Pantone Rose Quartz Serenity Wildflower Watercolor Floral Bat Mitzvah Invitation Set

Pink and blue floral Bat Mitzvah invitation set

Rose quartz and serenity wildflower watercolor floral Bat Mitzvah invitation set

Does your daughter love pink and purple? Does she want a floral themed Bat Mitzvah? If so, then consider this pink and blue floral Bat Mitzvah invitation set. This unique pink and purple floral Bat Mitzvah invitation collection is whimsical and features trendy watercolor wildflower flowers. It also features trendy Pantone colors that are pretty pastel shades of pink and blue.

Every year, Pantone, a world-renowned authority on color, announces their pick for color of the year. The idea is to set the stage for the year’s fashion colors based on the mood and attitude of our culture for that particular upcoming year. According to Pantone, the idea behind the “color of the year” is that it is “a symbolic color selection; a color snapshot of what we see taking place in our culture that serves as an expression of a mood and an attitude”.

rose quartz and serenity color swatch2016’s color of the year selection was a bit different. Instead of choosing just one color, Pantone chose two. The two colors are Rose Quartz and Serenity. Rose Quartz is a pastel pink and Serenity is a pastel blue (some might even consider it somewhat purple). Serenity looks similar to lavender and you could probably say that Rose Quartz is similar to baby pink or blush pink.

Why did Pantone choose these two colors this year? In their opinion, in these turbulent stressful times, people are yearning for colors that provide a “soothing sense of order and peace”. We yearn for “reassurance and security”. The warmth of Rose Quartz is balanced by the coolness of Serenity. When things are balanced, there is a sense of “wellness” and “connection”. Further, according to Pantone, “Rose Quartz is a persuasive yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure. Serenity is weightless and airy, like the expanse of the blue sky above us, bringing feelings of respite and relaxation even in turbulent times.

So, how does that effect your Bat Mitzvah planning for 2016? Well, you could choose to use these two colors as a color theme for your daughter’s Bat Mitzvah. They really do look beautiful together and are actually a great shade for girls of this age. Soft, almost fairytale like, they have a magical feel to them. They have an optimism that works well for a coming of age party.

What is the most important part of coming of age? Our answer to that question is hope for the future. A sense that things will be ok and that the Bat Mitzvah girl has a bright, magnificent future ahead of her. After all, it is a big part of what fairytales are all about… that despite a lot of struggles, hope and goodness win in the end.

To that end, your daughter’s Rose Quartz and Serenity fairytale Bat Mitzvah is sure to be a hit! The above pictured fanciful, fairytale feel Rose Quartz and Serenity watercolor wildflower floral Bat Mitzvah invitation set is a great way to invite your guests to the event. The soft and feminine design features a simulated shimmery Rose Quartz pink background with a Serenity, Rose Quartz, and Smoke Green watercolor painting style wildflower floral bouquet. Watercolor painterly designs are also trendy for 2016 and, in this case, adds to the fairytale, romantic, soft style. This is a great design for a Bat Mitzvah in the spring or summer.

This pink and blue floral Bat Mitzvah invitation design by designer Wasootch is exclusive to Lemon Leaf Prints. Your daughter’s Hebrew name can be added free of charge with your purchase.

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Available for purchase with this Rose Quartz pink and Serenity blue floral Bat Mitzvah invitation set are an invitation, a reception insert card, a rsvp reply card, a folded thank you card, and mailing labels. To purchase any of these items, click the links below to visit each item’s product page.

Want any other items to match this pink and blue floral Bat Mitzvah invitation set design or have questions about the design? Contact the designer, Wasootch, using the “ask the designer” link on any of the above product pages and Shannon from Wasootch will help with any questions or requests.