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Top 10 Wedding Colours for Spring 2015 from Pantone – Part II

So, yesterday I shared 5 of Pantone’s Top 10 Colours for Spring 2015 Weddings- if you missed it, you can see it here (and read all about who the heck Pantone are and why you should care what colours they picked!) I promised then that you wouldn’t have to wait long for the second 5, so without further ado let me introduce you to Strawberry Ice, Custard, Scuba Blue, Tangerine and Lucite Green – I think you’re going to love them!

Pantone's Top Wedding Colours for Spring 2015

I have to confess I absolutely adore Pantone’s picks this year! They’ve moved away from the poppy brights of the last couple of years with a much softer, more muted and romantic palette, that is just perfect for weddings. And inspired by, in their own words, “simpler times”, “remembrances of retro delights” as well as “folkloric and floral art” this palette screams vintage charm, old-world elegance and retro nostalgia – it’s a vintage loving gals dream!

 Strawberry Ice

Oh this colour is so pretty, it looks good enough to eat! Strawberry Ice 16-1720 is delicate, romantic and ideal for a Spring or Summer wedding. Subtle and charming it is perfect for pairing with richer and brighter shades…..

Wedding Inspiration Board in Strawberry IceUmbrellas ~ Photography by Anne Robert via Style Me Pretty, Wedding Cake ~ The Cake Plate Photography by Loft Photographie via Green Wedding Shoes, Bride ~ Photography by  Jen Huang via Burnetts Boards, Bouquet ~ Haute Horticulture Photography by Annabella Charles via Magnolia Rouge



Delicious and delectable, Custard 13-0720 is a soft, subtle and sweet shade of yellow. It is such a classy colour that will look lovely with warm grey, green, ivory or blue…..

Wedding Inspiration Board in CustardWedding Stationery ~ The Creative Parasol Photography by Ryan Ray via Southern Weddings, Place Setting ~ Photography by KT Merry, Bouquet ~ Photography by Jodi Miller, Wedding Cake ~ Just Crumbs Cakes Photography by Erin Lindsey Images, Bride ~ Sweet Woodruff Photography by  Tara McMullen via Grey Likes Weddings


Scuba Blue

A bright and bold turquoise Scuba Blue 16-4725 is playful and perfect for a fun retro wedding…..

Wedding Inspiration Board in Scuba BlueBride & Groom ~ Photography by  Tino & Pip via Love My Dress, Bouquet ~ Basil and Bergamot Photography by Jenna Henderson via Fab You Bliss, Wedding Cake ~ Photography by Rustic White Photography, Wedding Stationery ~ The Girl Tyler Photography by Amanda Hedgepeth Photography via Tidewater & Tulle



Tangerine 15-1247 is a juicy orange shade with more than a hint of peach, making it much more romantic and versatile than a bright, bold orange. It’s the perfect colour for adding a pop of bright to your Spring wedding…..

Wedding Inspiration Board in Tangerine Bride & Groom ~ Photography by Justin DeMutiis Photography via Style Me Pretty, Wedding Cake ~ Honeymoon Bakery Photography by Britt Croft via Style Me Pretty, Tablescape ~ Photography by Justin DeMutiis Photography via Style Me Pretty, Cascading Bouquet ~ Finch & Thistle Event Design Photography by Stephanie Cristalli via Wedding Chicks, Entry ~ Celsia Florist Photography by Robin O’Neill Photography via Style Me Pretty


 Lucite Green

Such a pretty soft, shade,  Lucite Green 14-5714 may well take the place of classic blue as my favourite! With a minty glow it is fresh and oh so flattering – such a pretty colour for your bridesmaids!…..

Wedding Inspiration Board in Lucite GreenBowl ~ A Rosy Note, Bride ~ Photography by Twah Dougherty of Style-Art-Life via Style Me Pretty, Wedding Cake ~ Heythere Cupcake Photography , Bouquet ~ Photography by Kristyn Hogan via Elizabeth Anne Designs,  Shoes ~ Photography by Tory Williams Photography via Style Me Pretty


Ooh what with these and the fabulous 2015 wedding dress collections we are beginning to glimpse, I can not wait to start seeing your weddings next year!

So, now you’ve seen all of Pantone’s colours, be sure to let me know which is your favourite in the comments below?