Wedding Inspiration | Pantone's 2022 Color of the Year

Pantone describes the 2022 Color of the Year, Very Peri, as a “color whose courageous presence encourages personal inventiveness and creativity,” and we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite periwinkle photos from local vendors.
Written by
Megan White


Wisconsin Bride Fall/Winter 2022

You can have a cool yet lively palette for your winter wedding as this bridal bouquet by Willow Design shows. The combination of delphiniums, thistle, snapdragons, larkspur and dried fan palms includes a touch of texture among the dreamy colors. (Photo by Elyse Bullard Photography)

Soft, delicate and subdued, this dainty bridesmaid’s bouquet by Atmospheric Floral offers a subtle hint of a soft lavender shade with lisianthus. Balanced by peony, snapdragon, scented geranium and jasmine, the overall look is complete with a floral gown. (Photo by Heather Cook Elliott Photography)

Pale periwinkle and white achieve just the right balance with ball dahlias, stock, flowering mint, roses and veronica in this timeless bridal bouquet crafted by Milwaukee Flower Co. (Photo by M Three Studio)

The harmonious hues of purple, white and blue in these tulips, anemone, muscari, daffodil, and viburnum foliage are a much-anticipated breath of fresh air after a long Wisconsin winter. Sunborn Gardens not only designed these centerpieces, but also grew all the flowers on their farm in Mt. Horeb. (Photo by Larissa Marie Photography)

Vibrant bursts of purple add richness to this bridal bouquet in the form of anemone buds and fragrant phlox, offset by fluffy, white dianthus. (Photo by Pink Spruce Photography)

Cheery arrangements like this one by Willow Design (shown here at The Treasury) flaunt a rainbow of periwinkle, lavender and purple blossoms, enhanced with dried grasses and leaves to add texture and height. A baby blue compote and sparkling votives add to the array with their subtle patterns. (Elyse Bullard Photography)

Any bride can feel pretty as a princess in this ephemeral blue and purple custom gown, “Cloud” by Kelly Szramek of Kelly Grace Bridal. Pastel gowns are of-the-moment, and Szramek created this dream come true (inspired by the ice castles where this photo was taken) to be “light, airy and fiercely feminine.” (Photo by Elyse Bullard Photography)