Pantone just announced their spring colour prediction of the year for 2013! At first I was not really astounded by this colour… at least not like I was by my Tangarine Tango obsession like [HERE or HERE or HERE]! But than I got to looking around and I was floored by how amazing this hue can look incorporated into a wedding. At first it seems to be a duller brother to Royal Blue, but as you take a look at this colour you can appreciate that it would be an amazing shade used to ground a colour theme.
The sapphire lends a royal touch to this baroque style cuff. Perhaps a piece a bride wearing white might consider as her “something blue”.
Doing a Monaco Blue cake takes a bit of a daring bride. After all, it is going to be a focal point at the wedding. Doing this hue in an ombre technique allows it to be understated so the risk of being dull is a minimum.
If you really want to showcase Monaco Blue in your wedding, consider outfitting our bridesmaids in this amazing colour that will not only flatter any figure but work with a multitude of skintones!
Perhaps you, my dear Shahzadi, are looking for a unique colour to don for your Sangeet, or a pre-wedding function (we know how many of them pop up throughout the duration of your engagement) This may be the colour for you… <3
All said and done, you most definitely don’t have to be getting married to be wearing Monaco Blue… The way I’m wearing it is… on my nails
My head is just spinning looking for opportunities to showcase the potential of this colour! I can’t wait to put together some more posts throughout the year showcasing Monaco Blue…