Royal blue is amazing for fall and winter weddings, and it’s in trend today. It’s so elegant and sophisticated, maybe even dramatic and moody in a way. That’s why I can’t take my eye off this inspirational shoot!
The colors are gorgeous: classic ivory with royal blue touches and soft hues of watercolor match perfectly for the wedding decor. Even if you’re not artistically inclined, you can still be inspired by this romantic design trend. There are many ways of using royal blue in your wedding. You can dress your bridesmaids in different styles, or even consider a wedding dress with a hint of royal blue, create whimsical invitations and stationery, use gradual blue colors blending in your wedding cake design, etc. Take a look yourself and tell me what you think.
When I think of spring and summer weddings, I always think of a blue colors first. This sky blue color is clear and natural and it is loved by many designers and I love seeing it popping up in weddings too. It can be a nice alternative to popular saphire blue weddings plus it really easily yet gorgeously combines with many different colors from chic and sparkly silver or gold to delicate ivory, pale grays and greens, white and even red. It looks fabulous as a color of your bridal shoes as well as bridesmaid dresses and wedding decors. Anyway, see yourself and get inspired!
The spring season is a beautiful time of year to get married. There are so many colors that look fabulous at a spring wedding from pastel shades through to bright tones. Most spring brides choose colors in light hues as it compliments their fairer skin tones and will look fresh and brighter. Beautiful colors that reflect spring are fresh and delicate. Cool, light hues of blues, rich cream, pale pinks, mint green and soft silver tones suit spring perfectly.
I think Tiffany blue is one of those colors that never goes out of fashion and it’s perfect for timeless wedding pictures. Using this cool color is sure to make everything seem fresh and natural in your wedding look and décor. Spring is perfect time for weddings, so just think fun and flirty! Happy planning!
It is never too early to prepare your wedding! Although there are several months to enter official winter season, I can say winter brides-to-be have prepared their weddings from early on. As one of the first things need to be certain, I know you may have chosen the wedding colors since so many color experts like Pantone always provide the latest and most popular wedding colors for brides, but if you still hesitate in what color combo to choose, read this post and get some inspiration.
I love dark blues so much, but I also want some soft pinks at this romantic season. If you are blue family, get something blue for your wedding and make the wedding color combo softer with blush.