Every year, the Pan­tone Col­or Insti­tute ana­lyzes glob­al trends and announces next year’s col­or, and 2022 is no excep­tion. In this arti­cle Chan­fash­ion will tell you which col­or will become the main one next year, as well as which shades will be in trend through­out 2022. Use in wed­ding prepa­ra­tions and in choos­ing dec­o­ra­tions for your big day 🙂

Main color 2022

Pan­tone Col­or of the Year 2022 is Very Peri. The main fea­ture is that Pan­tone cre­at­ed this col­or itself, and did not choose from ready-made palettes.

Very Peri is about readi­ness for change, open­ness to every­thing new and accep­tance of one’s own bright­ness. If this posi­tion is close to you, then why not use this bright lilac shade in your wed­ding design? 🙂

Primary colors

Powdered sugar (Spun sugar)

Rich, cheer­ful and even a lit­tle child­ish shade of Spun sug­ar will help cre­ate a light and fab­u­lous atmos­phere at your wed­ding. This col­or exudes not cold­ness, but a lit­tle naive romance. Sup­ple­ment it with a basic palette or enhance the effect with bright shades — it’s up to you.

Pink gossamer (Gossamer pink)

Con­tin­u­ing the theme of sweet inno­cence with a hint of Gos­samer Pink. Light and airy, like a cob­web, it is per­fect for young cou­ples of the same spir­it 🙂 Pink has long been a clas­sic solu­tion for wed­ding dec­o­ra­tion, but who said that clas­sic is bad or bor­ing?

Namek (Innuendo)

It’s time to move on to bright and con­fi­dent solu­tions with a hint of Innu­en­do! Although the col­or is called “Hint”, but here we see an open man­i­festo with­out undue mod­esty and embar­rass­ment. Dar­ing cou­ples are sure to pay atten­tion to this allur­ing shade, which is espe­cial­ly well suit­ed for a sum­mer trop­i­cal wed­ding.

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Glacier Lake

Del­i­cate, noble and lux­u­ri­ous, Glac­i­er Lake blue is per­fect for a clas­sic ele­gant wed­ding. Ide­al­ly com­bined with cold base shades, light wood, ivory. And how chic this col­or palette will look at a win­ter wed­ding!

Blue harbor (Harbor blue)

The blue-emer­ald shade of Har­bor blue is the choice of real aes­thetes. Sat­u­rat­ed and rich blue is suit­able if you want to empha­size the sophis­ti­ca­tion of a wed­ding evening, your del­i­cate taste and love of lux­u­ry. Sophis­ti­cat­ed serv­ing, flow­ing tex­tiles and gold­en decor per­fect­ly com­ple­ment the pic­ture.

Coffee (Coca Mocha)

A win-win option if you want to cre­ate a warm and cozy atmos­phere at a wed­ding is a brown palette, in par­tic­u­lar the shade of Coca Mocha. This col­or will fit into a vari­ety of styles: from the free­dom-lov­ing Boho to the inhos­pitable at first glance Indus­tri­al style. Use gra­da­tions of brown in the design, dilute with light shades like milky and add more spot­lights for cozi­ness.

Dahlia

The bright lilac shade of Dahlia seems to com­bine sev­er­al extremes: on the one hand, it is quite bold and attracts atten­tion, but on the oth­er hand, it gives some kind of cool­ness and peace. The per­fect choice for a refresh­ing sum­mer wed­ding or spring cel­e­bra­tion!

Poinciana

Do you want a bright, bold and dar­ing wed­ding dec­o­ra­tion? The Poin­ciana shade is your choice! So that the decor and dec­o­ra­tion of the wed­ding hall does not seem over­loaded with the “empress boudoir”, choose light fab­rics instead of heavy vel­vet and dilute this red hue with a basic light palette. Shades of pink and orange will add vari­ety. The main thing is to give Poin­ciana more air around, and every­one will gasp with delight.

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Additional palette

Snow White

What could be more bridal than pure white Snow white? The per­fect com­ple­ment to almost any bright shade in the palette. In addi­tion, Snow white can also become the main col­or if you want to add an ele­gant and noble airi­ness to the design.

Perfectly pale (Perfectly pale)

The light gray shade Per­fect­ly pale is not as demand­ing and uncom­pro­mis­ing as pure white. Thanks to this, it looks soft­er and acts as a good base for accent col­ors, with­out drown­ing them out with daz­zling white­ness.

Basil

Shade Basil sup­ports the trend for nat­u­ral­ness and eco-move­ment. If you are close to the idea of ​​uni­ty with nature and want to cre­ate the effect of nat­u­ral­ness, light­ness and imme­di­a­cy, then feel free to add it to the wed­ding palette.

Northern drop (Northern droplet)

Cool gray North­ern droplet with a bluish tint is the per­fect addi­tion to the palette for a win­ter wed­ding. Rich, ele­gant and some­what aloof, this col­or will empha­size the lux­u­ry of the decor.

Poppy seeds

Unusu­al­ly dark for a wed­ding, Pop­py seed shade will be a good con­trast for light and light base palettes. This dark gray looks mod­ern and bold for a wed­ding, but if you’re not ready for such a rad­i­cal deci­sion, then use it as an accent col­or.

In order not to for­get a sin­gle impor­tant detail in the wed­ding prepa­ra­tion, use our Bride’s to-do list. We have cre­at­ed a step-by-step plan that will help you orga­nize the wed­ding of your dreams on your own. Detailed instruc­tions, user-friend­ly inter­face and impor­tant tips from experts — every­thing to make your wed­ding prepa­ra­tion eas­i­er 🙂

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