blue and peach wedding ideas

When it comes to Spring colour scheme inspiration, I can think of no better option than a pastel peach and soft blue colour palette. This charming duo work beautifully together, creating a wedding theme that’s romantic, fresh and the perfect fit for the season. If you love the sound of a peach and blue wedding theme, find out how you can incorporate it into your very own wedding celebrations…

pretty pastel blue and peach wedding ideas

Images: Top Row Left via 100 Layer Cake | Top Row Right via The Knot | Second Row Left – Peach Passion Pendant and Waterfall of Love Pendant by Glitzy Secrets | Second Row Right via 100 Layer Cake (as before) | Third Row via I Take You | Fourth Row Right via Heart and Dash | Bottom Row via Wedding Chicks

You may have spotted our post about coloured wedding gowns, which featured both blue and peach dresses. Your aisle style is the one of the best ways to reflect your chosen wedding theme, especially if you want to make a statement on your big day. Soft blue and pale peach both make lovely colour options for your wedding dress, especially if they are in subtle watercolour shades. However, you could also wear a peach and blue flower crown if you don’t fancy wearing a coloured dress. This will give your wedding day a floral bohemian vibe, which is perfect if you’re spending the day in a rustic tipi or outdoor setting.

Pastel blue suits are a huge trend at the moment for the groom and his groomsmen, and it’s a great alternative to a traditional black, grey or navy suit. Team it with peach accessories, such as a tie, buttonhole or pocket handkerchief. If the groom wants to stand out, dress the rest of the groomsmen in a deeper shade of blue.

Let’s talk about your bridesmaids, and where to start?! It’s notoriously difficult to pick one single gown for all of your best girls and is it any wonder? Your team of ‘maids will be all different shapes and sizes, with various tastes that may not fit just one dress. To make things a little easier, we suggest embracing the mix and match approach. You could dress your ladies in a variety of peach and blue dresses, or perhaps a mixture of different blue gowns. We recommend having a number of fitting room sessions to find out what works for you and your best girls, but most importantly have fun with it and don’t get too stressed. You want your bridesmaids to feel completely comfortable so they can enjoy your day too. Fortunately, a peach and blue wedding theme offers plenty of options so you will all be spoilt for choice.

a beautiful pastel blue and peach wedding theme

Images: Top Row Left via Bloved Blog | Top Row Right via Aisle Society | Second Row Left via Burnett’s Boards | Second Row Right via One Fab Day | Third Row – Peach Passion Hair Pins and Waterfall of Love Hair Comb by Glitzy Secrets | Bottom Row Left via Style Me Pretty | Bottom Row Right via Fab Mood

When it comes to Spring weddings, I always think that blooms should feature heavily as a nod towards the season. A peach and blue wedding bouquet will add a hint of colour to your wedding outfit, but flowers can be used as part of your décor too. Whether it’s adorning the entrance of your wedding venue with a variety of peach and blue posies or filling jam jars with flowers for your centrepieces, make the most of the season and your gorgeous colour scheme!

Dress your tables with peach or blue table runners, with matching napkins for an extra pop of colour. You could even use peaches as part of your place settings. Simply attach a luggage tag with the name of each guest to a peach and place it on their plate. Plus, they could even double up as edible wedding favours!

Delicate, romantic and a fab fit for Spring, a peach and blue wedding theme is guaranteed to look beautiful.


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