After being inspired by NY Fashion Week, we decided to take some of Pantone's 2015 colors for spring and summer and make our own inspo collections using some of our own NOD designs. Check out these up and coming spring and summertime shades for 2015
A color we've seen quite recently, classic blue is always in season. Great for bright bold bridesmaids dresses and paired nicely with greens and whites for a simple palette, or purples and pinks for pops of color.
Treetop & Woodbine
Two new takes on green this year, one a darker natural and the other almost an olive inspired tone. Both make for great springtime palettes and tie in perfectly with the fresh garden styles.
One of our favorite shades we've been seeing popping up lately, dusk or "dusty" blue is the perfect vintage color.
A more romantic take on mauve, lavender herb makes for a great spring or summertime wedding palette color. Make a statement with a light lavender dress, tie it in with unique jewelry or in our favorite case- some lavender roses for the perfect bouquets.
A great summer color, custard is a slightly darker shade of our previously popular - misted yellow. Obviously delicious in food, you can also play up your bridesmaids in the bright shade or throw some beautiful yellow calla lilies in your flowers!
Glacier Grey & Titanium
Silver and grey tones are still in season as we get into 2015. Pair it with peaches or tans for a warm feel or play it up with whites for a sparkling elegant feel. Great for early spring!
The ultimate end-of-summer tone would be marsala. Rustic, warm and GREAT in flowers :)
Bubbly blue aquamarine is a perfect springtime tone that looks good on just about anything. We loved our creative bride who matched it to purples and lavender! Simple white centerpieces can switch it up for a simple chic look.
Brighten your summer soiree with this lively orange shade. From flowers, or sweets to dresses or shoes, pops of tangerine look great with jewel tones!
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