For elegance and style, consider choosing navy as part of your wedding colour scheme. More delicate than black, a navy blue wedding is demure and effortless. This deep shade or blue combines perfectly with white and metallics or with softer shades from blush pink to peach and even lemon yellow.
Say it With Stationery
While we all think of invitations, stationery can be carried throughout your day, from signage to placecards.
Navy and gold work wonderfully for an evening celebration.
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Navy calligraphy on brown card with a sprig of rosemary makes a pretty place card for a spring or summer rustic wedding.
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Use navy as a background colour for any signage.
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Mussel shells are a quirky alternative to a traditional place card – just the thing for a beach wedding.
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Navy and orange is a colour combination that makes us smile!
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We love this classy injection of colour, perfectly suited to autumn.
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On the Table
Your wedding breakfast gives you the opportunity to introduce colour to the table.
Navy is a great choice for table linen. As well as making a statement, it can be lifted with the introduction of pretty flowers.
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Dark colours need only be used sparingly. All this setting needs is a navy napkin to introduce the colour.
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This more dusky, natural shade of navy works well outside with rustic foliage.
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Menus and placecards on the table also announce your shade.
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For a bold, winter wedding, this look is stunning. Keep everything on your table dark and accompany the navy with florals in deep shades or red and orange.
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A hint of blue with soft pink makes us think of a spring celebration.
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Use floral decorations and other thoughtful touches to highlight your colour around the venue.
We love balloons! This colour combination is light and fun...
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...while this balloon garland makes us think of Christmas!
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Navy isn’t a colour we generally associate with flowers, but there are some pretty blooms in shades of blue.
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Consider using flowers in shades of pinks and purples or reds and oranges which combine so beautifully with navy.
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Choose navy macarons for your favours.
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How about a popcorn bar? Just have navy paper bags to bring in your colour.
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Let them Eat Cake!
Navy is a great colour for your wedding cake, whether you use it as a base shade or in the details.
This navy and blush peony cake is as glamorous as can be.
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This design is exceptionally elegant.
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Feminine and contemporary, we love the geometric design on this cake.
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Introduce berries to a naked cake to suit your navy wedding theme.
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If you like the idea of a navy and blush pink wedding theme, we hope these ideas will give you food for thought.