There are endless ways to incorporate "something blue" into your wedding day. Whether you are looking for a classic token to adorn as you walk down the aisle or a modern take on the tradition, we are here to help. We have put together a list of 15 beautiful and easy ways to add "something blue" into your big day.
Right: Why not use a silk blue ribbon to tie around your bouquet? We love the muted, frosted color of this Juniper silk ribbon by Adorn. The botanical color is reminiscent of dried juniper berries. The raw edge silk is hand died and wound around a wooden spool.
Who says your "something blue" has to be worn? Mix in a statement piece of blue lounge furniture for guests to relax in during cocktail hour. Not only will it serve as a great conversation piece, but it will make a wonderful backdrop for bridal portraits.
We are particularly fond of the Katelyn Vintage Sofa by Signature Boutique Event Rentals.
Photography by Erich McVey
Left: If you are partial to dreamy blue hues, consider ways to incorporate them into your overall event design. We love this lively mix of deep blue glassware and painted china contrasted against warm floral designs at Ali and Evan's Pacific Northwest wedding.
Right: Don't forget about an engagement ring box! The Mrs. Box has a great selection of blue ring boxes ranging from light robin's egg to deep cobalt.
Left: It is no secret that Etsy holds some hidden gems when it comes to wedding shopping. These vow books by Custom Calligraphy can add a nice touch of blue to your ceremony.
Right: Don't forget about dessert! This gorgeous periwinkle pixel wedding cake design by Jasmine Rae Cakes holds a unique geometric motif. Want more cake ideas? Browse through Six Incredible Blue Wedding Cakes
If you are interested in something a little more flirty, La Gartier has a few adorable pieces decorated in blue. The Blue Pearl Toss garter works perfectly for the bride who is looking for something subtle yet elegant. They also have a sweet selection of bridal handkerchiefs embroidered in blue.
Photography by Mike Larson
We also loved the blue theme throughout the entire wedding of destination wedding planner Jill Le Fleur. She opted for bold, blue La Tavola table linens to match her invitations and other decor elements. And rather than just wearing one traditional white gown, Jill also adorned an ultra feminine and romantic baby blue Claire La Faye gown.