Pantone Wedding Colors for Bridesmaids

Today is all about the various colors of the years Pantone has released – Pantone Wedding Colors (since we are obviously looking at them from the wedding angle). Here we are going back 5 years to see what each color of the year was and some bridesmaids dresses that were inspired by the colors.

From 2011 to the current year 2015, I found really gorgeous bridesmaids photos that make me fall in love with each of these colors. These colors are; 2015 – Marsala | 2014 – Radiant Orchid | 2013 – Emerald Green | 2012 – Tangerine Tango | 2011- Honeysuckle

Pantone Wedding Colors Bridesmaids

Is it weird, that I always assumed Mint was a “Pantone Color of the Year”? I mean there was that time when every wedding was minting up so I guess I just thought Pantone declared it the color of the year. After my research for this post, I was shocked to find out it never was.

Question of the Day: Of these 5 colors, do you have any favorites or any one you are yet to try? For me, I am falling in love with Tangerine Tango now, it’s like I’m seeing it for the very first time!

Photo Credits: Marsala Bridesmaids photo by Jose Villa via Style Me Pretty | Radiant Orchid Bridesmaids photo by Freeland Photography | Emerald Green Bridesmaids photo by Justin DeMutiis Photography via Style Me Pretty | Tangerine Tango Bridesmaids photo by Josh Elliott Photography via Grey Likes Weddings | Honeysuckle bridesmaids photo via Donna Morgan Blog

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3 Responses

  1. Somiii

    Hi Gee,
    I am loving the Emerald green and Honey suckle colours. Imagine pairing them together, amazing combo. Tangerine Tango doesn’t look so bad either.

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    • Gee | KnotsVilla

      Hey boo! You seem to have a colorful eye by just thinking of combining them, lol, i love it! I would probably pick emerald and tangerine tango myself.

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