It's nearly time for Pantone to announce their colour of the year for 2020, but before we develop a new colour crush, here's a reminder why Pantone Living Coral still gets our hearts racing. Those flowers! That suit! We've got all the heart eyes going on here.


With styling by Fresh and Wood, this elopement style shoot compliments the centuries-old ‘Mas Casamitjana’ with touches of sleek modernism. The stunning palette of soft pinks, peaches and living coral perfectly offset the modern-rustic tones of the Masia farmhouse.


"The house was perfect as a starting point for a Spanish - Mediterranean inspiration with modern touches. Connecting the venue's tradition with more industrial materials (like methacrylate and brick) as well as ceramics. I wanted to use the colour Pantone of the year, Living Coral, but at the same time, I wanted to run away from the typical image (of this colour) and intentionally add more strength to it by mixing mustard and black coloured elements. The perfect union between the romantic and the innovative." - Silvia from Fresh and Wood

Pantone Living Coral

I bet it's not often you see a Groom in a coral suit, but oh my doesn't he look dashing! The dried grasses, natural stone and wood of the Barcelona wedding venue mixed with the bride's delicate lace wedding dress really make it pop! Complementing the venue's boho, rustic vibes are the vibrant Pantone living coral wedding flowers and immense courtyard tablescape full of acrylic signs, goblets and linens. There's also an adorable grazing table nook, full of cushions and sharing platters. Proving This Must Be The Place wedding venue really is the perfect spot for an intimate elopement wedding as well as a big celebration with family and friends.


"Mannon, the bride, wears Emanuela, a beautiful handmade Bardot dress by Grace Loves Lace. The understated hair and makeup by Imanol Fuentes artfully allows Mannon’s natural beauty to compliment the dress, with the playful Masario sunhat completing the effortless elegance of the look. The bride’s outfit perfectly mirrors the modern-rustic Spanish farmhouse and epitomises the shoot as a whole: an exquisite marriage between airy romanticism and sleek modern elegance." - Silvia from Fresh and Wood

If you're lusting after more dreamy Spanish vibes, take a moment to pour over another of our editorials at This Must Be The Place Barcelona Wedding Venue, with even more coral flowers, stylish setups and fabulous fashion.

Lorna Shaw

Written by Lorna Shaw

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Workshop organiser and Planner: Wild Ones Community- Nicola Dixon | Stylist: Fresh & Wood | Venue: This Must Be the Place | Wedding Dress: Grace Loves Lace | Hair & Makeup: Imanol Fuentes | Floristry: Studio Floral | Rentals: Ah Rentals | Stationery: Better with Co | Jewellery: Martina Dorta | Acrylic Signs: Studio BCN | Hat: Masario | Couple: Manon & Coristiaan
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