Color Trends for Spring 2014 | Wedding, Mitzvah, Party

Straight off the fashion runways of New York’s Fashion Week, the color experts at Pantone announced the top colors for Spring 2014!  The Top 10 colors for the season include an eclectic mix of vivid brights and soft pastels, inspiring beautiful color combinations for your wedding, bar & bat mitzvah, party or special event.

Wedding Color Trends Spring 2014 - PantoneSource: Pantone

Pantone’s Top Color for Spring 2014 is….

Radiant Orchid

Radiant Orchid Wedding ideasThis whimsical lavender shade has already crept its’ way into the wardrobes and designs of your favorite trendsetters. As such, it’s no surprise Pantone named Radiant Orchid 2014’s Color of the Year. Pairing well with vibrant pinks and golds, or soft ivories and pastels, its’ versatility extends throughout the color wheel and well into the corners of any affair.

Clockwise: Cake: Hayley Holness via Belle The Magazine, Cocktails: daninotes, Sweetheart Table: Andrena Photography, Square Root Designs via Belle The Magazine, Bridesmaid: Laura Murray Photography on Bridal Musings via, Pantone, Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas, Ceremony: The Youngrens, Karen Tran via Belle The Magazine, Lanterns: Luna Bazaar, Bridesmaid & Groomsman: Kerra Lynch

Another One of Our Favorites is…

Dazzling Blue

Dazzling Blue Wedding & Party IdeasThis bold shade of cobalt blue may be familiar to you – it’s filling the streets of NYC due to the popular Citibank bike-sharing program, and it’s the color of the Facebook brand. The strong color of vibrant blue pairs well with the other colors across the palette: It’s a perfect companion to pastels, and adds vivacity when mixed with other bold colors.

Clockwise: ASOS, Wedding Paper Divas, Jessica Vogel Sang Photography, Pinterest, Blue Wedding Cake, Wedding Channel

Florists & Party Decor

The Top 10 Colors for Spring 2014 are:

Pantone Top Color Trends, Spring 2014 | Colors

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Written by Cigall Goldman

Cigall Goldman