Wedding Theme Inspiration – Hemlock Pantone Report SS14

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Image: via Pantone

 

Throughout each year the global masterminds of colour at Pantone deliver delicious reports on the hot hues for the seasons ahead. Having studied the SS14 catwalk shows of New York Fashion week, Pantone produced the palette featured above which highlights the central colours for spring next year.  

 

If you’re looking for some stylish ideas for your big day theme, these fashion forward colour combinations are guaranteed to tick all of the trend boxes. Plus, there will be a plentiful supply of wedding day pretty hitting the shops in these pastels early next year as predicted by Pantone, making it super easy to find the perfect pieces to match your theme.

 

Introducing Hemlock, a refreshing colour tone which will perfectly compliment any wedding day:

“Similar to the verdant shade of springtime foliage, Hemlock, a summery, ornamental green, provides a decorative touch that’s very different from the greens of recent seasons. Pair any of these versatile pastels with a bolder hue for an au courant look.” – pantone.com 

 

Check out some colourful ways to incorporate cool, calm Hemlock inspiration into your wedding…

 

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 Image: Caroline Joy via Southern Weddings

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Image: via Minted

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Image: Shea Christine via Every Last Detail

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Image: Honeysnaps Photography via Polka Dot Bride

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Image: Matthew Robbins Design via Wedding Chicks

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Image: Katelyn James via Every Last Detail

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Image: Jacque Lynn Photo via Wedding Chicks

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Images: Theo Milo via Style Unveiled

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Image: Caroline Joy via Southern Weddings

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Image left: Leo Patrone via Inspired By This

Image right: Kelly Hornberger via Southern Weddings

 

Take a look at more ideas inspired by the Pantone palette such as vintage Violet Tulip and cheerful Freesia.  

 

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