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Pantone Amethyst Orchid

  Pantone 17-3628 ("Amethyst Orchid") is this week's Fall 2015 Pantone color choice. This vibrant color is reminiscent of jewels and rich fabrics. Amethyst Orchid is an intriguing shade of purple with bold hues of pink, magenta and violet. Florals in this shade pair beautifully with neutral shades of cream, sage colored succulents and deep purple blossoms. Amethyst Orchid has been a creative and unique yet still popular color choice for wedding palettes this season. We have loved incorporating the color into wedding paper design as well - pairing it with shimmery gold ink onto purple paper and also in more traditional paper suites, using the color as a simple accent color behind the invitation. The color is versatile and works in both statement designs as well…

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Pantone Cashmere Rose

Pantone 16-2215 ("Cashmere Rose") is our next Pantone 2015 fall color. Cashmere Rose is a soft yet rich shade of pink. It is gentle yet vibrant which makes a perfect statement for wedding decorations and invitations. A shade of Cashmere Rose can be found in almost any flower arrangement and is easy to pair with different colors including neutrals and metallics. Stay tuned for next week’s Pantone color choice with more wedding inspirations. Also, be sure to visit Cardinal & Straw’s website and Etsy Shop:

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Pantone Stormy Weather

  Pantone 18-4214 ("Stormy Weather") is our next featured color from Pantone’s Fall 2015 collection. Stormy Weather is a cool yet powerful shade of gray with a slight tint of blue resembling the sky on a gray, overcast day. It is a timeless and cozy color that can inspire many different moods and sets a beautiful tone for a wedding palette. Notice how the color pairs perfectly with bright gold as well as pale pink in wedding decor, cake design, flowers and table settings. Stay tuned for next week's pantone color choice with more wedding inspirations. Be sure to visit Cardinal & Straw's website and Etsy Shop as well!

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October Orchard Wedding

  Happy Thursday brides! Today is the first day of October and we all know the season of fall is known for its pumpkin patches, colorful leaves, farmlands and perfect weather. Why not tie all the wonderful aspects of fall into your wedding day? An outdoor orchard wedding gives a cozy autumn feeling as the leaves begin to crisp while being surrounded by apple trees. This bride used the big beautiful barn on the plantation as the centerpiece of the wedding aisle with pews set up on each side for guests seating. The pictures above feature the bride and groom themselves as well as their wedding invitation and RSVP that were designed to look like a postcard. For more ideas, be sure to visit Cardinal &…

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Pantone Desert Sage

  Pantone 16-0110 is this week’s featured Fall 2015 Pantone color choice. Desert Sage is a fall favorite for brides getting married this season. Desert Sage is a soothing greenish gray that is a naturally inspired color. Wedding invitation designers have began to see a lot of this color and it is expected to become even more popular. It is a great color to feature on it’s own, but also pairs well with seasonal cream colored blooms and greenery. Look out for next week's color with more Fall 2015 Pantone colors. Be sure to visit Cardinal & Straw's website and Etsy store as well for ideas on your wedding invitation suite:  

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Fall In Love With Fall 2015 Pantone Colors

  Happy first day of Fall!! What better way to introduce Fall than to share the Pantone color palette for this season. The new season displays earthy neutrals with a range of bold color statements and patterns which is perfect for any wedding theme and invitation suite. Designers chose these colors to define both a masculine and feminine interpretation of hues and color combinations. Cardinal & Straw will be featuring these colors over the next couple of weeks. Be on the lookout for our first color choice and demonstration on how you can incorporate it into your wedding theme.

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