When Pantone began the process of choosing a color for 2022, it set out to find a hue that captured the collective consciousness intensified during a period of isolation, transformation, and re-emergence. We are undergoing an unprecedented moment to say the least. Realizing this fact, Pantone created a completely new color for the first time in the history of its color of the year program.
Displaying a carefree confidence and a daring curiosity that animates our creative spirit, inquisitive and intriguing PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri helps us to embrace this altered landscape of possibilities, opening us up to a new vision as we rewrite our lives. Rekindling gratitude for some of the qualities that blue represents complemented by a new perspective that resonates today, PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri places the future ahead in a new light.
Combining blues with red-violet, Veri Peri is newfound, joyous, and calm. Simply put, it provokes the ideal mindset one wants when they are about to get married. For couples who have been waiting two years to say “I Do,” Veri Peri is the perfect color to express feelings of love, gratitude, and living in the moment, From vintage blue to soft purple, there are many wedding flowers that fall within the color spectrum. Here are pretty ideas for incorporating Veri Peri into your wedding day.
Periwinkle meets the eye with delightful shades ranging from blue to purple. Fresh and feminine, it is a wonderful floral color choice for the spring bride.
Loosely arranged and full of texture, this romantic bouquet mixes purple scabiosas, hydrangeas, and Nigella.
Real BB Bride Nicole carried a show-stopping arrangement of cascading light purple Phalaenopsis orchids down the aisle.
Some say color is the expression of love. Running with this thought, Real BB Bride Dayna punctuated her vibrant rainbow bouquet with dark blue hybrid delphiniums.
With its black center, the anemone adds mesmerizing allure to this purple and blush hued bridal bouquet.
Wedding Ceremony Backdrop
The chuppah and floral archway are the focal points of the ceremony – the design and style of these structures set the tone for the rest of the wedding day. Definitive notes of purple add whimsy and romanticism to the ambiance embracing a couple as they exchange vows.
Real BB Couple Rachel and Rich looked as though they found their own secret garden when they joined under an enchanted chuppah featuring dutch blue hydrangeas, lavender stock, and ocean song roses.
A mix of purple and gray blooms that included roses, wax flowers, and lisianthus with hints of silver were used to create this magical wedding archway.
Table Decor & Centerpieces
A tablescape underscored with a periwinkle palette creates an atmosphere that is both celebratory and serene. What’s so wonderful about this color is that it works with any style ranging from elegant to natural.
Real BB couple Jessica and Michael’s reception decor paired classic high centerpieces featuring pale blue hydrangeas, lavender stock, and ocean song roses with elegant purple linens.
Inspired by the flourishing grounds of the New York Botanical Garden, Sarah and Edwin’s summer wedding featured low centerpieces with lavender stock, lavender gray knight roses, and ocean song roses.
Available in a various shades of purple, the Iris flower captivates the eye, bringing organic polish to table arrangements.
Wedding Decor Details
In addition to focal elements, there are many opportunities for introducing colors inspired by Veri Peri throughout your weddingscape.
Lure guests to the dance floor with a hanging floral installation showcasing light blue and lavender delphiniums.
A card table featuring a manzanita tree adorned with a rhapsody of light blue delphiniums, dutch hydrangeas, purple garden roses, lavender lisianthus, and ocean song roses creates an unforgettable welcome to your reception.
It’s all in the details, and petite stems of grape hyacinth bring a sweet touch to the place setting.
Inspiring, romantic, and tranquil are just some of the adjectives that come to mind when we think about Veri Peri and its oh-so-pretty spectrum. Whether you plan to go full blue-violet or are just looking for ways to add dash of purple here and there, we hope these ideas get you excited for incorporating this year’s Pantone color into your big day.