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7 oh-so fresh ways to include something blue in your wedding

7 oh-so fresh ways to include something blue in your wedding


Written by Katie Byrne

With more and more couples opting for this fresh hue on their big day, we show you some of our favourite ideas!

 

There’s one pretty obvious reason why blue blooms are all the rage right now: the versatility that they offer. Whether you’re tempted by a rich midnight blue for a glamorous look, a soft powder shade ideal for a country garden scheme, or a vibrant hue for a beach wedding, these romantic and photogenic florals are popping up everywhere.

Perfect for brides keen to avoid the traditional pinks or whites, this stylish colour looks timeless and chic, and of course, it’s a great way to incorporate the 'something blue' into your wedding day.

YOUR BOUQUET (PART ONE)

Pastel tones really come to life when mixed with a refreshing arrangement of blue blooms. This bouquet, bursting with beautiful florals and elegant greenery is complemented with trailing ribbons in coordinating colours. Perfect for spring and summer weddings alike!

Image: Anna Kardos Photography; bouquet: Petals By The Shore

 

YOUR WEDDING CAKE

You just can’t beat a stand-out delicious cake designed to make a statement. Spruce up a chic white sweet treat with a smattering of cascading blooms in refreshing blues, with pops of yellows. A cake that looks as good as it tastes? Save us a slice!

Image: Natalie Franke Photography

 

YOUR BRIDESMAIDS

Dress your squad in blue and give them bouquets to match. You can go for navy, turquoise, royal or pale blue – there’s a shade to suit every bridesmaid! This scheme also works perfectly if you’re a bit nervous to go for blue flowers yourself; just make sure your bouquet complements theirs – we’d suggest all-white florals.

Image: Lola Rose Photography

 

YOUR TABLECENTRES

Amp up your wedding breakfast with a fairytale and woodland-inspired tablecentre. Displayed in a clear glass vessel covered in moss and mixed with soft white blooms, the blue looks eye-catching without becoming distracting. Gentle, and oh-so-pretty, this charming arrangement will take centre stage for all the right reasons.

Images: Chris Barber Photography

 

YOUR TABLE RUNNER

It’s time to make room for the floral table runner. Made up exclusively of full and fluttery hydrangea, they make the perfect choice for this statement design. It’s little wonder that this fluffy bloom is loved by brides all over the world, with its cloud-like appearance oozing romance.

Image: Jay Anderson Fine Art Photography

 

YOUR BOUQUET (PART TWO)

What a dreamy bouquet. Perfect for a beach wedding, the soft colour palette adds just the right amount of whimsy, while still maintaining a modern feel. We also love the dusty blue mingling with the pretty creams, lavenders and soft whites for a real show-stopping arrangement.

Image: Ether & Smith

 

YOUR DECORATIONS

Just picture it. The sun is shining brightly, there’s a gentle breeze and all of your loved ones are watching you exchange your vows under a gorgeous linen-draped arch, complete with blousy hydrangea in whites and blues. An enchanting setting for an outdoors wedding, we love the finishing touch of a chandelier suspended above your heads. Talk about wow factor!

Image: Theresa Choi Photography


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