Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year is Classic Blue. There are many ways to include blue in your wedding whether its dressing your wedding party in the shade or through traditional gifts inspired by the “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue” rhyme of old.
Clothe your favorite girls in this beautiful hue. You can do the same dress in different shades of blue or make every dress the same color but mix up the styles. Each version of this is dreamy!
Your groomsmen will look dapper in blue. Navy, cobalt, cornflower, and indigo! So many great options, you can’t go wrong!
Your Something Blue
We all know the saying surrounding weddings:
Something old, Something new. Something borrowed, Something blue.
These treasured items are gifted to the bride from dear friends and family to be carried or included in her wedding day attire.
The old, new, and borrowed bits are pretty easy to nail down but finding “Something Blue” that works with your bridal vision can be a bit tricky, but we did our research.
Here are a few “Something Blue” ideas that we have loved:
Embroidered sentiment inside the wedding gown.
Pay tribute to a parent that passed away by including a note or piece of their clothing in your dress.
Carry a Handkerchief
Have a hanky on hand to wipe away any tears that might spring up on this special day. Embroider “I do” or another special phrase to make this handkerchief extra meaningful.
Blue High Heels
Dance the night away in shoes that make your smile. Bridal portraits that showcase your fun wedding kicks are a personal favorite.
Tablecloths, napkins, candles. All subtle ways to incorporate blue into your tablescapes.
Whether your bridal party wears blue or your decor has peaks of this classic shade, there are so many creative ways to incorporate this beautiful color. We can’t wait to see what you dream up!