6 Ways to Incorporate the Pantone Color of the Year Into Event Decor

By Hayley Panagakis, December 13, 2016

Pantone announced Greenery as its Color of the Year 2017 last week. It’s safe to say the refreshing, revitalizing shade is the new black for event decor as planners think up creative ways to incorporate Greenery into their room setups. Take these six designs by event production pros as living proof.  


greenery-allie-awardsThis year’s Allie Awards in Atlanta incorporated turf-covered love seats, ottomans and rugs from AFR Event Furnishings’ Grass Collection.












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Revelry Event Designers, along with design studio Mark’s Garden, embellished a bar with moss panels, natural lattice, succulents, orchids and a backdrop of hedges for an event at Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point, California.









tabletop-greeneryRafanelli Events used grassy centerpieces as a natural complement to the unfinished wood tabletops at Goodwill’s The Good Party in Boston.

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