Color Trends for Fall 2013 | Wedding, Mitzvah, Party

Top Colors for Fall 2013, from the experts at Pantone

Pantone Color Fall 2013 TrendsPantone specializes in creating the color templates that inspire fashion design, decor trends, and even cosmetics. Their predictions for fall 2013 include a range of hues that vary from vivid to earth tone to elegant. It’s all about versatility and experimentation,  providing the perfect inspiration for your wedding, bat mitzvah, sweet 16 or party.

Turbulence – Elegant Grey Color Theme Ideas

Color Trends 2013 - Grey Wedding Theme IdeasIf you want a color that’s classic and formal, you can’t go wrong with this mercury gray tone. It’s cool and sophisticated for a table setting or invitations. Try mixing it with soft and subtle shades.  It also pairs well with pink, yellow, and other brighter colors.

Photos: Mike Like, Lotus Haus, Cakes Decor, Zazzle, Pinterest

Acai – Exotic Purple Color Theme Ideas

Wedding Color Trends 2013 | Purple Acai Theme Ideas This deep hued purple provides a striking backdrop for brighter tones. Pair it with bright chartreuse green for an unexpected color combination. It’s a beautiful color for linens to make them stand out against the rest of the table setting. Dark purple Calla Lilies create a rich bouquet.

Photos: One Fab Event, Sugar Bee Sweets,  Em Dot Zee, The Bride’s Cafe

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Vivacious – Vivid Fuchsia Color Theme Ideas

2013 Color Trends - Pantone Vivacious Fuchsia This deep fuchsia shade hovers between pink and purple. It’s a great shade for bridesmaid dresses as it will flatter a wide range of skin tones. It’s the perfect color for a tropical beach setting and a lot of fun when paired with other bright tones.

Photos – Zazzle, Bijou Bridal, La Rue La Luxe on Etsy, Project Wedding, Amore Bride on Etsy

Deep Lichen Green Color Inspiration

2013 Wedding Color Trends - Lichen GreenThis earthy shade lends itself well to a rustic setting or on outdoor event. Try incorporating vintage tapestry patterns or pairing it with sunshine yellow flowers. It also looks great with bronze and rust to add some drama to your color scheme. Give your chuppah an understated design with winding ivy and branches.

Photos - Food, Wine, and Interior Design, Preston Bailey Inspirations, Formal Invitations, DC Nearlyweds

Written by Lonni Delane