While perhaps not one of the most popular wedding colours, turquoise is a lovely choice when it comes to choosing your colour scheme. This beautiful blue-green mix is bright and vibrant in the summer yet also warm and rich in cooler months. Let’s take a look at some of our favourite turquoise wedding decorations and see how they work throughout the year.
Warmer months suit turquoise wedding ideas perfectly, particularly if you’re looking for a fresh, vibrant theme or you’re having a coastal wedding.
Lanterns make colourful decorations and add to your lighting after dark. Here we see how well turquoise combines with coral.
Image courtesy of Jenny McCann Photography
For simple style, introduce colour to glassware.
Image courtesy of Munster Rose
Jars with fairy lights and shells make a great seaside tablecentre.
Image courtesy of Styletic
These fans are useful favours and also fit the colour scheme.
Image courtesy of Sarah-Jane Ethan Photography
Add white flowers and wooden chairs for rustic style.
Image courtesy of Caroline & Evan Photography
This table features just a hint of turquoise in the napkins and chair back decoration.
Image courtesy of Lauren Brooks Photography
Turquoise and peach is a hot colour combination. Be sure to combine it with pure white.
Image courtesy of Amy Fanton Photography
Pink and turquoise are pretty as a picture.
Image courtesy of Marianne Taylor Photography
We love this elegant stationery.
Image courtesy of Satunol Studio
Keeping It Cool
Turquoise lends itself well to weddings in autumn or winter months. Combine with silver or gold to give it a hint of warmth and glamour.
Turquoise, white and silver are a dream winter combination.
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These floating turquoise candles add just a splash of colour and elegance to a pristine white table.
Image courtesy of Colin Miller Photography
Turquoise also combines beautifully with contemporary grey.
Image courtesy of OMG Masons
Stay on trend with an ombre wedding cake.
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The addition of gold makes this a great choice for a cake in the summer or winter months.
Image courtesy of Sheradee Hurst Photography
You might decide to deepen the shade at this time of year, choosing teal as opposed to turquoise.
Image courtesy of Elegant Wedding Invites
In the depths of winter, choose turquoise and white… you might just get a sprinkling of snow to complete the look.
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And finally… if you really are concerned about the weather, you can always stick to your colour scheme with a pair of designer wellies!
Image courtesy of Stacey Pentland Photography
For a little inspiration, we think you might love Dalia and David’s wedding at Morden Hall with its elegant white and turquoise colour scheme.