Florals in Corals
Pantone announced that their color of the year 2019 is ‘living coral.’ We expect to see more corals in every aspect of design from fashion and furnishings to (of course) florals. We love all of the coral tones found in flowers of nearly every type, and seeing pops of coral in flower arrangements.
Coral’s appearance in these arrangements certainly captures the bouyancy, vibrance, and effervescence Pantone describes.
Coral Flower Arrangements
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In this arrangement by Nicolette Owens, romantic shades of soft-pink and coral, tulips and tree peonies spill over the brim of a classic urn in this playful arrangement, which is also comprised of calla lilies, Mokara orchids, spirea, Heuchera, and blue muscari.More Nicolette Owens Arrangements
For wedding chair markers, Sayles Livingston Design filled vintage, aqua Mason jars with 'Coral Charm' peonies and variegated pittosporum, along with seashells from the couple's hometown beaches on the Atlantic Ocean and the Caspian Sea.More of Our Simplest Arrangements
In Charleston, Heather Barrie of Gathering Floral & Event Design saw a whitewashed wall is an ideal canvas for this burst of coral blossoms including ‘Rilona’ amaryllis, bromeliad buds, lisianthus and ranunculus. Photo by Christopher ShaneMore Amaryllis Arrangements
Using blossoms as brushstrokes, Brooklyn-based floral designer Sierra Steifman creates an artistic arrangement of peonies, ranunculus, hellebores, azaleas, and other blossoms. Photo by Monica Buck
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Flower's Jessica Cohen shows how to make a garden rose bouquet, recreating her own wedding bouquet of peach colored Juliet and Campanella roses with coral spray roses, succulents and berries.
This grouping in shades of pink and coral that includes David Austin roses, dogwood fruit, euphorbia, and mistletoe by floral designer Kiana Underwood of Tulipina, elevates the poinsettia to a sophisticated status. Photo by Nate Underwood More Christmas Arrangements
A Foxgloves & Ivy creation of yellow, orange, and coral is ablaze with Aranda orchids, Gerber daisies, Dutch hydrangeas, 'Tutti-Frutti' mini calla lilies, and Monstera nestled in a frosted glass cube. More Orchid Arrangements
For Atlanta’s Swan House Ball, Alex Hitz teamed up with florist John Grady Burns and Soirée Catering. Silver pieces borrowed from Beverly Bremer Silver Shop overflow with coral, pink, and orange roses.Q & A with Alex Hitz
Sparkles carries a wicker basket of dahlias, ‘Lemon Pompon’ garden roses, ranunculus, diablo, ninebark, and chamomile—the perfect riot of color against her black and white fur. Photo: Liz Young More Flower Dogs
Persimmons spill over the container's edge in Ashley Beyer's romantic, garden-like, dimensional arrangement of 'Romantic Antike' garden roses, 'Distant Drums' roses, ranunculus, and other blossoms. More Ashley Beyer Arrangements
Ray Jordan and Janet Jackson of FlowerBuds conceived this lush arrangements sure to brighten any winter’s day. A cachepot spilling over with peachy coral ‘Vuvuzela’ roses and green viburnum blooms echoes the palette of the lakescape behind it.
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Tom Mathieu's chic bundle of apricot 'Rilona’ amaryllis with kiwi vine reminds us that not all amaryllis are red and white. More Amaryllis Arrangements
Floral designer Buffy Hargett Miller produced a summer-ripened arrangement of David Austin ‘Juliet’ roses, dusty miller, and peaches that looks inspired by a trip to the farmers market.
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A simple, four ingredient, arrangement of ‘Evelyn’ garden roses, flannel flowers, autumn eucalyptus, and porcelain vines. Designer Ashley Beyer notes, "I love the roses’ cabbage-like faces, and their scent is intoxicating."More Ashley Beyer Arrangements
Emily Kennedy demonstrates how to create a holiday arrangement using coral-toned dahlias, ranunculus, and spray roses with foraged ingredients and a touch of fresh fruit. "I wanted to create a centerpiece with wintry blooms and fruit while also using materials that can be easily found around you and that grow locally."—Emily Kennedy
Michal Evans accentuates the luxe decor of interior designer Suzanne Kasler's home with a painterly arrangement of ‘René Goscinny’ roses, mokara orchids, zinnias, and more flowers and berries.
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Tara Guérard’s pink and orange palette extends from balloons and drinks to flowers, with a loose bouquet of spring blossoms at a ladies tea.See More from This Party
Jackie Reisenauer's arrangements of red and coral-orange dahlias punctuate the tables at a Minnesota lakeside wedding reception. Photo by Laura IvanovaMore Dahlia Arrangements
Ingrid Carozzi arranges garden roses, spray roses, ranunculus, sweet peas, lisianthus, muscari, fritillarias, waxflower, quince, and fern into a glowing composition. "I try to look at the timeless versus trends as much as possible. In both floral design and as a general way of living, I like things that last a long time."—Ingrid CarozziMore Carozzi Arrangements
A fiery bridal bouquet of roses, coral azaleas, gloriosa lilies, ranunculus, and garden blooms left guests smitten. Floral design by Joy Thigpen. Photo by Tec Petaja More Bridal Bouquets
Jackie Reisenauer of Munster Rose in Minneapolis shares step-by-step instructions for making this linear arrangement of daffodils, garden roses and ‘Clooney’ ranunculus.How To
Pantone’s Color of the Year 2019 – ‘Living Coral’ Video
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