The 2020 Pantone Color of the Year has been announced as Classic Blue. Chosen for its ability to instill calm, confidence, and connection, the Color Institute shares that the hue highlights the desire for a stable and dependable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era – a perfect sentiment for a wedding day. It can be easily incorporated in the wedding setting. So if you’re in the midst of planning your 2020 wedding, perhaps take a moment to consider incorporating Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2020, Classic Blue, into your celebrations
Opulent Yet Classy
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“A timeless and enduring blue hue…Classic Blue is elegant in its simplicity. Suggestive of the sky at dusk, the reassuring qualities of the thought-provoking PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue highlight our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.”— Pantone
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The classic blue color is an emerging trend in the 2020 choice of colors. Modern grooms are ditching the traditional black and going the ‘blue’ way. It looks elegant and voguish at the same time and adds fresh flair to the attire. This color is widely seen in the bridesmaid dress as well.
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If you are hosting a fairytale or rustic theme wedding, this 6-tier wedding cake would be a beautiful and classic choice. We love the edible flower designs which seamlessly enhances the cake’s beauty.
Elevates Your ‘Blue’ Mood
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Let your guests elevate their mood and forget ‘feeling blue’ by having classical blue signboards. This color goes well both for indoor and outdoor wedding setups.
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Acrylic blue colors look aesthetically appealing in wedding invitations. These tones are subtle and are paired up with colors like gold, blush, and grey to give a pastel look. If you want to go the royal way, try golden and classic blue combination which is simply elegance personified.
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Adding blue tablecloth adds a considerable amount of opulence to the overall decor theme. Adding blue cutlery is also one of the ways to incorporate Pantone Color of the Year at your wedding. The subtle pops of the shade in the crockery also add to the sophisticated color palette.
Flowers Don’t Feel Blue!
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Although not a color for wedding flowers, when paired up with white and floral sprigs, this color does wonders. Keep it minimal and simple by not adding different colors.
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The best part about this color is that it is easily available. Incorporate this color is your wedding in a natural way by using the sky or the beach as the background and you are all set to go for a mesmerizing retreat.
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