Scientists say that blue is the favorite color of most of people. It’s always associated with natural beauty, water and the sky. Picking this color for your wedding is a great choice, because it has lots of interesting shades and good compatibility with many other colors from neutrals to glittery silver. Blue and black combo look incredibly chic and charming.
If you love blue: The tranquil connotation is true—blue belles are patient, wise, well-balanced, and beloved for their ability to take everything into perspective. The shade of blue that you select indicates whether you’re introspective (royal or pale blue) or more of an extrovert (turquoise and aqua). And you also want something cool in your weeding. Black represents timelessly elegant, noir brides want a wedding that could never be dated from the wedding photos alone. You’re classic, mysterious, dignified and sexy in a sophisticated way. Scroll down to see some of the most gorgeous ideas for your big day!
Every season has unique color palette with its own flavor. Dark blue like navy and midnight blue never miss any fall weddings. What do you think?
It is never too early to prepare your wedding! 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.
Dark blue, lace and sparkles is all that you need to be a trendy, fashionable and charming bride! Deep or dark blues are always classic and work in pretty much any setting bringing air of elegance and tranquility. Lace is makes it even feminine, cool and exquisite.
Dark blue will never get you down in this fall. How about using it with silver? Just have a try!
Take a look at something blue for your wedding and make the wedding color combo softer with blush.
Deep blue and champagne is always the classic color combo for the autumn wedding.
Baby blue weddings are so classical! So romantic, graceful, tranquil and are perfect for any season and wedding theme – for a New Year wedding, for a garden wedding, for a summer wedding, for a beach wedding, for an art deco wedding, for rustic wedding and so on. It is one of those colors that never goes out of fashion and it’s perfect for timeless wedding photo shoots. Even bridal fashion designers seem love this color too! So, baby blue as a leading color in your wedding is a good choice.
Using this classic color is sure to make everything seem fresh and natural in your wedding look and deco. Besides, pale blues easily mix with touches of blush, pink, yellow that make them warmer, with silver, gold that make them more chic and glamorous. You can create more and more combos! Breathe in this atmosphere and get inspired!
Nicky Hilton married James Rothschild in London 11 July 2015.
Paris Hilton turned heads when she showed up for maid of honor duty for her baby sister’s big day. Nicky Hilton looked amazing in her gorgeous Valentino bridal gown — but we have to hand it to her big sister, she too looked breathtaking!
The 34-year-old socialite showed up in gorgeous floor-length baby blue gown with a sparkling silver belt and large diamond necklace. As maid of honor, she carried a delicate bouquet of white roses and rocked sparkling silver heels.
The dress itself was extremely classy and elegant, and didn’t show too much skin. As for her hair, Paris let her long blonde locks hang passed her shoulders in flowing loose curls. She and Nicky definitely gave the Royal family a run for their money when it comes to their wedding attire!
If you are getting married in summer and you are not sure what colors to go with your bridesmaids dresses, how about color blue or shades of blue?
Being that it is a summer wedding, various of blue colors keep it classic and playful during the summer season as opposed to wearing a dark colored dress. Blue shade is a beautiful color for a summer wedding, beach wedding or an outdoor wedding. By choosing this color, you don’t need to worry about getting things wrong.
Since blue color is a traditional, classic and widely popular choice for the bridesmaids and it is also the one that will forever be selected. Why don’t you start your wedding plan now?
Bridesmaids is another scenery for the beautiful wedding photo shoot. But the bride must be the most beautiful lady at the wedding, as a maid of honor, you cannot wear too gorgeous and sexy than the bride. A chic & simple blue dress is a good choice for the bridesmaids. Blue is a peaceful, beautiful and fresh color. Here are some different stylish blue Bridesmaid dresses you may like.
Long blue bridesmaid dresses
Short blue bridesmaid dresses
Capture the essence of a celestial marriage celebration with this starry night theme wedding idea. Look for designs that signify a star wedding theme. For your invitation, select midnight blue or black paper and have your wording printed in gold lettering.
You can ask your invitation supplier to add gold stars down one side and across the tops of the invitations. You could also buy star-shaped stencils and gold glitter acrylic paints and stencil the designs on the invitations.
You can also work with an all white palette and incorporate vintage looking street lights throughout the space. Votive candles, white roses and orchids as finishing touches can successfully bring the tables cape to life. Look at the amazing styling below.
Wishes Come True Wedding Favors:
- Some easy favor ideas are star-shaped: keychains, cookie cutters tied together with ribbon, cookies, soaps, chocolates, etc.
- Give your guests star fairy wands with a tag that asks them to “wish upon the star”.
- A fun item are the glow in the dark stars that you stick to ceilings and walls.
- Star-shaped floating candles make lovely favors.
- Consider using playing cards with celestial themes on the back as thank you gifts.
Navy blue color with white trim color is a typical color scheme to channel a nautical theme in your wedding.
Adding in yellow for a pop of brightness can both enhance and diminish the nautical effect; use a pale yellow to maintain the nautical theme, or use a bright or dark yellow for a totally different feel.
Regardless of whether or not you are trying to achieve a certain theme, there is no question that navy, yellow and white are gorgeous colors that go perfectly together.