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And the 2017 Pantone Color of the Year Is…


As someone with a degree in Interior Design and now working in the flower industry, my inner design geek waves its flag every year as we await Pantone’s big reveal! I’m sure many of you can relate, and this year was no different.

Well, the wait is finally over, and I have to say, I’m pretty excited over the 2017 pick! Not only is my favorite color green, but it goes hand in hand with the garden style that is so popular in floral design right now, and in my humble opinion, here to stay. On top of all that, we use the words “foliage” and “greenery” interchangeably, so both the color and its name couldn’t be more fitting.

To find out all the beautiful types of greenery (see how perfect it is?!) Mayesh has to offer, including but not limited to the products below, be sure to reach out to your local branch or sales rep to get your hands on all the greens! And if you don’t already have a sales rep, you can get started here.


So, what do you guys think? Are you into next year’s Color of the Year or are you already awaiting 2018?



Wholesale Flower Product Showcase March 2015

In this edition of the Mayesh Product Showcase, Beth O’Reilly highlights spring flowers that work into the Marsala palette, Pantone’s color of the year.

Featured product: Custom garlands, olive branch, bay laurel, agonis, spiraea, lilacs, jasmine vine, Japanese ranunculus, clematis, fritillaria, artemisia and Japanese lisianthus.



Watch now and contact your sales rep to order any of these blooms to spice up your flower cooler!


Inspired Floral Design with Beth O’Reilly: Marsala Spring Wedding

For the March installment of Inspired Floral Design, Beth O’Reilly AIFD shows us a “New Traditional” bouquet using a more free form garden technique and also highlighting Pantone’s color of the year, Marsala. This is a throwback style to the 40’s and 50’s where big is back and better than ever!

Featured product: Bay laurel, olive branch, antique hydrangea, jasmine vine,  garden roses, Japanese sweet pea, Japanese ranunculus, spray roses, pieris japonica, dahlias, Japanese lisianthus, garden roses and clematis.

Featured hardgoods: Contemporary containers from UCI


2015 Pantone Color of the Year: Marsala

2015 Pantone Color of the Year Marsala


Yep, it is officially that time of the year!  No, I’m not talking about the holidays, but rather the time when Pantone announces its color of the year!  For all of us design and color nerds, this news is always exciting.  As you may already know, the 2015 Pantone Color of the Year is Marsala.  I wanted to provide a little Marsala floral inspiration and wanted to find out what you think about it (click to view board on Pinterest).  Do you think Marsala will be a popular color for weddings, events and everyday florals?


2015 Pantone Color of the Year

Floral, Wedding & Event Trend: Golden Glitz

I have had a passion for gold for a long time.  Even when it was on-trend to have platinum rings, I chose gold for mine.  It is classic and brings sophistication to a variety of color palettes.   Metallics have been on trend for awhile, but it seems that since the release of this year’s The Great Gatsby movie, gold has come into its own once again and is the top metal to accent florals, weddings and events.  Glimmering gold works well with the 2014 color of the year, Radiant Orchid, blush, pink, red, black, brights, pastels, and everything in between!  I think my favorite combination is either black and gold or blush and gold.  In honor of this glitzy color, I pulled together a Pinterest board for you and a few Instagram shots (below).  I hope you enjoy!


How do you feel about gold?


Pantone Color of the Year 2014: Radiant Orchid

Yesterday, Pantone announced its 2014 color of the year, Radiant Orchid!  While this color is beautiful combination of purples and pinks, it seems that it is controversial (isn’t every color??).  I was convinced that the new color of the year would be a deep blue of some sort.  iStockphoto even asked color experts for their predictions and no one came close!!  Color really evokes many different emotions from people depending on their life experiences.  But following last year’s color, Emerald (not my favorite), I think it is a great color that the floral industry will embrace as it represents joy, love and health.  Radiant Orchid will go well with pastels, as well as the richer tones of purple and fuchsia.  I can see this color combined with metallic as well, especially gold, which is super on trend right now.

Need a little Radiant Orchid floral inspiration?  Be sure to check out our Pinterest board below.  Share with us how you envision Radiant Orchid being used in the coming months in the comments below!!


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