What a beautiful shade! Ever since I remember, I have always loved to incorporate the colour of the year into my event designs, and this year is no different! Peach Fuzz is here and ready to inspire with its symbolism of nurturing, empathy, and compassion, with a focus on self-care.

The reason behind this choice of colour comes from the very tough past years, as the Pantone team decided that, considering all the wars, natural disasters, and financial aches, it is time for a self-soothing colour to remind us to take a pause and invest in wellness.

Now, how can we incorporate this self-care colour across different elements of event planning?

Here are a few ways you can!

Positive Branding

This year is all about spreading positive vibes, so featuring this sweet, soothing colour can show your guests that you care about them. You can do so by incorporating the colour of the year in accent colours, flyers, and limited-edition promotions. And even your F&B stations!

All About the Peach Ambiance

‘Peach Fuzz’ is a warm and vibrant hue from the spring palette. By using its delicate and inviting charm in lighting setups, you can craft a cozy and welcoming environment. This approach allows attendees to relax and unwind at the event.It’s like getting a great big HUG!

Event Design Elements

An exciting way to incorporate the ‘Peach Fuzz’ theme is through textured decor or floral design. Think faux suede and velvet to let guests not only see but also feel the texture and softness, as well as the smell of peach roses.

However, if you find all peach colouring overwhelming or too feminine, you can opt by pairing it with colours that contrast it, such as blues and teal colours to break the warmth or instead use grey tones to complement it. Or if you feel adventurous, be open to incorporating nostalgic and modern themes to create a uniquely appealing aesthetic.

Another way is to have your staff wear uniforms in peach colours. This serves two purposes: A) to distinguish them from the guests, and B) to create a harmonious, memorable look.

Digital Integration

Keep your invitations, cards, and all things digital cohesive by using ‘Peach Fuzz’! This integration ensures that everything, from the physical to the digital realm, resonates with the warm and inviting theme. If you do that, your guests will have a seamless and unified experience.

Not Just Peaches: Culinary Inspirations

Pink cocktails! Who does not love a sweet and pinky drink? Here are two ‘Peach Fuzz’ inspired drinks:

Prep: 3 mins Total: 3 mins Serving: 1 Serving Yield: 1 drink 


  • ⅓ cup peach juice  
  • ⅓ to ½ cup lemon-lime soda, to taste  
  • 1 ½ tablespoons grenadine  

Steps to Make It:  

  • Gather the ingredients.  
  • Pour the peach juice over ice into a highball or old-fashioned glass.  
  • Fill with soda.  
  • Slowly pour the grenadine into the drink—it will sink to the bottom and gradually rise, integrating into the drink.  

Recipe Variations: Use ginger ale instead of lemon-lime soda or top the drink with citrus-flavoured sparkling water.  

Recipe by: Colleen Graham  

Source: The Spruce Eats – https://www.thespruceeats.com/sparkling-peach-sunrise-recipe-760350 

Holiday Relaxer Cocktail: 

Total Time: 5 minutes Cuisine: American Servings: 1 Serving Calories: 305 kcal  


  • ½ glass ice  
  • 30 ml peach schnapps  
  • 30 ml vodka  
  • 30 ml coconut rum  
  • 6 ounces pineapple juice  
  • splash cranberry juice cranberries to garnish  


  • Fill a 14-ounce cocktail glass half full of ice.  
  • Pour peach schnapps, vodka, and coconut rum over ice.  
  • Pour in pineapple juice and a splash of cranberry juice.  
  • Garnish with fresh cranberries and serve.  

Recipe by: Lisa Johnson  

Source: Cooking with Curls – https://cookingwithcurls.com/2015/11/21/holiday-relaxer-cocktail/ 

But do not stop at drinks, you can also have desserts and a whole table of foods in the hue of peaches!

In conclusion

‘Peach Fuzz’ is a fun and versatile colour to incorporate into your event design. You can make it the main highlight or use it as an accent, it is all up to you!

Try it in your next event and let us know what you think. If you are feeling lost, I would love to help you incorporate this vibrant colour. 

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