By Khalidah Abdul Hadi
“Marsala enriches our mind; body and soul, exuding confidence and stability. It is subtly seductive shade, which draws us in to its embracing warmth.” – Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of Pantone Color Institute.
Pantone Colors are the most chosen colors when it comes to the wedding. But, this year, Marsala wins it all!
Yes. You’ve read it right. Marsala Pantone wins it all this year!
Imagine your wedding day filled with sexy and lusty red to maroon color or known as Marsala Pantone. Your wedding will be more complete with other things. The sense of love, warmth and sexiness will immediately rise in each one of those who sees it. This will drive you crazy and falls under the charm of its sultry hue and sophisticated color which can be translated easily into fashion, beauty, home furnishing and interiors. Well of course in a wedding it’s a MUST!
Fluffy Marsala-hued peonies is all what a bride needs to keep her beauty and flaunt her happiness.
Red bouquets can never be a sin, even if its a Marsala Pantone one!
By just sitting at a table with a bit of decorations that shows the exact mood of love from the bride and the groom is the most expensive thing in this world. The price of the love and joy that can’t be brought and can only be felt straight away when you enter the wedding reception will tell you how important the colour is on a wedding day.
School will also not be complete without its stationery and so do wedding stationery.
Wedding stationery is one of the important things when it comes to a wedding reception or ceremony.
A deep Marsala-colored invitation suite or a subtle hint with a vintage theme added as seen here, would be perfect for a wedding.
These Marsala-hued Dahlia flowers will never be lame no matter what year you tie the knot and it will surely brighten up your ceremony aisle. Not to forget to pair it with lots of lush greenery and the blooms will pop on your wedding day!
Who says that Marsala only looks best with the bride? The grooms will look more outstandingly handsome and robust with a Marsala boutonniere or tie.