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Every bride makes it a point to add something blue to her wedding ensemble in order to bring luck to her nuptials. A small hint of blue can be made even more special if you use blue as one of your showcase colors for your wedding. Because of the different variations of blue, you can customize the theme of your wedding to match. If you’re going for an under the sea vibe or a tropical oasis, navy blue could bring it all together like the cleansing waters of the ocean. For a wedding close to the winter holidays, blue may make a great choice to bring everyone into a snowy wonderland setting. If you need blue wedding invitations for your unique style, Shutterfly has what you’re looking for.
Something Borrowed, Something Blue
If you love blue, you may want to show off your fondness for a Tiffany blue wedding. Centered around the famous aqua shade from the New York jewelry store, a Tiffany blue wedding may also feature a bit of sparkle that goes beyond your engagement ring. Your Tiffany blue wedding invitation needs to match the color almost exactly. Then it’s time to work out the rest of the details. Your cake could be custom designed in a square shape to match that world-famous jewelry box, and your bridal party’s gowns should be the same teal tone. Send off your guests with a small box of wedding mints you personalize, wrapped beautifully in the characteristic blue color.
Find Your Perfect Tone
If you want a truer blue, a nautical theme may be perfect for your wedding and reception. For most ocean inspired weddings, the deep color of the sea inspires the look. Since there are no true blue flowers, you can opt for white flower or another coordinating color, and have your bouquet wrapped in blue ribbon. An invitation in a deep royal blue can help set the shade for your important day and impressing your guests.