Every year, Pantone names a color to be the chosen “Color of the Year”. This year, Marsala, won the title and stole our hearts. The color is deep, rich, and full of sophistication. So whether you are planning a black and white tie affair or a shabby-chic wedding, we think there is a way for every style of wedding to use the color.
While Bianca is preparing to give a talk in Jamaica about how to incorporate the color Marsala into your wedding at the Jamaican Bridal Expo in September, we thought it was only fair to share some of our inspiration. Take a peek!
FOR THE BRIDE
As for the bride, you are the queen of the day. Adorned in a Marsala flower crown, you’ll be undeniable.
Bring a little color into your wedding day look with Marsala heels. #BEAUTIFUL
FOR YOUR GROOM
Head to toe, Marsala. It’s total GQ!
Velvet Marsala jackets are heaven sent! Paired with black pants, a white shirt, and a striking black tie — your man will be looking better than Gatsby.
FOR YOUR BRIDESMAIDS
Pick out a blush or mauve bridesmaid dress for your ladies to compliment your wedding’s hero color, Marsala. Tie in the featured color, Marsala, in their bouquets.
Like the mismatch look? Us too. Dress your bridesmaids in a combination of Marsala, Mauve, and Blush gowns.
FOR YOUR GROOMSMEN
Men in Marsala? Yes, please!
One of our favorite colors to match with Marsala is a deep blue. Dress your guys in blue and add Marsala accents through their ties and boutonnieres.
FOR YOUR FLOWERS
A bouquet full of deep Marsala florals and greenery is just what you need for your Marsala inspired wedding. You can tie in the marsala flowers to your wedding arch for additional color.
Add in pinks, cremes, and greenery to your floral arrangements.
FOR YOUR SWEETS
Allow your dessert to table to stand out and be a part of your wedding decor. Feature Marsala hued desserts whether it be cakes, donuts, or macaroons.
Make your drink table special with a signature raspberry drink.
What do you think of Pantone’s color of the year, Marsala? Will you be using it in your wedding?