How to Use Pantone’s 10 Fall Colors in Your Autumn Wedding
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How to Use Pantone’s 10 Fall Colors in Your Autumn Wedding

Summer might be winding down but that doesn’t mean your color palette has to. In fact, Pantone is predicting just the opposite. The color company’s fall report is full of vibrant, unexpected shades to use in the coming months. If you’re planning on tying the knot sometime next season, consider these 10 saturated, yet sophisticated hues for your fall “I do’s.”

1. Royal Blue: In need of something blue? How about a pair of eccentric heels for a hidden pop of color! Be warned though, if used too much, this rich color can be a tad overpowering. We like it blended with other colors like these floral vases or used as an accent. (via 100 Layer Cake and Invites Wedding)

2. Aluminum: At first glance this color can seem on the drab side, but give it a chance. If you’re planning an outdoor ceremony, it perfectly complements Mother Nature’s natural hues. And if you’re still itching for some vibrance, you’re free to choose any color you like to add some extra pizzazz. (via Colin Cowie Weddings and Elizabeth Anne Designs)

3. Radiant Orchid: Pantone’s color of 2014 is popping up everywhere from cakes to clothing, and it’s easy to see why. This delicate shade adds a vibrant, colorful touch to any ceremony. (via Wedding O’ Mania and Weddings Illustrated)

4. Aurora Red: It’s only fitting to use the color of romance on your most romantic day ever. We love how much richness this red adds to an otherwise simple color palette. A red veil and lip would make a super cool statement but there are plenty of ways to incorporate this big, bold color. (via KT Merry and Burnett’s Boards)

5. Misty Yellow: Send out these colorful save the dates and give guests a taste of all the cheery yellow waiting for them at the wedding. If you don’t want to get too wild, take inspiration from this clean cake that used the shade just as a pop on top! (via Etsy and Style Me Pretty)

6. Sangria: If this color isn’t screaming floral crown, we don’t know what is. While you strut down the aisle looking like a botanical beauty, all your bridesmaids will be gleaming in this shade that looks good on almost every skin tone. (via Chic Vintage Brides and Wedding Chicks)

7. Mauve: Create a stress free environment by decking out your day in this soothing color. Scrumptious lavender macarons could be an easy and unexpected way to utilize the classy purple. (via Welke and Grey Likes Weddings)

8. Cognac: If your wedding is set in nature, you don’t have to do a thing to incorporate this brown. We love the idea of adding a rustic vibe by dressing groomsmen in this rich hue. Take a hint from this handsome chap by adding a bright kick with a colorful boutonniere. (via Style Me Pretty and Etsy)

9. Cypress: If you want to use cognac but feel like it needs a little something else, this green is a match made in nuptial heaven. This clean and calming color can easily be used in wedding attire or as a centerpiece like this olive branch. (via Style Me Pretty and Once Wed)

10. Bright Cobalt: Consider this a step down from ultra-vibrant royal blue. Use it subtly by dipping it in otherwise boring silverware for a DIY touch all your guests will gush over. We also really love this bolder (not to mention extraordinarily handsome) way of incorporating it as the groom’s suit. (via Wedding Party and Ruffled)

Which fall Pantone color is your favorite? Share with us in the comments below!