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February 11, 2019

Color of the Year: Living Coral


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Pantone has officially announced the color of the year for 2019 – it’s Living Coral! With the weather warming up and neutral color palettes transitioning out, we’re seeing more brides pick bright shades for their big day. Whether you’re looking to create a bold tablescape or add just a touch of brightness to a softer setting, coral is the perfect hue.

Here are a few of our favorite ways to incorporate the color of the year on your big day!

A simple way to bring a pop of coral to your event space is with floral arrangements. Adding a few different shades to the mix to complement the coral helps create depth and puts this hue center stage. This color packs a powerful punch, so sticking with neutral chairs like our Natural X-backs, Whitewash Chloe or our Ghost Chair will showcase this bold shade without overwhelming the table.

If you don’t want to take the full plunge into coral, you can still add subtle hints of the hue with a soft ombrè effect. Easily recreate this elegant reception with either our Gold Chivari or Gold Napoleon Chair.

Another fun way to include coral at your event is with your menu! Signature drinks and a colorful cake will instantly brighten up your tabletop. Bring these images to life with our Mason Jars and Gold Cake Stand.

We have a feeling that this bright hue is going to be a hit for spring and summer weddings, and we can’t wait to see how our brides add coral to their space. For more styling inspiration, be sure to follow us on Facebook + Instagram.

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