Top Wedding Flowers to Highlight Pantone’s Color of the Year: Living Coral

Your wedding flowers will be a beautiful addition to your big day! Actually, they will most likely be the prominent feature of your décor. Therefore, they should be chosen with care!

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Are you preparing to plan the blooms for your own nuptials?

We believe that every wedding should highlight one of a kind floral arrangements! That’s why, here at Flou(-e)r Specialty Floral Events, as Boston wedding designers, we have comprised the most popular flowers that have highlighted Pantone’s color of the year, Living Coral, to inspire your wedding blooms. 

Romantic Roses

One great aspect about roses is that you can discover them in an array of colors! Not only that, but they come in so many different varieties of shapes and sizes. It’s likely that you may not even know some roses are in fact, roses! By choosing coral roses for your arrangements, you can complement Pantone’s color of the year, Living Coral, beautifully, as well as add a dash of warmth to your bouquets and centerpieces.

Photo: Carly Michelle Photography

Pretty Peonies

You can add volume and delicacy to your floral arrangements by utilizing peonies! The Coral Charm variety of peonies is certainly beautiful and will highlight nothing but elegance if incorporated into your arrangements. Whether you choose to highlight peonies all on their own, or among other blooms, you can guarantee that your floral arrangements will be stunning!

Photo: Zev Fisher Photography

Hypericum berries

Not a focal floral, but presenting their own sense of style, coral hypericum berries are certainly a great option for couples who want to incorporate Living Coral as an accent color! These add a great pop of color among greens are sure to add just the right touch of whimsical to any arrangement that they are placed within. So, they would certainly be an ideal option for complementing Pantone’s color of the year, Living Coral, on your big day!

Photo: Shang Chen Photography

Pantone’s color of the year, Living Coral, certainly is beautiful! We’ve loved designing with the color and hope it will be utilized beyond 2019. 

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We’d love to chat with you about your wedding flowers. Please contact us here at Flou(-e)r Specialty Floral Events – we have a passion for creating one of a kind floral arrangements, and would be honored with the opportunity to do so for you.