Pantone announced that its 2019 Color of the Year is a hue called Living Coral. It’s a fresh take on a citrusy hue that can add a pop of color at any wedding. This color has made an appearance in several of our previous blog posts, and take a look at some of our favorites below!
Living Coral Wedding Inspiration
Magical Woodland Wedding
This is one of the all-time favorites that I have featured here on Hill City Bride, and the pallet wall is one of my most pinned items. It’s no wonder! It is gorgeous and just happens to be in hues incorporating Living Coral. The florals for the wedding (done by The Arrangement Company and photographed by Adam Barnes Photography) are just lovely all throughout. From bouquets to centerpieces, there is Living Coral Wedding Inspiration galore!
Classic Coral Wedding
Not only does this wedding – photographed by Dana Tate – have soft, lovely florals, but it has a gorgeous coral invitation. Roses and ranunculus are paired with other soft blooms to create a lovely event that incorporates Living Coral. Take a peek at the full wedding here.
Lovely Vineyard Wedding
Ok, it’s obvious that gorgeous Living Coral wedding inspiration is going to include a lot of flowers! But each and every combination is different…I adore that the color is so versatile! It also shows that a pop of coral works well. It adds a fun element to this wedding, photographed by Vness. If you’d like to see more (please do!), just click here to view the full event.
Horse Farm Styled Shoot
If bright colors are your style, then adding more color to coral is the way to go! Multiple hues of pinks and oranges are paired with Living Coral to create a beautiful, monochromatic palette photographed by Ashley Glasco Photography. Even the drinks got in on the fun of Living Coral wedding inspiration. So fun! The full styled shoot is here.
Sentimental Vow Renewal
Not having a wedding? Well, of course, you can use Living Coral wedding inspiration for just about any event…how about a vow renewal? The color is so lovely as it accents the florals and the cake. So cute in these photos by Robin Collins Photography! Peek at more inspo here.
How do you feel about Living Coral?
Honestly, it’s not one of my favorites as the main color, but I adore it as an accent color! But that is how I feel about most of Pantone’s choices. I think that adding coral to your palette would compliment a lot of weddings. Happy planning!