With the new year fast approaching, it’s time to get your 2020 wedding season planning in place. When it comes to wedding floral colors, it’s important to know not only the ones which are always popular, but also the newest trends. "By keeping up-to-date with the most on-trend colors for 2020, you’ll be a step ahead of the competition when you discuss floral ideas with your customers." Rio Roses presents six trends that brides and grooms—and their wedding planners—will be asking for throughout the coming year:
Mint and Forest Green
Neo-mint is the color of the moment in design showcases; it will be seen everywhere in 2020. This pastel green is soft and romantic, and is both elegant and versatile. Pair it with the darker shade of forest green and you have a stunning natural wedding look.
Caramel and Lilac
The versatile muted brownish-orange of caramel has made it a popular color in both fashion and design. Brown has always signified security and stability, with orange signifying warmth and happiness. Combine it with the luxurious lilac color and you have a gorgeous and meaningful wedding palette.
Champagne and Mustard
Warm, optimistic yellow is everywhere these days, the color of choice for many young people. That makes it ideal for a wedding color, particularly in the muted mustard tones which can also evoke a calming feeling. Along with champagne colors, this creates an overall sense of earthiness and historical charm.
Powder Blue and Aqua
The Pantone Color of the Year for 2020 was just announced: Classic Blue. Clearly, then, blue will be a huge color for the new year. While Classic Blue evokes a somewhat more traditional feel, you can also use a powder blue for something more contemporary. Combine it with a deeper aqua color for a gorgeous wedding color scheme.
Teal, Orange, and Gold
Teal is a slightly different variation on the blue trend, adding a truly elegant feel to a wedding. This greenish-blue color pairs the calmness of blue with the regenerative quality of green. Add warm oranges and golds to the palette and you create a sophisticated, elegant palette for a fall or winter wedding.
Red, Coral, and Black
Red has always signified love and passion, and is a perfect wedding color, particularly when combined with the lighter shade of coral. Living Coral was the 2019 Pantone color of the year and remains highly desired. Add in the sophistication of black and you have a palette that works well for both traditional and modern weddings.
For more information