Hues Of Blue For Your Wedding Day

  • Who doesn't love blue? It's probably the most easy-going colors around, because of so many shades because of so many names.

    We're thinking mist, bluebell, periwinkle, storm, navy, sapphire, hyacinth, cornflower, bridesmaid dresses sky ... So it's ideal for mixing and matching, experimenting with an ombre theme, while you see here.

     Think of all of the shades of blue that place their names from blooms and you will realize you will have no trouble sourcing the best shades for you personally. Think delphiniums, forget-me-nots, larkspur, hydrangeas.

    We love blues for coastal weddings, specifically in light and airy shades. Wear an easy blue in floaty chiffon on the warm beach and allow the breezes waft who are around you.

    Blues are also ideal for a spring wedding and mid-summer, country-style wedding days.

    Shimmering golds and silvers really are a big wedding trend happening just now. Pair blue bridesmaids' frocks with metallic sandals and you will be immediately.

     On your tables, you'll have a shiny sequinned table runner over blue bridesmaid dresses. Carry the ombre theme right through to your wedding chair covers with various shades of blue, instead of just the one.

     

    The easiest way to decide is to buy some colored fabric samples from Dessy and hold them as much as each bridesmaid's face.

     Traditionally blondes look good in a pale ice blue, whereas individuals with darker complexions and hair brings out the richness of the turquoise or cornflower blue.

     But on the other hand, you may be surprised.

     If you're marrying in the winter months, you might like to dress your maids in heavier fabrics - keeping gossamer-thin materials for warmer days. Add a shrug or perhaps a stole to help keep the cold out.

     Another thing about blue - it really works from day to night beautifully, and if you're having an afternoon wedding that moves to the evening, then blue is a superb decision.