Do you want not just a lux­u­ri­ous wed­ding, but ultra fash­ion­able? Then we have some­thing to tell you! The Pan­tone Insti­tute has announced the main col­or deci­sion of 2018 Ultra Vio­let – ultra­vi­o­let! The col­or is extra­or­di­nary, bright, bold, and today we’ll show you some ways to bring out this stun­ning shade of pur­ple in your wed­ding!

When you first open a palette of shades of ultra­vi­o­let, you may be con­fused — is it too flashy for such a cel­e­bra­tion as a wed­ding? Come along with Chan­fash­ion Let’s unlock the poten­tial of the most fash­ion­able col­or in 2018. Ultra­vi­o­let is not only neon lamps and out­fits of the Queen of Great Britain. We remem­bered space, rock crys­tals and geo­de­sies, and isn’t this a space for inspi­ra­tion?

In harmony with other colors

We’ve round­ed up a few col­ors that pair well with pur­ple, and you can use these ideas for your wed­ding!

Powdery, pink, lavender, beige & gold

Who does­n’t love the tan­dem shades of pink and pur­ple?! A real har­mo­ny of romance and grace. It must be admit­ted that this com­bi­na­tion is the most sought after and pop­u­lar among brides and florists. And you know, it real­ly looks like Dis­ney mag­ic!

Remem­ber that the main col­or of the wed­ding does not have to dom­i­nate every detail, it is enough to make ultra­vi­o­let accents. Unless you’re real­ly crazy about choos­ing Pan­tone!

Plum, purple, yellow and light gray

Most peo­ple would nev­er think of com­bin­ing yel­low with ultra­vi­o­let! But if you delve into the palette, you will real­ize that these two actu­al­ly com­ple­ment each oth­er! And they even look brighter side by side. That is why we advise not to fill every­thing around with such a cou­ple, but leave them the right to bright, atten­tion-grab­bing accents against a light gray back­ground.

Blue, light blue, mauve, magenta and teal

Blue and pur­ple pair well as both are on the cool­er spec­trum of the col­or wheel. You can use both lighter and dark­er shades of these col­ors to com­ple­ment and high­light your décor, flow­ers, and oth­er ele­ments. Just imag­ine what a star­ry night theme or win­ter won­der­land can be real­ized in such a palette!

Purple, magenta, grey, light beige

Pur­ple is said to be the col­or of choice of roy­al­ty, and con­sid­er­ing such a com­plex col­or com­bi­na­tion, it’s hard to dis­agree. Deep­er shades of pur­ple can be stun­ning accents against clas­sic wed­ding col­ors. Here are just a few brides dared to exper­i­ment. Do you have the courage?

Ultraviolet in images brides and groom

Because the col­or is so com­mand­ing and vibrant, you don’t have to use it lit­er­al­ly in out­fits to bring out the wed­ding col­or scheme. A lux­u­ri­ous bridal bou­quet in pur­ple tones will be enough! Offer your loved one an ultra­vi­o­let tie and a bou­ton­niere that match­es your bou­quet.

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A styl­ist-make-up artist will help to com­plete the pic­ture, using pur­ple and lilac shad­ows in your wed­ding make­up. And, of course, you should not refuse acces­sories that can empha­size not only the main col­or of your hol­i­day, but also the style: boho, vin­tage or shab­by chic, for exam­ple.

But who can reveal the col­or of the wed­ding ultra­vi­o­let in the full palette is your friends! More­over, it is no longer fash­ion­able to dress brides­maids in the same dress­es. And this is a great way to bring to life anoth­er fash­ion­able wed­ding trend — a gra­di­ent. Give the girls a whole palette of shades from lilac to ultra­vi­o­let, and your wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny will sparkle with col­ors!

Ultraviolet in decoration banquet hall

“Ultra Vio­let is a provoca­tive and aggres­sive col­or that sym­bol­izes the rapid pace of devel­op­ment of the mod­ern world,” says the Pan­ton web­site. Plan­ning your wed­ding is the most beau­ti­ful glimpse into the future, isn’t it? That is why ultra­vi­o­let can and should be adopt­ed!

But if a deep pur­ple hue does­n’t inspire you, don’t hes­i­tate to use its many shades!

Over the past few years, in dec­o­rat­ing a wed­ding ban­quet and out­door cer­e­mo­ny, there has been a ten­den­cy to fill the space with green­ery, flow­ers, nat­ur­al mate­ri­als, leav­ing design ele­ments a sec­ondary role. Last year 2017, when the shade “Green” became the main col­or, root­ed this fash­ion even more firm­ly.

There­fore, in 2018 we pro­pose to con­tin­ue in the same spir­it, to dec­o­rate ban­quet tables with flower arrange­ments: orchids, anemones, vio­lets, lilacs, hydrangeas and iris­es — bright rep­re­sen­ta­tives of ultra­vi­o­let in nature!

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Again, we remind you that ultra­vi­o­let has many shades, such as laven­der, lilac, plum, indi­go, and pur­ple. And all of them are dis­tin­guished by ele­gance and each claim a place of hon­or in the col­or scheme of your wed­ding.

What can serve as a bright accent in a wedding decor:

  • Seat­ing plan for guests and table num­bers
  • Table­cloths, nap­kins
  • Bal­loons
  • UV light­ing

Wedding cake in trendy color

What incred­i­ble beau­ty can be the main wed­ding dessert — your cake! Invite the con­fec­tion­er to fan­ta­size with col­or and shades, and you will get anoth­er high­light in the over­all col­or scheme of your hol­i­day.

Bright wedding invitations

The the­ater begins with a hang­er, and a wed­ding begins with wed­ding invi­ta­tions sent out 3–2 months before the cher­ished date to your fam­i­ly and friends. Let them, these mes­sages with won­der­ful news, be the first bright accent of the upcom­ing cel­e­bra­tion. Pay atten­tion to every lit­tle thing: text, envelopes and, of course, direct­ly post­cards.

We have revealed for you the main col­or of 2018 in all its diver­si­ty, Ultra­vi­o­let — bold and bold at first glance, styl­ish and sophis­ti­cat­ed in com­bi­na­tion with oth­er col­ors. Chan­fash­ion wish­es you, inspired by our arti­cle, to cre­ate your own unique hol­i­day!