Farewell, Marsala! We say goodbye to Pantone's 2015 Colour of the Year

Marsala macarons

Marsala macarons peppered with edible gold dust make for delectable wedding sweets. Image: Tulip and Rose Photography 

With 2016 peeking its head around the corner, it’s time to bid adieu to Marsala, Pantone’s 2015 Colour of the Year, one of our favourites in recent history. Marsala, it’s been a pleasure…

Marsala, whose name comes from the deeply hued fortified wine of the same name, is a rich, earthy red-brown tone that is warm and sophisticated. It well-and-truly made its way into the wedding industry. From Marsala bridesmaids dresses and bouquets too, here are some of our favourite uses of Marsala by brides across the globe.

Photo: Peaches & Mint

Marsala-hued folioage makes for vibrant boutonniere. Image: Peaches & Mint

Photo: Lora Arellano

Marsala coloured eye-shadow offered a unique take on winter bridal looks for 2015. Image: Lora Arellano


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Photo: Azuree Wiitala

Marsala is a most flattering colour for bridesmaids’ gowns and was popular throughout 2015. Image: Azuree Wiitala

Photo: Kai Heeringa

Marsala wedding invitations and menus paired with gold writing really pops. Image: Kai Heeringa Photography

Photo: Chaz CruzPhotography

Deep Marsala-coloured flowers offer a warmth that lends itself, in particular, to a winter wedding. Image: Chaz Cruz Photography

Now, onto Pantone’s 2016 Colours of the Year, and might we say they are a whimsical brides dream of pastel perfection!

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