Saying ‘I do’
Starting at the very beginning, colour can easily be introduced to your ceremony, whether inside or out.
Pew ends make a great impact, whether in a traditional church ceremony or contemporary outdoor setting.
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Always have a lovely floral arrangement close to where you will be saying your vows.
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Pastel blue stationery should set the tone for your pastel blue wedding theme. Start with your order of service, and keep the same design for your menu, seating plan and placecards.
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Coloured chair pads can be all you need to introduce a shade to your ceremony room.
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And the Bridesmaids wore…
It’s generally easy to carry a colour scheme through to the outfits worn by your bridesmaids, ushers and best man, and pastel blue is likely to be a colour they will all enjoy wearing.
We love these delicate blue bridesmaid dresses, a colour that suits all skin tones.
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Pastel blue dresses co-ordinate beautifully with a white bridal gown and white posies.
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Of course you might decide to add a little interest by dressing your bridesmaids in different shades of blue.
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Don’t forget the flower girls!
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These ushers look the part in their pastel blue waistcoats, perfect attire for a less formal wedding.
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For a more formal wedding, pastel blue can be introduced through a tie.
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Nature lends a helping hand with some beautiful blooms in pastel blue. Introduce the colour wherever you can, from bouquets and buttonholes to centerpieces and pew ends.
There are various pale blue flowers to choose from, with hydrangea being one of our favourites. This delicate white and blue bouquet has a hint of foliage and looks wonderfully pretty.
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Here, pastel pink is introduced to the pale blue and ivory for a lovely summer bouquet.
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Tie co-ordinating ribbons to the stems to complete the look.
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Peach is another colour to introduce to pastel blue. These table arrangements look oh-so-pretty.
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Of course pastel blue should also carry through to buttonholes and corsages.
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Continue your pastel blue wedding theme through to your reception venue, bringing the shade on to your tables. The key with any colour is to use it sparingly and stick to your style.
Coloured table linen can be all you need to introduce your chosen shade.
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Paper lanterns add interest from above. Hang from beams or trees at different heights.
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These blue table runners and napkins make a stunning base for white china and gold candlesticks.
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Pastels are a great choice for vintage style. We love these teacup candles.
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Pay attention to the details. This pastel blue table number completes the look.
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For rustic style, stick to wooden tables and introduce colour through napkins and even glassware.
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Don’t forget favours, perhaps a little treat in a cute blue box.
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Cake, Glorious Cake!
Think of your cake as a blank canvas, an opportunity to put all your wedding style ideas together in one delicious creation!
This cake has a touch of rustic style.
Image courtesy of Lara Lam
How about afternoon tea with some fairy cakes iced in blue?
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Fresh flowers adorn this stylish stacked cake.
Image courtesy of Karenanna Cakes
We can just imagine this intricate design suiting a summer country wedding. Sugar flowers create that wow factor.
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On trend and utterly delicious… choose a semi-naked cake with pastel blue drip icing.
Image courtesy of Beverly’s Bakery
Looking for more pastel wedding ideas? Then these Pastel Pink Wedding Flowers might be just the thing! They’d work perfectly with your pastel blue wedding theme and add little pops of colour to your day!