Jewish Wedding Trend: 2018 Pantone Color of the Year

Every year, we wait with baited breath for Pantone’s official announcement on the next “it” color and this time around was certainly no exception. Ultra Violet was dubbed the color of 2018, meaning this punchy purple shade is about to take the fashion, interior design, and of course, the wedding industry by storm.

Not sure how to incorporate this bright pop of color into your Jewish wedding day? Don’t sweat it. We swept through the Modern Jewish Wedding archives in search of the absolute prettiest Ultra Violet inspiration and found examples of purple color palettes done so right.

Oh, and just in case you’re wondering where to buy your Ultra Violet ketubah? We’ve got you covered.

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Photo credits: Shoes and invitation image: tPoz Photography//Bouquet and bridesmaids image: Caroline Ross Photography

With Ultra Violet at the forefront of 2o18 color trends, we’re predicting a shift in weddings to embrace bolder, moodier tones all across the board. And no matter what time of year you’re heading to the chuppah, this striking shade can complement a color palette in so many ways. Whether you weave it in with neutrals, opt for an ombre look, or let the shade stand all on its own, it’s a color that can look chic in a variety of ways. Take a peek at our favorite examples to snag some inspiration for your own special day.

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Photo credits: Chuppah and bridesmaids image: Chelsea Elizabeth Photography// Invitation image: Living Radiant Photography//Cake image: Coppersmith Photography

Now that you’ve seen how it’s done, we want to hear what you think. Share in the comments whether you’re planning to add a touch Ultra Violet to your color palette!

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