Pantone Color of the Year Inspiration

Peachy, salmon, coral colors have been some of my all-time favs for decades. When I lived in Southern California, my home was decorated in a beachy style with soft aqua blue walls and coral accents. Although my home is more neutral these days, I can't resist a pop of coral come summertime.

When I found out that Living Coral was the Pantone Color of the Year, I did a little happy dance. And since I'm so ahead of my time (hee, hee, hee), I had already been eyeing some dahlias that would approximate this peachy color for my summer and fall brides. So, without further ado, I give you a sneak peak into my Living Coral dahlia palette for this year. I can't wait until my tubers come in, and I can plant these beauties!
I searched high and low for this beauty that I think looks like a coral version of the popular Cafe au Lait dahlia.

This little charmer is the perfect size for wedding bouquets and promises to be a prolific bloomer.

I love ball dahlias and this multi-hued cutie is going to be so fun to design with.
How romantic is this baby?! I'm in love with this soft peachy color.


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