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04 June 2015

Colour Scheme: Something Blue

Soft, feminine, fresh and pretty, blue is one of the prettiest colour schemes for a wedding. It can be tied together beautifully with pinks, peaches, corals, whites and silvers. Simply having a few slightly different shades of blues looks gorgeous too, especially sprinkled with silver or white.

There’s a little inspiration below to get you started…

How beautiful does this floral centre piece look? The cream, peach and blue look perfect together, the bark base looks gorgeous too – lovely for a spring/summer wedding. The white and blue table setting looks absolutely darling too!

This cake on the left is one of the prettiest I have seen, classic, elegant and finished beautifully with white and blue flowers. A couple of great examples of coral and blue working beautifully together too.

Literally all these bouquets are swoon-worthy. I’m so in love with the soft, nude pink and blue bouquet with a nude chiffon ribbon.  



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