Bridal Fabrics USA

An On-Trend Bridal Color Palette

It’s not just one color – it’s a Macaron palette of color from Pistachio green and dusty blue to a pastel peach.  Just like staring at the shop window of a patisserie, these meringue colors are of a soft, feminine composition.  Pastel shades of pink, peach, yellow and grey create the feeling of joy and harmony.

During the Haute Couture collections in January, these colors were all over the runway especially for Vera Wang and Monique Lhuillier. There was one particular color from the palette dominating slightly: green!  Forget Pantone color of the year Living Coral from 2019, the greens are definitely wading into the water for 2020.  Search up Water Green, Sea Spray and even Apple tones in floaty Chiffon or maybe a Peppermint Dupion?  Check out Valentino Spring 2020 for some tonal inspiration.

Here is a selection of green fabrics now available: get the color trend 2020 here!

Magnifique: Silk Crepe Backed Satin

With a super-soft texture and luxurious drape, Magnifique is a beautifully indulgent fabric. As versatile and practical as it is attractive, this 100% Silk Crepe Backed Satin can be used to create wedding gowns, bridesmaid dresses, ball gowns, evening wear and much more. There are 48 colors available, including a selection of green hues like Olive, Apple and Dark Mint.

Apple Silk Crepe Backed Satin - Magnifique

Tempest: Silk Chiffon

Weighing only 34gsm and virtually transparent, Tempest is perfect for adding overlays to  variety of wedding outfits. Any dress or gown can be given a fabulously floaty look using this beautiful chiffon. There are several green tones available (including Teal, Lime and Jade) along with plenty of other color options.

Apple Silk Chiffon - Tempest

Divinity: Silk Dupion

This lightweight fabric is ideally suited to creating bridesmaids' dresses. Choose from four pretty pastel tones: Pink, Peach, Primrose or Aqua.

Peach Silk Dupion - Divinity

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