A blue and beige wedding colour scheme suits any season or style of wedding, but we really do think it’s perfect for a sunshine-filled soirée. It’s elegant, versatile and offers just a hint of luxury, especially if you work in a few golden accents. To help inspire you, we’re offering you our favourite blue and beige ideas for your big day…
If you’re a daring bride-to-be, why not don a softly coloured blue gown? Alternatively, add ‘Something Blue’ to your wedding outfit with a pair of soft blue heels, they’ll look just lovely peeping out from under your gown. Our ‘Waterfall of Love’ jewellery set offers a gorgeous addition to your aisle style and can be cherished for years to come. From dainty earrings to a bejewelled necklace, the set is the perfect way to ensure you sparkle your way through your wedding day.
Your bridesmaids will be spoilt for choice when it comes to a blue and beige wedding colour scheme. Go down the mix and match route with your best girls and alternate dusty blue hues with soft beige dresses.
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Choose a mixture of ivory and pale peach blooms for your bridal bouquet, tied with a silk blue ribbon for a ‘fine art’ feel. A modern bouquet brimming with greenery is a simple yet stylish alternative that will compliment your colour scheme flawlessly.
Wooden ceremony chairs will look delightful decorated with handtied blooms attached with a blue ribbon, why not match it to the one used with your bouquet for complete coordination? Keep the theme going by adorning a wooden archway with a blue organza curtain and plenty of greenery, it will offer such a romantic place to say, ‘I Do’.
Your wedding tables are your chance to really showcase your colour scheme. Light beige tablecloths will set the scene, while working in blue napkins and beige candlesticks in gilded holders. Add a subtle industrial edge with marble charger plates or place names – the marble effect will fit in beautifully with your palette and can help to give the overall styling a modern vibe.
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Alternatively, a blue tablecloth will look ridiculously romantic in a light-filled space. Wedgwood blue candlesticks and ivory posies will be all you need to give your wedding tables the wow factor. With this colour palette, less is more! Golden cutlery and charger plates will make your tables pop, particularly if your venue is a grand country house or stately home. You don’t just have to stick to traditional wine glasses either, blue-coloured goblets will get your guests talking.
A semi naked wedding cake is all you need to add that fabulous finishing touch to your beautiful blue and beige big day! The semi-naked icing will offer a subtle nod towards your beige colour scheme, while a blue table runner will complete the palette.
As you can see, a blue and beige wedding theme is anything but boring.
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