Pantone 2015 Wedding Inspiration: Marsala

Dress: St. Pucchi 9456

Dress: St. Pucchi 9456

When Pantone announced the 2015 color of the year was marsala, a lot of people in the fashion industry were disappointed. But here at St. Pucchi, we knew right away the gorgeous possibilities for an elegant, marsala wedding. The crimson color oozes romance, and pairs well with glamorous gold, soft and pretty pinks, taupe, greens and even navy. The possibilities are practically endless, so we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite ways to incorporate marsala into your wedding day. 

1. Marsala Florals

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Photos: 1/2

Marsala and green are such a merry pair, the result is a beautiful botanical feel. A solid-color bouquet of deep wine-colored flowers can be simple yet sophisticated. You can also integrate cream and blush flowers for a softer look. When used in floral arrangements, marsala truly bursts with beauty. 

Dress: St. Pucchi 9452. Card Cage:  The Lace Moon . Cake:  Sweet Art Bakeshop  via  Style Unveiled . Invitations:  Jupiter and Juno Shop

Dress: St. Pucchi 9452. Card Cage: The Lace Moon. Cake: Sweet Art Bakeshop via Style Unveiled. Invitations: Jupiter and Juno Shop

2. Marsala Accents

Your groom’s tie, your wedding shoes and even your wedding cake are great places to incorporate a little marsala into your wedding day. Don’t forget to incorporate marsala into other places like your wedding invitations, placecards or even your wedding favors. 

Dress: St. Pucchi 9452, Image 1:  Source . Image 3:  Source . 

Dress: St. Pucchi 9452, Image 1: Source. Image 3: Source

3. Marsala Beauty

When thinking about your wedding colors, don’t forget to consider how your beauty look complements your wedding dress and the day’s decor! A bold marsala lip, marsala nails or even a dramatic marsala eye are gorgeous ways to use the color on yourself. Just remember, less is more! Go for a bold lip or eye, but never both. 

What do you think of marsala as a wedding day color?