In 2018, the Pantone Color of the Year was Ultra Violet, a blue-based purple that Copper Penny Flowers brides embraced for wedding events and we happily showcased.
Every year, the Pantone Color Institute analyzes trends and looks for new “color influences” to decide on their color of the year.
This year, the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year is Living Coral. This spirited shade is described by Pantone as an “effervescent” color that “embraces us with warmth and nourishment…symbolizing our innate need for optimism and joyful pursuits.”
What better recommendation for a color to enhance a wedding day! Delightful punch-inspired coral blooms have perennially captured the hearts of our Copper Penny Flowers brides and our designers…and the trend continues this year.
When dahlia season arrives, we can’t wait to include coral-hued dahlias to beautify our brides’ wedding events.
The grand blooms of Coral Charm peonies are also a longstanding favorite at Copper Penny Flowers.
And our brides love the Romantic Antique Garden Roses and Brilliant Star coral salmon spray roses that are two of our new favorite rose varieties this year.
Pantone says this “vivifying” coral color “mesmerizes the eye and mind.”
We just know this sociable color brings joy to a wedding day. Here’s to Living Coral for that special day of living love.