Every year, Pantone releases its colour of the year and 2017’s is Greenery. Perfect for spring, green is a versatile colour that will combine wonderfully with a variety of other colours, making spring 2017 an exciting time to get married.
After choosing your colour scheme it can be difficult to match every little detail exactly, so the perfect solution is to use different tones of the same colour or several colours to compliment your main theme. Shropshire Petals share their favourite confetti mixes for matching with the top 10 colours for spring 2017.
Natural and simple, Greenery is the ideal colour for natural, rustic and outdoor weddings. Combine it with brights, pastels and earthy tones for a pretty wedding colour scheme. As green and blue colours look fantastic together, Shropshire Petals recommends a mix of different blues and ivory in smaller petals and green hydrangea petals for a bold contrast. This mix is made up with Icing Sugar, Blue Bird, Frosted Blue and Envy.
Comfortable and dependable, this colour is inspired by Niagara Waterfalls. Mix with pastel colours for a soft colour scheme. Shropshire Petals recommends mixing Niagara with Pale Dogwood and Island Paradise using Frosted Blue, Candy Floss and Duck Egg.
Warm and joyful, Primrose Yellow is a fun, bright colour that will be really popular this spring. Make the yellow really stand out on your wedding day by mixing it with ivory and Greenery. You can choose details in all three colours and mix & match for a pretty springtime feel. For your confetti, make the colours pop by choosing Icing Sugar as your base, then add in Golden Slumber rose petals and Envy hydrangea petals.
Bold and confident, this vibrant colour will be seen throughout 2017. Perfect for blue colour schemes as it looks stunning when combining with other blue tones. Shropshire Petals recommends mixing Frosted Blue, Icing Sugar, Blue Bloom, Duck Egg and Blue Bird for a bold blue confetti moment.
Fun and flamboyant, Flame is perfect to use for contrasting with other tropical colours such as Pink Yarrow. To really make a colour splash on your confetti photos, Shropshire Petals loves the mixture of Ginger Snap, Raspberry Fool and Clementine. Why not use the same confetti mix to add some extra detailing to your reception tables by sprinkling some on crisp white tablecloths for a bold colour pop!
The name lends to itself, the colour of water in paradise. This colour works perfectly with other tropical bright colours such as Flame, Greenery and Pink Yarrow. Spring 2017 is going to see a lot of tropical themed weddings, making Island Paradise the perfect choice for a colour scheme. As Island Paradise isn’t a natural colour, Shropshire Petals recommend combining Duck Egg with Icing Sugar and Golden Slumber for a subtler look.
Romantic and feminine, this soft pink colour looks stunning on its own or combined with bright colours. For a more subtle wedding colour theme, mix Pale Dogwood with some ivory and add in a few brighter details to your wedding day. Shropshire Petals recommends choosing their Pink Lemonade confetti mix and displaying it in pale pink confetti cones.
Tantalising and festive, Pink Yarrow is perfect for festival themed weddings this spring. You can really have some fun with this colour by teaming it with other bright colours or different pink tones. Shropshire Petals love a bold confetti moment, so they recommend keeping it simple yet colourful by using just their Cherry Blossom delphinium petals. This colour would also look fantastic combined with some ivory and used as a petal path for your aisle.
Earthy and neutral, this colour is a classic with contemporary elements. Combine this pretty colour with other neutral colours such as ivory and add in a touch of vibrancy for a chic look. Shropshire Petals recommend mixing Cherry Blossom, Icing Sugar and Promise, which is guaranteed to give you that magical confetti moment you are looking for.
Use the Shropshire Petals Pick & Mix tool to create any of the mixes above or something totally unique for your wedding day. For more confetti inspiration and ideas, visit www.shropshirepetals.com