For your mood board: ‘Peach Fuzz’ is Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2024


Colours are everywhere. They’re a language all of us understand and we regularly use them, consciously and sometimes not-so-consciously, to express who we are and what we’re about. This is no different on your wedding day. Arguably, colour becomes an even more important part of the message you and your forever person want to send to the world when you swap ‘I dos’.

According to the creative minds at Pantone, who are world-renowned cultural trendsetters and iconic change-makers in the visual design world, Peach Fuzz is the ‘it’ hue for this coming year. PRAISE BE TO THE COLOUR GODS! From rose gold and mellow ginger to faded apricot and soft salmon, the mood for 2024 is just exquisite – and very cosy. We also love the meaning behind Peach Fuzz, which was chosen by Pantone because it reflects a renewed and shared desire to nurture. While they were referring exclusively to life post-covid and other far-reaching global troubles in this regard, we can’t help but feel that such nurturing, along with tenderness, joy and other feel-good emotions, are central to weddings too.

At Jade McIntosh Flowers and Styling, we’re embracing this velvety blend of pink and orange for its warmth and surprising versality, as well as the impression it leaves – Peach Fuzz is radiant, gentle, quietly sophisticated, and undeniably romantic. In many ways, it effortlessly bridges the youthful and the timeless. And the best part? There are tons of flower options! Several of the items in our expanding hire inventory will complement this pastel prettiness beautifully as well.

Bring. It. On.

Our favourite peach-hued flowers for 2024

  • Anthurium
  • Apple tea carnation
  • Colombian ‘shimmer’ rose
  • Cafe au lait dahlia
  • Parrot tulip
  • Pincushion protea
  • Ranunculus
  • ‘Juliet’ garden rose
  • Stock
  • Hypericum berry


Our favourite JMFS hire items to match and enhance

Photography: Rope and Pulley, Lauren Anne, K3, Zac Graham, Red Moose, Clarity, Make Ones Way and House of Lucie Love

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