How to Incorporate Pantone Classic Blue in a Wedding Color Palette

One of our favorite trends for weddings are finding creative ways to incorporate Pantone’s Color of the Year, Classic Blue. Whether it be through a simple manicure color or an extravagant floral archway there are so many ways to include Classic Blue into your wedding to reap the benefits it was selected for. 

Utilizing Pantone’s Color of the Year is an idyllic way to remember 2020 and tell a floral color story of your love. With so many colors to choose from, the Pantone Institute ensures its selection is reflective of macro trends that are taking place in culture such as in art, media, movies, lifestyles, socioeconomic and political conditions, travel destinations, and new technology. The vice president of the Pantone Color Institute, Laurie Pressman described Classic Blue as a “color that anticipates what’s going to happen next” as we enter into a new decade. This definition is perfect for a wedding as this special day marks the beginning of a new adventure for the happy couple. 

The Meaning Behind Classic Blue 

Classic Blue was selected as it instills calmness, confidence, and connection. The color brings a sense of peace and tranquility to the human spirit, offering refuge and clarity to our psyche. As science has shown us, colors have an impact on our emotions and well-being and the color blue is associated with feelings of calmness and serenity.

To help you reap the benefits of Classic Blue, FTD created 4 moodboards using the color harmonies released by Pantone to help you arrange a beautiful bouquet that will be sure to add serenity and bliss to your wedding day. Check out the color harmonies below to see which palette speaks to you and your love!

Now that you are familiar with the Pantone color harmonies, get inspired by the gorgeous mood boards sourced to compliment and instill different sensations. From the Peaceful Ponder palette to Exotic Tastes, each flower story brings its own feelings of mystery, health and bliss. Cater your wedding flowers to express your hopes and feelings for the rest of 2020 and beyond! Happy wedding planning!

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