Tuesday
Oct302012

Add A Little Something Blue To Your Wedding

Are you a bride who just LOVES blue?  Well, then this post is just for you!  We love blue wedding details and wanted to share a few of our favorite blue wedding ideas with you...

If you love the bridal bouquet, wedding cake, wedding tablescape, or detail below be sure and 'click' on the image to see more!  Each image is linked to the real wedding or feature on our site that this blue detail came from.  Not so into blue but love the idea of seeing a specific color on our site?  Here's a link to our feature on planning your wedding by color theme!

The elegant wedding invitation suite shown below is by Sixpence Press.  What can we really say about this other then the fact that it's GORGEOUS!  The invite speaks for itself!  Clicks by Alante Photography.

The bridal bouquet below was inspired by science!  Yep, that's right.  It was showcased in this science inspired wedding styled shoot we featured and after we saw it, we knew it had to be added to our bridal bouquet photo gallery.  Don't you just love it!?  All that texture is just incredible.  Flower design by Floral Art Designs and photography by Nicole Chan.

If you really want to make a statement with blue, here's the cake for you!  Cake design by Petros and photographed by Cameron Ingalls.

Perhaps adding a little 'something blue' on your feet (and toes!!!) is more your style?  We love the nautical themed wedding that this bride dressed up for ... clicks by onelove photography!

You can find 'something blue' signs to add to your chairs ... these signs were perfect for the nautical themed wedding!  Photography by onelove photography.

Have a sweet tooth?  Carry your wedding color theme over to some sugary treats for your guests ... these blue ones look delicious!  (onelove photography)

We are completely in love with these navy blue bridesmaid dresses from Nordstrom.  So flowy and flirty!  Photography by Carlie Statsky.

The wedding tablescape below is incredible ... baby blue!!!  It's the perfect way to add a pop of color in a unique and unexpected way!  Photography by Tara Francis and table design by Tarte.

One of our favorite shades of blue??  Peacock blue!!!  This Chicago wedding used a peacock feather as their inspiration and it turned out beautifully!  The gorgeous floral designs are by Hello Darling ... clicks by Two Birds Photography.

The shades of blue used to create the stationery for our Morton Salt Girl wedding styled shoot are so pretty!  Kristy Rice of Momental Designs always does a fantastic job.  Photographed by Two Birds Photography.

How sweet are these escort cards?  The blue card against the pure white flowers is so dainty.  And the rest of this real wedding is just as darling.  Flower design by Milieu Florals and photography by Christine Farah.

We're always a sucker for striped straws in a wedding ... and these blue and white ones didn't disappoint!  Be sure and check out our Lover.ly bundle Sips for more darling ways to quench your thirst!  Image below by Christine Farah Photography.

We'll leave you with these darling hanging flowers ... light blue and pink ... what a winning combination!  Floral design by Flower by Joo and clicked by onelove photography.

Wedding Invitation Design: Sixpence Press  

Photographer: Alante Photography

Photographer: Nicole Chan Photography

Flowers: Floral Art Designs

Photographer: Cameron Ingalls

Wedding Cake: Petros

Photographer: onelove photography

Photographer: Carlie Statsky Photography

Bridesmaid Dresses: Nordstrom

Photographer: Tara Francis Photography

Table Design: Tarte

Photographer: Two Birds Photography

Flowers: Hello Darling

Stationery: Momental Designs

Photographer: Christine Farah Photography

Flowers: Milieu Florals

Flowers: Flower by Joo

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