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Pantone 2014 Color of the Year | Radiant Orchid

pantone 2014 radiant orchid delphineRadiant Orchid, Pantone’s 2014 Color of the Year (nearly identical to Delphine’s crocus ink color), is a bright, vibrant color that is perfect for a Spring wedding. Check out these gorgeous purple combos that are sure to wow any guest!

Sources || 1. Photo by Anna Kim | 2. Flowers by Bucaro Floristeria | 3. Styled shoot found on Ruffled Blog | 4. Chevron invitation design by Delphine | 5. Cake by Erica Obrien Cake Design | 6. Cocktails by Brides Magazine | 7. Best of 2013 by Southern Weddings | 8. Seen on StyleUnveiled.com | 9. Photo by Scott Andrew Studio seen on Project Wedding | 10. Flowers by Nina Kincaid Designs | 11. Photography by J Wiley Photography | 12. Colorful Resort Wedding on ElizabethAnneDesigns.com

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Lantana | Freesia, Forest & Crocus Color Palette

Color Palette Lantana Flower via DelphineThe Lantana flower, with its mix of yellow, purple and orange, looks like it was pulled straight from a fairy tale. It’s hard to believe they are real, but I promise they are. Delightful, right?

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sullivan’s island wedding invitation

Sullivan’s Island is one of my favorite floral wedding invitation designs. It’s not one of our most popular, but I still love it. I was inspired by the sweet butterflies and pretty wild flowers along the sand dunes. Every time someone orders it I am reminded of walks along the beach on the South Carolina coast, where I consider home.

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haute off the press: chrysanthemums in aubergine

The leading color trend for 2010 wedding invitations here at the Delphine studio was aubergine purple. About half of the invitation orders we processed this year used some shade of purple. In design trends, our CHRYSANTHEMUMS design was one of the most popular designs this year. Normally I’m not much of a purple-lover, but I really do love the way this aubergine and crocus Chrysanthemums wedding invitation turned out.

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in the press: InStyle Weddings

It is bittersweet to be included in the latest (and last ever) issue of InStyle Weddings magazine — on newstands now. I’m so sad to see the magazine go, but am encouraged that I have heard from so many of my favorite editors there who have moved on to other fun jobs and projects. Thanks, InStyle Weddings, for the love. Miss you already!

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real event: tessa’s quinceanera

Here’s a preview of a new design: Tessa. We created it for our dear friend’s daughter in honor of her quinceanera. When Tessa told me she wanted crocus, celadon and lilac inks together I will admit I was a bit skeptical. But the 15 year old was right: it’s a super pretty color combo!

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new from charleston collection: sullivan



sullivan design, new from delphine‘s charleston collection


“Sullivan,” one of the new designs from our upcoming Charleston Collection, is named after Sullivan’s Island, the “next door island” to where I grew up (Isle of Palms, South Carolina). I chose the deep marine blue ink because it reminds me of summer nights on the island, and the bright crocus ink is a nod to my mom’s favorite color circa 1983!

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