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Peach, Mint, and Navy Floral Wedding Invitation Suite {Jessi and Joseph's Wedding}

Peach, Mint, and Navy Floral Wedding Invitation Suite {Jessi and Joseph's Wedding}

Oh my goodness.  I am SO excited to finally be able to share these peach, navy, and mint wedding invitations with you today!  I feel like this design was 100% spot-on for Jessi and Joseph's wedding this past Saturday at 511 Palafox from the moment we first started working on it.  For their wedding, I provided both planning services and also designed all of their wedding day paper.  You will have to wait until the images from Cook Images are ready to show details of their wedding day and all of the pieces that were created, but this is a small sneak peek of the main designs that we created together: their wedding invitations, programs, and one of my favorite gold foil details, their reserved signs.

Color Palettes: Pantone's 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala! {part 2}

Color Palettes: Pantone's 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala! {part 2}

Hooray for Part Two of this Blog Post incorporating Pantone's Color of the Year for 2015, Marsala!  When I was putting this grouping together and saw all of the different boards together, I knew that it would be better suited to be split into two different posts.  So today, I'm bringing you four more ideas, that incorporate blues, pinks and greens into the marsala derived color inspiration.  This color can be incorporated into so many hues - from the deeper reds to the rustier reds that I decided to design them with the deep burgundy and purplish elements that are in this same color family.

For Part One of this post, please click here.  For Pantone's full list of 2015 Color Trends that they anticipate seeing, please click here to see the full palette of color prettiness.

Color Palettes: Pantone's 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala! {part 1}

Color Palettes:  Pantone's 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala! {part 1}

When I saw that Pantone had chosen their color of the year for 2015 to be Marsala, my mind instantly started swirling with ideas.  There are SO many different color palettes that you can create using this color, and every single one of them screams romance.  It may look like a bit of a rust red color, but I chose to use it as an inspirational color and design a few inspiration boards using the color hues in this color, incorporating the deep berry reds that are also in this color family, with burgundy, aubergine, maroons, and created a few different boards for you to use as inspiration for your wedding, if you'd like to incorporate this color!