Pantone announces “Living Coral” as their 2019 Color of the Year and I cannot more excited.
I do not shy away from this color. I find that shades of coral, peach and orange work so well with various color palettes. From blush tones to bold colors, it works well paired with blues, lavenders, purples, yellows or in a monochromatic designs featured in this blog.
I love that coral colors is readily available in spring, summer and fall. Some of my favorite coral blooms include: Coral Charm Peonies, regular, spray and garden roses, ranunculus, hypericum berries, tulips, zinnias, coxcomb, dahlias and more.
This gorgeous bridal session was photographed by Spotted Stills Photography. Tania looked absolutely elegant and flawless after Whitney was done pampering her.
The bold coral charm peonies in Tania’s bouquet, absolutely popped against her gown.
While the hair flowers were more muted with blush pink/peach tones and foliage, looking quite elegant on her classic hair updo.
Bridal bouquet included coral charm peonies, roses, blueberries, scented geranium, huckleberry, seeded and willow eucalyptus.
Photography: Spotted Stills
Floral Design: Sophisticated Floral
Hair and Make Up: Make up with Whit
Dress/Veil : Brides for a Cause