sofa | Pantone Wedding Colours | Teresa C Photography

Pink wedding flowers | Pantone Wedding Colours | Teresa C Photography

 

Bride sitting on stairs | Pantone Wedding Colours | Teresa C Photography

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Pink floral bouquet | Pantone Wedding Colours | Teresa C Photography

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Thank you to Rebecca Lord-Lyon from Edith and Winston Bridalwear for this post!

To read about the PANTONE 2016 colour of the year visit: pantone.com