2017 Wedding Trends: Pantone Greenery



Pantone Greenery is the 2017 color of the year.
Pantone LLC, is world renowned for their authority on color, and they provide color systems and lead the technology for selection and accurate displays of color across various industries. The PANTONE® name has become the standard language for color communication from designer to manufacturer to retailer to customer.
Every year Pantone predicts the best color and color schemes of the year. We at B/A Florist were so excited to discover 2017’s Pantone Color of the Year was Greenery. It’s such a luscious, peaceful shade of green and evokes nature in it’s purest form.
There are so many ways to incorporate this lovely shade into your home, wedding, event. In this blog we will focus on how to add pops of Pantone Greenery to your wedding without overdoing it. From elaborate chandelier wreaths, to simple vintage vases, to easy DIY place cards, there are so many fun options in using this amazing shade of green.

Flowers of Green

Pantone’s Greenery is such a lovely shade of green and there are so many flowers that work with it! Green hydrangea, bells of Ireland, chrysanthemum, cymbidium orchid, dendrobium orchid, calla lilies and so many more!

Bells of Ireland

In the language of flowers the Bells of Ireland represent luck. They are known for their showy, cup shaped papery green calyxes and have tiny white flowers. Their height adds a wonderful dimension to bouquets and centerpieces.

Shades of Green

Pantone Greenery is a wonderful, luscious color that compliments many colors, including various shades of green.

Vintage Bottles & Sprigs of Green

Take the simplicity of vintage bottles and sprigs of greenery to the next level by grouping various sizes and shades and using them as centerpieces.

Green Wreaths

Delightful wisps of greenery and tied into a circle and hung over a banquet table.

Leaf Placecards

Greening up your place cards is easy using leaves like Salal leaves, which are a nice, flat green leaf, easy to write on with a white paint parker or Sharpie. Tie it to a tag with a piece of soft ribbon and these simple DIY place cards are ready to go!

Hand Tied Greenery Bouquet

A lush bouquet featuring seeded eucalyptus, green dianthus, white roses, blue ghost thistle, white veronica, and bells of Ireland.
Photo Credit : Trent Bailey Studio Photography

Bright Boutonniere

This gorgeous boutonniere features curled green wire, honey bracelet, fern, and other fun greens.

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