Introducing: GREENERY, Pantone's Colour of the Year

Meet Greenery. 

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Described as 'a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first day of spring when nature's greens revive, restore and renew'.  When we think of greenery, our minds automatically jump to everything nature - the grass, the trees, and fresh, crisp spring air.  A perfect colour to feature in your 2017 wedding.

We have compiled some different and unique ideas in how to incorporate this fresh and fun new colour into your wedding day, check them out below!

Photographer: Myrtle & Moss Photography Florist: Platinum Floral Designs Decor: Details BC

Photographer: Myrtle & Moss Photography
Florist: Platinum Floral Designs
Decor: Details BC

Floral Decor

One of our favourite ways to showcase some Greenery in a wedding is floral decor.  A major trend for upcoming weddings is beautiful arrangements and bouquets that are filled with that luscious and fresh green.  This would fit perfectly for a rustic and nature inspired 2017 wedding.

We love this trend because it really helps keep the focus on the bride.  While all the glitz and glam can be fun, it can also take attention away from the bride, and who wants that on their big day?!

Photo via Pinterest

Photo via Pinterest

Bridesmaids Dresses

Bridesmaids dresses are another really fun way to incorporate Greenery into your wedding day.  You can pick a variety of shades like the photo, or pick just one shade of this eye catching colour. 

Emerald green is a very popular colour for Fall and Winter weddings, so why not try the opposite for your Spring or Summer 2017 wedding!

 

Photos via Pinterest

Photos via Pinterest

Photo via Pinterest

Photo via Pinterest

Bridal Accessories

It is becoming a more common trend for brides to add a pop of colour to their wedding day ensemble.  Some may feel more comfortable sticking with classic diamonds or pearls - but it can create a very stunning and chic look if you add the right colour.

You can go all out, and have all green accessories like the ones shown - or keep it as a subtle hint, and only have one green accessory.  Less tends to do more, so we recommend if you are having coloured accessories, to keep them delicate and not bulky stones.

Your wedding dress

For the nontraditional bride, picking a wedding dress that isn't your typical white or ivory can be a really fun way to have a unique and edgy dress. 

When having a different coloured wedding dress first became a trend, designers were trying blush pink, champagne, and oyster shell type colours, but over the years so many more colours have become available like the beautiful shades of green photographed.

Let us know any other fun ways you could incorproate greenery to your wedding day!

XO,

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