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Image / Editorial

Wedding Trends 2018: Deep Purple Colour Pops


by IMAGE
22nd Dec 2017
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Apparently purple, more specifically ultraviolet, is the Pantone colour of 2018 and while we’re not quite sure we’re sold on it we are excited to see a richer, more moody palette on the horizon. Sure we all love classic soft pastels and blush pinks but if you’re of a bolder persuasion then why not push boundaries and go deeper? It could be a lone dark flower in your bouquet, an envelope liner or the colour scheme of the whole day but don’t be afraid of the dark side.

For more details and ideas, see Image Brides in the Jan/Feb issue of IMAGE, on newsstands December 28th.

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