Top 10 Pantone Colors for Spring Weddings 2014

by Anchal Bhatia

Pantone recently revealed its top colors for spring 2014 and we can’t wait to introduce these gorgeous colors to all our brides. After experiencing a couple of seasons of more neutral wedding palettes, this year we can see a return of brighter colors. All thanks to Pantone designers who have taken a modern twist on the traditional for spring 2014 by pairing soft pastels with vivid brights to create a colorful equilibrium. Inspired by a mixture of blooming flowers and travels abroad, these Pantone colors will not only help you keep up with the trend but will also help you create a lasting impression on your guests.

Pantone Colors: Fashion report spring 2014

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Let these Pantone colors inspire you and help you make your wedding planning a bit easier.

Dazzling Blue 

Pantone colors: Dazzling blue

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Violet Tulip

Pantone colors: Violet Tulip

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Radiant Orchid 

Pantone colors: Radiant orchid wedding theme

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Read: Pantone’s Color of the Year is Radiant Orchid! Ideas to Incorporate the Hue into your Wedding

Celosia Orange 

Pantone colors: Celosia Orange

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Freesia

Pantone colors: Freesia

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Cayenne

Pantone colors: Cayenne

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Placid Blue

Pantone colors: Placid Blue

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Paloma

Pantone colors: Paloma

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Sand

Pantone colors: sand

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Hemlock

Pantone colors: Hemlock

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So, which color palette would you like to pick for your wedding? Confused? Well, let’s make it easy for you. Firstly, make sure to choose the one that you love and that reflects your personality. If cool pastels don’t complement your bold and fiery loud personality, opt for the brighter colors. Also, we recommend mixing colors instead of sticking to one. For instance, Freesia with Paloma and Dazzling Blue with Cayenne would make a really interesting color combination. Moreover, don’t just restrict yourself to these colors. You can also choose a lighter or darker shade of these popular Pantone colors. This way you will still be on trend while using it to your advantage.

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