Today, we are swooning over this pretty mint colored wedding in South Carolina. If you are planning a spring wedding, make sure you remember the fun details that Lance and Alexis picked out for their special day. If you love baby blue hues, you’ll fall head over heels for this Tiffany blue wedding theme.
From the custom mint colored ceremony programs, to the long flowing bridesmaids dresses, we are smitten with how these two used one cohesive color palette throughout the ceremony and reception venue. We also think the strategic pop of color within the wedding bouquet is genius. The florals enhance the timeless mint color, without detracting from it. Alexis and Lance’s custom guest book is adorable, and a fun way to show wedding guests your unique love story!
Today, you’ll “ooh” and “ah” over rich sapphire tones that color bridesmaid dresses and wedding decor. These sapphire jewel tones are fit for a queen, or rather, a bride! Velvet chairs, ribbons and wedding invitations look lovely dressed in elegant, greenish blues. This gold and blue color palette will deepen your romance and add something totally unique to your big day.Photo Source: Agate Rocks | Cake | Leaves | Bridesmaids | Velvet Chair | Vintage Ring
We’re smiling from ear to ear with this metallic gold and sapphire wedding invitation that’s sprinkled with gold foil. Tones of ocean blue, sapphire and midnight blue look beautifully accented with gold for more brilliance. Notice how it resembles the velvet chair and ring box? When you coordinate your stationery design with your decor, something magical happens.
Don’t limit jewel tones to fall, they’re also perfect for spring! You’ll love how this sapphire wedding theme pairs perfectly with crisp greens and accents of creams and pinks. Like this sliced agate stone with a love phrase written in gold, it’s your day to find unique ways to show off your style. Enjoy planning your special day!
Bold navy and pink blooms. This navy blue wedding theme is fearless when it comes to style—it’s dramatic, elegant and a little vintage. Navy sets an elegant scene as linens for tablescapes, the groom’s suit and as accents to blackberry cocktails.
Pull together all your favorite decor elements and add navy blue for a wedding day that’s unlike any other.
This invitation is beautifully dramatic. How lovely this design will also look as wedding day stationery—programs, menus and table numbers.
Make the groom stand out from the rest and dress him in navy and blush. Match the flowers in his boutonniere to the color of his tie. We like this soft, pink color to complement the blushing bride.
Dress in Rust
Whether it’s for the bride, bridesmaids or someone else in the wedding party, we love this rust-colored gown. Think beyond the decor and flowers to bring in your wedding theme—everyone’s dress can really make your wedding look stunning.
Shoes in Blush
There are so many reasons to fall in love with Christian Louboutin shoes and these blush-colored pumps are no exception. Your bridal look deserves extra fashion, so wear those stylish shoes you’ve been dreaming about.
Change things up a bit and use teapots as centerpieces. Fill them with flowers and paint them in metallic gold for a fresh, trendy look.
This “Love Potion” cocktail looks so stylish for a navy blue wedding theme. Mix together blackberry syrup and Champagne, then garnish with juicy blackberries and fragrant thyme.
Create a dessert bar filled with style with navy blue macaron cookies. Macarons are fun and easy finger-desserts that can be made in so many different colors and flavors to match your wedding theme.
Set the table with navy-colored tablecloths and napkins, and gold plate chargers and flatware. For a complete reception look, add gold chiavari chairs and fill table space with hydrangeas and pink garden roses in glass vases.
Navy blue never looked so elegant when accented with pink flowers, dresses and cocktails. When you dress your ceremony and reception with blush-colored decor and flowers and bring navy to your desserts and drinks, you’ll end up with a day in just your style.
Sometimes, photography really is a true work of art. This imaginative wedding inspiration comes to you from the gentle shores of Washington.
We are smitten with the perfect array of blue hues, from the moody sky to the turquoise glasses delicately set atop the reception tablescape. If you long to exchange I DOs with your toes in the sand, this inspiration will give you a glimpse into what your own special day could resemble.The Pacific Northwest is not tropical, but it does hold some of the most awe-inspiring scenery in the country. Strategic pops of color make this otherwise neutral palette, something very special!
We love the thoughtful details within this styled shoot. The metallic, foil pressed wedding invitations are out of this world. They make a sophisticated statement, without going overboard on the glam factor. The white and soft pink flowers are so airy, and a stunning contrast to the dark sky. The vibrant wedding cake, softly flowing gown, and beautiful jewelry make this wedding a day to remember. This wedding stylist is a true genius!!
Today, we are sharing a darling wedding to honor Jacquelyn and Peter!
This charming wedding took place in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico. Their stunning religious ceremony was later followed by a relaxing outdoor reception at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya. Located in the Sandia Mountains, this Resort & Spa captures the real beauty of the Southwest.
We love the amazing pops of blue throughout their entire wedding theme; and those creamy white floral bouquets are so stunning, they almost take our breath away! Jacquelyn and Peter picked fun wedding colors, and we are smitten with their attention to detail- from Jacquelyn’s jewelry to their blue and gold wedding cake. This blue wedding works beautifully for any season!