Every year, Pantone Color Institute selects a color that will be prevalent in fashion, beauty, design, and interiors. The 2015 Color of the Year is Marsala, a deep, wine-hued color that is warm and robust. The rich hue translates well into weddings – whether rustic, bohemian, or classic – and can be found in bridesmaid attire, floral décor, wedding bouquets, and linens. Popular wedding flowers, such as roses, orchids, spray roses, dahlias, ranunculus blossoms, peonies, tulips, and calla lilies, can all be found in the vibrant hue.
Perfect for a celebration in any season, the shade bodes well when used as a statement color in reception décor or after-party lounge furniture, and also works beautifully when selected as an accent color for invitations and calligraphy or place settings.
Browse the images in the slideshow above to discover how you can incorporate the sensual hue into your wedding décor. From small details to large tablescapes, there are a wide range of options perfect for outdoor summer soirées, comfortable fall fêtes, dark winter celebrations, and bohemian spring affairs.