Three “Wintery” Shades to Go Perfectly with Coral
After extensive trend analysis and careful deliberation, Pantone’s color experts have selected Living Coral (a bright shade of coral) to be 2019 color of the year. Since it “was born” at ocean depths, it is often coupled with turquoise, aqua, and teal, which are truly summer shades. But what if you can’t wait to make coral your event décor staple despite the weather outside? Not a problem – there are at least three “wintery” shades matching coral.
Winter? It’s Time to Give Way to Dusty & Earthy...
Who told that the winter season is nothing more than cold and darkness? In fact, the period from December to February gives a myriad of options to stay on trend with muted tones and rustic charm. Whether you are looking to bring some life into your bathroom or need an eye-catching statement piece for your tabletop, please read on – our newly arrived products provide you with plenty of room for inspiration within this style!
How to Put Together a Hot Chocolate Bar for the...
Though the holiday season is on full blast, it is sometimes not easy to keep the fall/winter blues at bay. Since nothing can warm people up on a cold day better than a mug of hot chocolate, why not weave it into your upcoming winter celebrations? Whether you are planning to invite 6 or 25 people, putting together a hot chocolate bar is easy and fun! Non-believer? Read on and see for yourself!
Winter Wedding Colors for Your Big Day
A few winter months are left before spring – which means plenty of time for winter wedding theme! When picking your colors for your bridesmaids, flowers, favors and tablecloths it is important to go with what you love but also what is in style for the current year and months. Also you may want to create a winter wonderland theme – imagine all white with just a pop of color. One frosty idea would be to use white tablecloths throughout the reception, and dressing up the head table with blue tablecloths. Make sure all tables have a touch of blue though, in the centerpieces, table runners or chair sashes. Some other great colors seen on the runways for 2013 winter weddings include: Red Orange Pine Green Peacock Teal Grape Purple Chocolate Brown Ice Blue Ruby Red Olive Green Deep Navy Blue There are so many other color options to pick from. Make sure you pick which one best suits your personality and style. Something to keep in mind though are the colors that are hot for early 2013 weddings. Remember its okay to stay simple and neutral with a pop of your favorite color. At your black and white wedding include the accent color in your bridesmaid’s shoes and flowers. Then at the reception continue the accent color in the tablecloths and favors. To find your perfect color popping tablecloths check out TableclothFactory.com!