Rose Quartz

    Some hue of pink is always to be found in Pantone's seasonal palettes - it is a trademark of not one or two tasteful weddings, and for a good reason! It is the colour of blushing cheeks - the very epitomy of the bridal syndrome!

    Peach Echo

    As oranges can be tricky to handle on a big scale such as the one required for wedding, some hues, like the peachy Peach Echo, can grant friendliness, warmth and accessibility to the overall colour scheme.


    Soft and icy blues still continue to be a trend in 2015 and 2016 - a weightless, airy hue that adds a peaceful, calm touch to the wedding palette. It is a soft pastel with an inherent strength of its. It can be tricky to combine with a stronger colour but give it air to breathe and add just a bit of cocoa or coral red, and you'll bring the entire landscape to life!

    Snorkel Blue

    This one is from the family of navy, yet very light and happy! It looks absolutely gorgeous in striped, dotted or tartanesque designs - a great way to combine white and blue for a wedding and make it surprisingly not-boring.


    This one is a favourite! As we love vintage, we often have bubbles filled with happy, sunny '50s designs floating over our heads. It's true! Just imagine: buttercup tea length dresses with Swarovski crystals dripping from your hair...

    Limpet Shell

    A fresh crisp hue, Limpet Shell is both energising and tranquil, a perfect combination for a spring wedding that wants to embrace the clarity and newness of each and every shoot!

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