For the pure romantics, blue was worn by Queen Victoria on her wedding day to Prince Albert – a colour traditionally chosen as a symbol of purity. Pastel shades can offer a delicate alternative to traditional white or ivory, and look beautiful during spring and summer months. Bolder shades suit dramatic winter celebrations, while navy and midnight blue offer elegance without the heavy weight of black. It’s time to be inspired by these beautiful blue wedding dresses!
Don’t miss the ‘Rembrandt’ gown from the 2017 Portrait collection by talented designer Suzanne Neville. A real showstopper.
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Great designs at lower prices can be found on the high street. We love this ‘Corwin’ multi-tie maxi dress from Coast in a divine shade of cobalt blue. The multi-tie option makes it easy to wear again, perhaps even on your honeymoon!
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This beaded design would look lovely at a boho style wedding, or on the beach.
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For a delicate blue wedding dress with a hint of ivory, this pastel ballgown by Kelsey Rose is a must.
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Paler shades are easier to wear, and an alternative to traditional white or ivory.
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‘Hummingbird’ in pale blue is a fairy-tale wedding dress by Ian Stuart Bride, featuring layers of tulle and silk with beaded flower details.
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Ombre remains popular and is a great idea if you prefer not to wear blue close to your face. This dress features a white bodice, graduating to blue at the hemline.
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For elegant evening glamour and designer style, we adore this off-the-shoulder clique and organza gown by Roland Mouret at Selfridges.
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Back to the high street again with this elegant ‘Cara’ satin midi dress in navy from Coast, a lovely choice for a city wedding.
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In a pastel shade, perfect for a spring or summer wedding, the ‘Rowan’ maxi dress from Monsoon won’t break the bank.
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This ‘Delft’ shade of blue is flattering, elegant and beautiful for an outdoor wedding, reflecting the tones of a blue sky.
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If you would like to wear just a hint of blue, consider a design featuring blue detail.
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And finally, don’t forget the groom, whether traditional or contemporary. He might perhaps choose a blue suit or blue accessories for his outfit.
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What could be better than your groom complementing your blue wedding dress with stylish outfit? These Blue Wedding Suits are just the thing, and we’re not just talking navy! There are plenty of options for the stylish groom to look super-cool.