Pantone's Colour of 2017
If you are in the world of design, chances are you have been eagerly awaiting for Pantone to release the official colour of 2017. I was checking every day from the 1st December, and I awoke on Friday 9th to discover it was Pantone shade 15-0343 GREENERY.
Pantone describes the shade:
"Greenery bursts fourth in 2017 to provide with the reassurance we yearn for amidst a tumultuous social and political environment. Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate and revitalize, Greenery symbolises the reconnection we seek with nature, one another and a large purpose"
You can see more on the Pantone website here.
These fun tipi inspired centrepieces by B Sweet perfectly capture the essence of green! Layers of textured foliage and feathers perched atop a low pallet table were a fun way to incorporate this colour at a fabulous 1st Birthday. You can see more from this event here.
Tall centrepieces create impact, and these luscious unstructured greenery balls perfectly suit the fairytale setting of Evergreen Gardens. Matched with willow overlays, and gold Tiffany chairs, this scheme is whimsical and engaging. You can see more here.
Lush table runners with cascading foliage are the perfect way to incorporate this #green into your wedding or event tablescape. For a natural look, match greenery with mahogany tiffany chairs and accents of eye catching gold. This setting was created in the rustic barn of Glenrock Farm, a Gold Coast wedding and event venue. You can read more about this venue here.
Image credit: Life in Bloom Photography
This stunning bouquet by Stem Design showcases this gorgeous green so beautifully, and it's made even prettier next to pale pink and whites. This image comes from one of our stunning venues, Villa Cervi.
See more of this venue and styling here.
Image Credit: Life in Bloom Photography
There is something so romantic about a garden wedding. Saying your vows surrounded by nature gives a dreamy feel to your wedding ceremony, and this Byron Bay celebration was nothing short of a fairytale.
Set in the manicured grassland of Victoria Park, we designed decor that would nestle into the landscape. Everything was given the green treatment from chairs to the arbour and signage.
You can see more of this wedding here.
There is still a large trend towards Rustic styled weddings, and this wedding held at Gurragawee Estate was perfect. The onsite barn was a relaxed setting for a white base in table linen and napkins, with bright pops of green matched with hessian and wooden accents.
We are yet to meet a bride who doesn't love our signature hanging gardens. This beauty comes from the talented hands of Stem Design, paired with our vintage wooden ladder juxtaposed with glamourous chandeliers.
These statement pieces are eye-catching and glamourous and can be customised to suit a variety of weddings and events.
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