Spring Wedding Fashion Inspiration

 Pantone’s 2016 Spring Colour Fashion Report


On our wedding day, we all know this is the day we want to look our best. Blow everyone away by putting on our pretty face, beautiful hairstyle, smashing shoes, amazing dress and our genuine happy smile. We say it’s the bride’s day but we definitely cannot forget our men. That means a fresh cut, nicely shaved face, fashionable shoes, and lastly a dapper suit or tuxedo. It can sometimes be hard to pick out your colour scheme for your wedding, and that affects your attire and many other aspects. Fortunately, we have guidance from Pantone’s Spring Fashion Colour Report that can help lead us in the right direction.

Generally people wear clothes to show off their personality, tell the world how they are feeling that day and make it known how they are different from the rest. Therefore on the most important day of your life, when you’re facing the person you love, this is no exception. With Pantone’s Spring Palette selection the feelings that arise from the 10 colours are of calmness, optimism and neutrality. Also, according to Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Colour Institute “Colours this season transport us to a happier, sunnier place where we feel free to express a wittier version of our real selves,” The 10 colours of Pantone’s Spring Fashion Report are as followed.

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For us women, our dress is essentially the most important part of the whole wedding besides marrying the love of our lives! And finding the right dress, that gives the right feel at this oh so right time is a must. For 2016 spring dresses, we are branching off into the neutral undertones and hues, a plunging neckline, and keeping it very classy. Here are a few beautiful dresses from Monique Lhuillier’s collection that are in both rose quartz and ice coffee.

If you want to really go for a dress that’s not just beautiful but out of the box for spring, here are three dresses from Romona Keveza luxe 2016 Spring collection. For this collection her three dresses display a calm and relaxing feel and the colours chosen to express those feeling were of rose quartz and peach tango among others.

For our men we are so used to the simple sleek black and white tux that will never get old and only gets better with time. But over the years we have lured our way into colour. Blue has become the new black and mix matching groomsmen attire (such as different coloured vests or suits, or wearing different colours but within the coloured complimentary pairings) has become the new solid colour pick. For spring 2016, the patterns are endless, the colours are popping and the blending has begun.


We only want to look and feel our best on our wedding day, and everyone deserves that. But not only do these colours work for your dress and suit, it works for your decor, bouquet and your cake. Show your true self to your partner and your guests, and feel confident doing it. For this upcoming Spring, be inspired by Pantone’s Spring 2016 Fashion Report and I hope to see you guys in your popping colours looking beautiful and oh so dapper.

Todays Blog brought to you by, Deneita Evans:


Deneita Profile PicDeneita being a recent graduate from George Brown College Special Events Planning Program, has always known the event planning industry was in her cards since the age of 17. From volunteering at countless big events such as Toronto Fashion Week, helping the designers prep their garments and dressing the models. Also, Canadian Screen Awards where she helped photographers grab the best dressed guests for the Academy. To interning for TIFF Bell Lightbox with the Events Department and working with the University of Toronto for their Spring Alumni Events. Her knowledge only grew fonder and her love for the industry only got much larger. With her experience in fashion, music, coordination along with her keen eye for details and not to mention creativity and organization, these attributes will only help her in her new love for weddings!

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