Blue is a classic and elegant colour for weddings and wedding invites. How to use the this colour at your wedding? Bold blue, or just decorating touches? I personally like just soft touches at the reception and ceremony, without overdoing it. For the wedding ceremony, small blue details look divine, i.e. blue satin ribbons tied on the chairs, or wrapping your favourite flowers in a little bunch to sign the chair rows. Perhaps you could have a few blue flowers in your wedding bouquet to set the tone. Some venues offer colour sashes and tablecloths, chair covers or napkins. Alternating these with a second colour, looks usually amazing.
The invitations can all be done using blue paper. We have tones of blue style cards: blue glitter, navy pearlescent or matte, blue embossed in several patterns, or we can even print in blue.. However if you feel that too much blue is a bit overwhelming, any of our invitation may simply have a blue ribbon or belly band, or/ and the text printed in matte navy or royal blue.
Popular combinations of royal blue or navy: Blue and white: gorgeous popular combination for coastal, yacht, cruise and beach wedding. The contrast is spectacular, modern and fresh.
Blue and purple: The weddings in navy blue and purple are often used for peacock wedding theme. Adding touches of gold can enhance these 2 colours.
Navy Blue, Blush and Pink: This combination is one of the most requested. The contrast, the strength of navy and the delicacy of the pink tones. A dusty pink envelope for your rsvp card or main invitation could be all what you need for that special pink touch.
Other blue combinations: -Blue and golden. -Blue and silver. -Blue and yellow. -Blue and coral.