Be Instantly Inspired By These Blue Wedding Details

May 13, 2014

in Accessories, Bridesmaids, Colours, Detail, Fashion

Blue wedding Thank You Card

Every bride and groom wants to stamp their own identity on their wedding day, but starting with a blank canvas can be quite daunting.


A very popular wedding colour at the moment is blue, with brides wanting a little bit of the typical wedding tradition. Remember the old wedding rhyme something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue! Like this wedding thank you card available from Scribbler.

If you have chosen a blue wedding colour palette or are thinking of having a blue wedding, then be inspied by some of these blue wedding ideas.  You can easily make your blue wedding day dreams come true by just incorporating a few of these fabulous blue details,  taking your wedding to another level.

Think about mixing different blues throughout your special day, though do remember to tailor your needs for your wedding day at a price you can afford.

Starting with blue bridesmaids:

Blue bridesmaids

This Phase Eight soft pastel blue Anya dress in a structured grosgrain with a sweetheart neckline and  V-back  is perfect for grown up maids. The attached waist belt tied in a pretty bow at the back will accentuate the waist, and the tulle underlay will create a full skirt for a beautiful feminine silhouette.  Get your bridesmaids noticed with this Phase Eight Gemma necklace, a delightful necklace with clusters of sparkling diamantes – a true statement piece.

To continue the sparkling effect to the full, these Silver heels from Untold Hydra are ideal, with a mid heel and t-bar open toe front are just the ticket, plus toes and finger nails painted in Nails Inc Cambridge Terrace nail polish, a pure silver liquid metal will give that little extra wedding shimmer.

Since we are creating the perfect day I feel Thierry Mugler fragrance Angel, a flora, fruity scent will  inspire the imagination, and this new limited edition of Angel Jewel offers this glamorous and elegant silver cuff bearing the brand signature, completing your bridesmaids’ attire.

Groom in blue

When it comes to the groom and his ushers this bright blue Paul Smith mohair precise cuts suit with its quirky detailing makes it the ideal wedding suit, adding a modern edge to a formal look.  For utimate style add a pair of Paul Smith London Classic multistripe socks.  A simple plain white shirt and smart tie is all it needs to finish the boys’ look.

Blue bride
With a blue palette and romance in mind for your bridal vision I feel this Phase Eight short sleeveless duchesse satin wedding dress with a layered tulle overlay and sheer ruched tulle straps has a truely gorgeously feminine modern look, giving a beautiful bridal silhouette. Adding blue tones through accessories, like these striking blue Carvela grape high heeled sandals or an eclectica brooch like this 1950s blue rhinestone butterfly brooch attached to the satin sash or bridal bouquet stem.  If all this is a little too much blue, then a simple blue satin ribbon tied to this elegant and chic rose and freesia bridal bouquet will definitely add a blue note.
Blue notes
Whether it is a timeless blue and cream, to something more eye-catching and bold, just add a few blue details to your wedding decor to create a great ambiance. For tabletop decor, vibrant blue to pastel shades are easy on the eye and tone well together.  Add blue tones to different aspects of your wedding decor, such as blue candles, shimmering beautiful carribean blue acrylic table gems, blue organza sashes or runners  to full blue floral centrepieces to create a blue wedding ‘wow’ effect. For an overall design these stylish blue paper parasols and large fluffy blue paper flowers hung from the ceiling will definitely have the blue appeal.
Marquee design
Whether you are going for an all out blue look or touches of blue, remember a well chosen design will create a pleasing and harmonious wedding style.
Cheese mice

Finish off with a three-tier British cheese wedding cake, to include one or several tiers of blue cheese.

Finally, include some blue mood lighting into your reception. Remember it doesn’t need to cost the earth to have a blue wedding, just a little thought and planning.

 

 

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Sharon Maher is a wedding and party planner, event venue stylist and also writes the blogs Norah Sleep Wedding Style, Norah Sleep Living Style and My Wedding Marquee about weddings, food, fashion, style and things that inspire her in life. Find her on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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