Spring & Summer 2020 Colors Palette
Steadily keeping in mind the useful and brilliant suggestions of Pantone's color experts, we present you the Colors Palette for Spring & Summer of 2020, that will inspire all of you, who have made the big decision to marry this season.
Once again, Pantone impresses us with her suggested color options, fresh and cool, leaving you a feeling of intimacy and familiarity. Through this, the subversive combination is achieved of the need existing in our time for the externalization of feelings, thoughts, ideas and mood, with those elements that dominated from the Enlightenment period to the end of the 20th century, as well as of humor and recreation.
How all these will bind to your wedding? It is simple; customize the colors you like in your own style and enjoy the outcome!
One of our favorite colors is Biscay Green, a cool, turquoise color reminiscent of clear water. It uniquely combines with shades of gray, but for the more adventurous of you, we recommend combining colors such as brown, yellow, white, pale pink, orange and -for a sense of luxury- black is definitely the ideal combining color.
Spicy -as Pantone herself calls it- Orange Peel color leaves us with a sensation full of taste... A deep orange color, perfect for a boho wedding! Green, red, yellow and generally the earthly tones are those who will highlight it.
Flame Scarlet exudes confidence and determination and it is becoming to couples who know exactly what they want. After all, it's such a bright red color, that it requires nothing less! Boost it up with touches of green, mustard, orange, pink and even lilac.
For the most romantic ones, Coral Pink is the ideal color. Pink coral, creating a welcoming aura, all you need to offer to your guests! Which color to combine it with… try white, beige, all pastel colors, with gray, green, yellow, black, but also with its absolute match, blue color.
Another very special color is Saffron, the light mustard. It gives it a glamorous and spicy "taste" and can boost up your style with gold or bronze details... great! Ivory, green or orange, equally nice matching combinations.
Among these wonderful colors, another that will make a statement is the Grape Compote. A special mauve-purple color, complex and mysterious, that is highlighted with the white, with ivory, gray, turquoise, pink and, for more intensity, with yellow.
Let's shine with Soft Sunlight! Pleasant and cheerful gentle salmon color, radiates the joy of this important day. Match it with white, for more radiance, or with gold, for a glamorous effect.
In this riot of colors, something classic is always needed; like the Classic Blue! A blue color, reminiscent of the endless night sky, that can be combined with almost every style and color!
It looks like the shades of blue are worth it, as Pantone incorporates 2 more blue shades into its palette. The first is the Mosaic Blue, which shows a strong feeling and a certain mysticism! The second is a faded blue, the Faded Denim, which brings us a sense of ease. Both colors adapt to any style and match equally beautifully with so many color combinations.
Deep green, the color of herbs, overflowing with harmony and health. Chive is a color that definitely supports the rustic style of a wedding. Do not let it lose its intensity, accompany it with touches of earthy colors.
For a sweet, but at the same time spicy effect, choose as a base the brown-red color, the Cinnamon Stick. The ultimate earthy and warm color! Brown, peach, green, and the shades of beige perfectly coexist with it.
Beyond the 12 standard colors of the palette, do not forget the four primary colors further proposed: the Lark -a light khaki, the Navy Blazer -a dark blue, the Brilliant White -a bright and pure white and finally the Ash -a strong and particular faded purple.
So adjust your thoughts to any of the above color combinations and suggestions for this year's Spring - Summer 2020 fashion. Discover Nafplio Weddings team is the right one to design for you your own "in fashion" wedding... Simply contact us!
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