Planning a wedding requires more details than are probably necessary, and most brides-to-be are unaware of what they’re getting into until they’re elbow deep in a wedding planner’s portfolio. Once the dress is picked out and the invitations are sent, though, the overall theme of the wedding comes into play; the color scheme is integral to the rest of a wedding’s look, with everything from the bridesmaids dresses to the flower arrangements usually based on a decided-upon set of complementary colors.
But there are so. Many. Options. Burgundy and gold, Tiffany blue and beige, purple and gray...it goes on. So, brides take to the internet to spark some vision and inspiration. And as we know, Pinterest is a black hole for couples who are in the dark about how they want their wedding to look.
Luckily, Pantone is lookin’ out. The color gods over there partnered with WeddingWire, an all-encompassing wedding planning interface that’s useful for everything from finding a venue to setting up your registry, to predict the color scheme trends of the year and create inspo-worthy designs.
With everyone and their sister getting engaged right about now (WeddingWire reported that 40 percent of proposals happen between November and February, mostly due to the holidays), it’s a beautiful day to save wayward wedding planners. Thanks to Pantone getting in on this, the themes are gorg.