Pantone Color Of The Year: 2024 Peach Fuzz Wedding Trends

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It’s an exciting time of year! Everyone who works in, or has a passion for, the arts looks forward to the moment when the Pantone color of the year is announced.

The wedding industry is no exception. The visual arts, as well as our entire lives, are heavily influenced by color. The slightest shift in hue can change a negative vibe to a positive one or a cool feeling to a warm one.

The Pantone Color of the Year is most likely to have the biggest impact on society. This year, the renowned organization has chosen Peach Fuzz.

“In seeking a hue that echoes our innate yearning for closeness and connection, we chose a color radiant with warmth and modern elegance. A shade that resonates with compassion, offers a tactile embrace, and effortlessly bridges the youthful with the timeless.” – says Leatrice Eiseman, an Executive Director of Pantone Color Institute.

Brides Often Ask

What Are The Color Trends For 2024?

In recent years, couples have been all about picking colors that show off their personalities. Think cozy shades like sage green, terracotta, and dusty rose – they’ve been a hit for creating a sweet, romantic vibe.

Looking ahead to 2024, this trend will keep going strong. We might stick with those earthy tones that everyone loves, or we could see a shift to brighter, more daring colors. Imagine rich jewel tones like deep blues, emerald greens, and bold purples taking over wedding color schemes, adding a touch of luxury and style.

Why do we have a Pantone Color of the Year?

Because color is highly representative and possesses the ability to reflect what society is at this moment in time.


What Is The Pantone Color Of The Year 2024?

PANTONE 13-1023 Peach Fuzz embodies our longing to care for ourselves and those around us. This soft, velvety peach tone carries a nurturing essence that uplifts our thoughts, feelings, and inner selves.

Pantone Color In Wedding Attire

Bridal Dresses

Choosing the perfect bridal dress in Pantone’s Color of the Year, Peach Fuzz, is such an inspired choice! This soft and warm hue offers a delicate and romantic touch to any dress. When picking a gown in this stunning shade, consider the silhouette that complements your body type and personal style. A flowing A-line or a sleek sheath can beautifully showcase Peach Fuzz’s gentle tones.

Opt for complementary shades in accessories like pearl or gold jewelry, which complement the warmth of peach color without overpowering it. When it comes to shoes, neutrals like nude or metallic tones allow the dress to take center stage while adding a touch of sophistication.

Bridesmaids Dresses

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Peach bridesmaid dresses add a touch of elegance to the bridal party. They bring a soft, charming vibe to the wedding party. This color is versatile, and complements various skin tones beautifully. Peach isn’t too bold to overshadow the bride but definitely stands out enough to make a stylish statement in photos and throughout the ceremony. You can easily match it with neutral or metallic tones, allowing each bridesmaid to personalize their look with jewelry and shoes that suit their individual style.

Flower Girl Dresses

Peach flower girl dresses exude adorable charm, ideal for a sweet and gentle touch at weddings. Versatile and easy to accessorize, they suit various ages and skin tones, adding a delightful warmth to the overall aesthetic.


Pantone Wedding Decor

Wedding Arches

Peach-hued wedding arches, adorned with flowers or fabric, offer a romantic focal point. Flower-decorated arches or draped textiles in soft peach tones infuse elegance and warmth. They create a dreamy backdrop for vows, symbolizing joy and harmony in both indoor and outdoor settings.


Wedding Table Settings

Opt for peach-hued tablecloths or runners for a soft base. Accentuate with peach-colored floral centerpieces or delicate napkins. Complement with gold or neutral-toned tableware for a sophisticated touch. Candlelight in peachy hues adds warmth, creating a dreamy, romantic ambiance.


Wedding Signs

Use calligraphy or lettering in complementing hues for clear visibility. Consider adding gold or neutral accents to the lettering for a sophisticated contrast. They easily blend into the wedding’s aesthetic, adding a delightful touch of warmth and sophistication.

Hanging Decorations

Opt for peach-hued hanging lanterns, pom-poms, or drapes to infuse the space with warmth. Pair these with subtle gold or neutral elements for a sophisticated contrast. The soft, romantic ambiance created by these hanging decorations will elevate the overall aesthetic of your wedding venue.


Wedding Centerpieces

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Peach-colored flower wedding centerpieces offer a beautiful touch. Choose blooms like roses, peonies, or dahlias in varying peach shades. Arrange them in gold or neutral-toned vases for an elegant contrast. Add greenery or ivory flowers to create depth and balance. These centerpieces infuse the setting with a soft, charming ambiance, perfect for a dreamy wedding celebration.

Pantone Wedding Bouquets

Select blooms such as garden roses, ranunculus, or hydrangeas in varying peach tones. Pair them with greenery or ivory accents to add depth and texture. Wrap the stems with ribbons in complementing hues or opt for a soft peach ribbon for a cohesive look. Consider adding delicate touches like pearls or small jewels for a subtle sparkle.

Pantone Wedding Stationery

Choose stationery with soft peach hues or accents. Incorporate elegant calligraphy or lettering in complementing shades for a sophisticated look. Add peach floral motifs or subtle patterns for a charming detail.


Pantone Wedding Cakes

Consider a soft peach frosting or delicate floral accents in varying peach shades. Add touches of gold or neutral elements for an elegant contrast. Consider incorporating subtle textures like ruffles or watercolor effects in peach tones for a whimsical touch.

Pantone Wedding Cocktail Wall

Decorate the wall with roses, garlands, or accents to infuse the space with warmth. Use peach-toned glassware or garnishes for the drinks for a cohesive look. Consider adding gold or neutral elements in signage or frames for an elegant touch.


Pantone Color Of The Previous Years

For two decades, Pantone Color Institute has released a total of twenty-four colors of the year including 2022. 2016 and 2021 have two colors each, all forecasting global color trends.

Pantone Color 2023

Viva Magenta is highly symbolic of the times. It’s meant to represent the newfound strength and energy we emerge from trying times. It both celebrates the moment as well as our collective optimism for the future. It’s energetic and evokes the power of, and reconnection to, nature.

  • Viva Magenta seamlessly slips into most wedding themes. Wedding guests wearing the color will compliment the harvest palette of fall weddings, the florals of summer weddings, the endurance of winter weddings, and the vivaciousness of spring weddings.
  • Viva Magenta offers unlimited wedding bouquet combinations. Pair with white flowers and luscious greens for a traditional approach. Depending on the season you can also mix and match other pinks, reds, purples, and pale blues.
  • Although it’s a highly pronounced color, Viva Magenta oddly doesn’t compete with other bright colors. This Pantone color of the year also doesn’t demand attention. You can feel free to experiment with every rainbow color without worrying about visual chaos.


Pantone Color 2022

Thematically, Very Peri is very forward-looking. It attempts to represent the emotions we all share about the near future. Simultaneously, the color represents how we all got here and harnesses those emotions as well

  • Very Peri would be a very bold choice as the main color of your wedding palette. Brides and grooms are likely to prefer the traditional route and to enhance their black tuxedos and white wedding gowns with splashes of the award-winning hue. For grooms, think boutonnieres, ties, vests, shoes, pocket squares, and other accessories.
  • Be cautious with this color. A light purple on white could be difficult to read. If you are taking our design advice, make sure that the letters are large enough for even your most elderly guest to read.
  • Very Peri makes for a delicious-looking icing hue. This can be applied as a highlight to a traditional white cake with dried purple flower petals for additional ornamentation.
  • Finding an exact Very Peri Pantone match in nature will be difficult. However, there are some very close matches that will do the trick perfectly. Lavender, bellflower, balloon flower, and allium, or just a few of the options you have at your disposal. Compliment the purple colors with a variety of greens, whites, and textures for best results.

Pantone Colors 2021

There are two colors, comprising the ultimate gray and the illuminating vibrant yellow. Ultimate Gray 17-5104 connotes strength, calm, stability, fortitude, comfort, and resilience.

We see a light at the end of the tunnel and this is where the Illuminating13-0647 color comes in. Represented by the vibrant yellow, it signifies, positivity, continuity, hope, and nature. Its bright nature forms an agreeable contrast to ultimate gray.

  • The groom’s wedding attire doesn’t necessarily have to match with the bride or groomsmen attire. However, to create a cohesive palette, there must be a similar touch across the board.
  • Illuminating will take the form of embroidery, waistband, or floral motifs. A bride can pair this with a mix of ultimate grey for shoes and illuminating jewelry plus hair accents. These accents and accessories can either be simple or bejeweled.
  • Your wedding stationery gives you room to explore your wedding color palette. But it gets better as the illuminating and ultimate grey Pantone colors are perfect for different wedding themes.
  • The Pantone colors of the year 2021 redefine wedding cake creativity with its blend of calm and vibrancies.
  • Make your table more interesting by choosing a colorful theme. Use atypically shaped illuminating place and menu cards. Alternate between grey and vibrant yellow plates and glassware. Match napkins and centerpieces to this setup and add some white chargers.


Pantone Color 2020

The 2020 Pantone color of the year is classic blue, looking like the sky and synonymous with the return of a new day. It signifies dependability, trustworthiness, constancy, and credibility. These traits are very much needed in the current high-stress situation we are in. It’s also deep and calm, making it resonate with so many people.

Classic blue is a versatile color that can stand on its own and also blend with other colors. To use…

  • Classic Blue is a work of art, so whether touch or full option, they work for cakes. Apply it as crystal geodes, adorned colored flowers, ombré icing accents, or watercolor artwork.
  • If you’re veering away from an all-blue bouquet, apply it as accents. They range from classic blue ribbons, a sprig of thistles to your bouquet or buttonholes.
  • Have the bridesmaids wear classic blue dresses or get them matching classic blue swatches.
  • As the bride, take something classic blue to your wedding. For example, it could be a touch on your dress, bouquet, or hair.
  • To avoid overwhelming the eyes at the wedding, set the table with minimal classic blue. Incorporate it strategically at different heights. Like the plate, the goblets, the candles and, the candelabra.
  • Switch up your venue from formal reception to disco ready in a heartbeat. For example, fix up a mix of classic blue and neon heart-shaped lights in the background at the reception.
  • Create a cozy atmosphere at your lounge with classic blue throw pillows on muted tone couches. At the ceremony, design your altar with classic blue drapes and asymmetrical greenery.

The Pantone color of the year did not disappoint! Viva Magenta is a powerful yet gentle color that perfectly captures the sentiment of today and our collective aspirations for the future. The wedding industry is sure to have a lot of fun with the possibilities this color brings, and we look forward to seeing it absolutely everywhere.