Everyday Pebblefish publishes an inspiration board for the Pantone Colour Of The Day……yep that is an actual thing. Go on, check it out for yourself here.

Sometimes the colours are a joy, sometimes not so great, others simply inexplicable. We don’t get to choose them, however we do accept the challenge.

We try to make the content on these boards truly different, whether it be by event type, décor, food, fashion, flowers, lighting, venue……you get the picture.

However our main inspiration in putting these boards together, is to inspire you.

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October 8th – Pantone 17-3014  Mullberry


So full disclosure, I love a Masquerade Ball. The glamour, the drama, the elegance and sophistication, it just ticks a lot of boxes for me.

But almost without exception, when clients initially discuss their vision for their own masquerade ball, we’re talking classic Venetian – black, white and gold.

Now don’t get me wrong, Venetian Masquerade Balls are timeless, classy affairs and you are never going to wrong with one. And I will be first in the queue for tickets of you are throwing one.

But there is so much more we can do when planning a Masquerade Ball.

Andrew Lloyd Weber has ensured that The Phantom of the

Mulberry Pantone Chip

Opera has become a mainstay of this genre, with its striking splash of red, bringing a mix of danger and romance to the theme.

But let’s just take moment to fully appreciate the bold, brash, carnivalesque nature of the Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball. If you love colour, then this is the one for you.

It’s vibrant, exciting, unexpected and for lovers of the not so subtle, bling-tastic.

So be it Venice, Paris or New Orleans, my love for Masquerade is true.


Picture Montage of pantone colour Mulberry




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