Blue flowers are unusual, they range from simple, cottage garden flowers like the cornflower, to the exotic and mysterious blue orchid. Like the iris, you can find blue hydrangeas in a range of colors, from pale blue, almost aqua and a blue/cream bicolor often described as antique. You might, for example, create a bouquet from a single, large hydrangea head, then wire small sections of hydrangea and place them around the outside to create a beidermeier style bouquet, all in blue, blue and white or a mixture of pastel colors. A beautiful, natural blue flower, cornflowers are ideal for the bride who is looking for an informal just picked bouquet, they combine well with herbs and other wild flowers.
A little bit vintage, completely stylish, pale blue and gold is an exquisitely elegant wedding color scheme. Rich accents like gold tassels for napkin rings and candles in blue and gold jacquard patterned votive holders will be perfect. Summer brides can use blue hydrangeas tied with wide gold ribbons for the bridesmaid bouquets. Blue or gold sheer organza ribbons will bring in the color accents. Design a pale blue cake with an elegant golden design. Without a doubt, pale blue and gold is one of the most stylish wedding color combinations a bride could choose. Blue and gold may just be one of the very best color palettes for an elegant wedding.
Blue is a wonderful color for a summer wedding. It reminds us of the sparkling blue waters of the ocean, the brilliant blue of a summer sky, or even the inky blue of the star-filled nighttime sky. Centerpieces most often are designed around flowers, and there are some stunning blue flowers available in the summertime. For a more unique blue floral centerpiece, consider using the round fluffy flower allium. Top off the crystal filled vases with your favorite flowers, either in all-white for a bold contrast or shades of blue and purple flowers to intensify the brilliant blue effect. A very popular shade of blue for weddings is bright and cheerful Tiffany blue.
Blue is a beautiful color, and would be a wonderful addition to any wedding. Blue is one of the most popular colors used in weddings. Blues and whites look beautiful together, it’s the epitome of elegance. A combination of different shades of blue also work well. A blue wedding theme should include lots of blue so people make no mistake that the color is the overall theme. We can start by selecting flowers that are naturally blue. A light blue or turquoise sash would look absolutely gorgeous on a white wedding dress. Blue and white create a great combination for the tables during the reception.
Create a beautiful ambiance for your blue wedding with a candle centerpiece. A simple way to make a candle centerpiece design feel more unique is to float candles in tinted water. Lanterns are a terrific way to display candles for your wedding centerpieces. White antiqued lanterns are beautiful for garden weddings, iron lanterns are perfect for rustic receptions, and hurricane lanterns are ideal for beach or classic weddings. Candle centerpieces can also be beautiful for very formal weddings. The effect of this candle centerpiece will be absolutely breathtaking, and is sure to create a wonderfully romantic ambiance for your blue wedding reception.