How to Very Peri-fy your wedding

Are you looking to make your wedding stand out? Then you might want to consider going the "Very-Peri" way.Announced as The Pantone Color of the Year 2022, Very Peri is described as a color "whose courageous presence encourages personal inventiveness and creativity."If you're getting married soon, here are some expert tips on how to have a Veri Peri-themed wedding.

#1 Experts opine

Home décor and wedding décor industries are enthusiastic to experiment with the new color palette."Very Peri, the official color of 2022 by Pantone is a shade between blue and purple. It's a very soothing, fresh, and versatile color. It can be paired well with soft as well as bold shades depending upon the wedding season," expressed wedding curators Aaradhana and Prateek Kashyap.

#2 Wedding themes

The color can be used with neutral shades like pastels, beige, and cream to stand out during spring and summer.You can add a touch of shimmer along the side for a classy look.For a colorful wedding, pair Very Peri with bright hues of orange, pink, and yellow.During winters, combine Very Peri with more colors like plum, burgundy, gold, and navy blue.

#3 Food and table

A very peri wedding cake can be a super attraction if you opt to cut one.You can also include cocktails or mocktails of complementary shades of purple and blue.The tablescape will light up brightly with some Very Peri candles, ceramics or crockery, napkins, or floral centerpieces.If your menu allows, try adding little lilac floral décor to boost your themed wedding.

#4 Little Very Peri details

Prepare Very Peri invitation cards and welcome notes.You can add Very Peri lanterns/candles, flower gateways, or curtains at the venue.Another option is to use white furniture with Very Peri upholstery.If you are throwing a pre-wedding party, don't hesitate to put up some Very Peri balloons.You can also have Very Peri inspired outfits for the party.

#5 Keep it muted

Needless to say how versatile this hue is, but no matter how cute you find it, you must not overdo it.Remember the basics--neutrals with a dash of gold or silver for summers; bold contrasts and a splash of gold for winters.It is important to understand that not everything can be Very Peri at your wedding.Consult your planner for suggestions.

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