2015 Color of the Year: Marsala in Wedding Invitation Design

Earthy. Hearty. Confident. Rich. And in our view, at Kleinfeld Paper, Authentic. These are just some of the symbolic interpretations of Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year: Marsala.

To the visible eye, this color is a wine-red with brown undertones. It’s a wonderfully gender-neutral color that can be transformed depending on how it’s used. At Kleinfeld Paper, we love its versatility in wedding invitation design. Marsala has the ability to work beautifully as:

  • a neutral when paired with other colors;
  • a primary stand-alone color; or
  • simply an accent in an overall wedding invitation suite.

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From flowers to wedding party attire to table settings, and yes, of course, wedding invitations, we’re excited about this year’s color for its look of authenticity that is also grounded in craftsmanship, quality, and luxury. For more from the world’s foremost trendsetter and tastemaker in color, find out more about this year’s unique choice by Pantone right here.

Creating Your Wedding Invitation Design Color Palette

It’s easy to get this look using ‘Wine’, available now from our own Kleinfeld Paper color palette. Depending on the printing process you choose, Kleinfeld Paper helps you customize the look you want using colors that work for your wedding day whether you shop in-store or online.  You can view our entire color palette with the professional eye of an expert at one of our retail stationery partner stores, including our own Kleinfeld Paper boutique in Manhattan. If you’re already planning a trip to Kleinfeld’s for your wedding dress, be sure to make an appointment with a Kleinfeld Paper Invitation Specialist. Or, for something closer to home, find a retailer near you.

For more inspiring ways to use Marsala in your wedding, and to keep up with the latest color trends, follow us on Pinterest and check out our special Pinterest board, Pantone Color of the Year.


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