It’s our favorite time of year! Pantone just revealed the Color of the Year- and it’s not just one, but two gorgeous colors! A warm Rose Quartz and a soft Serenity blue are a breath of fresh air from past vivid colors such as Marsala and Radiant Orchid. These two colors compliment each other so well and we are excited to incorporate these pretty pastels into our wedding stationery! Think Rose Quartz wrappers and envelope liners with big bold calligraphy in Serenity! Swoon!
“Joined together, Rose Quartz and Serenity demonstrate an inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue, reflecting connection and wellness as well as a soothing sense of order and peace.” – Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Here are a few wedding invitations we currently offer with colors similar to Rose Quartz and Serenity- Blush and Sky Blue!
Our gorgeous Flowing Script wedding invitations in blush pink are so darling and delicate. The Bride and Groom’s names just look stunning in our elegant calligraphy type, don’t you think? Add a sky blue wrapper to and added bonus!
1940s– Our most classic and traditional wedding invitations! These beauties are shown in sky blue with a matching vertical striped envelope liner. Featuring a delicate script font and a timeless sans-serif type, this stationery suite is sure to create a classy, yet romantic feel.
Timeless and elegant, our Timeless Script wedding invitations look fabulous in blush pink! Complete with a matching belly band and a crosshatch envelope liner, these will surely compliment your Rose Quartz and Serenity color palette!
Complete with brackets and addition signs, this stationery suite is the perfect combination for your mathematical wedding! The pink script adds a little bit of whimsy to these gorgeous modern invitations. Our Addition of Love Script wedding invitations are paired with a chevron envelope liner in sky blue with a white wrapper complete with rose accents.
There are several combinations for this duo! Here are a few that Pantone recommends:
We are crushing hard on these soft and tranquil colors. Be sure to keep and eye out for some pretty Rose Quartz and Serenity inspiration! Will you be incorporating these pastels into your wedding palette?