Pantone Colour of the Year For 2020 is ‘Classic Blue’. Then get ready to colour your nuptials this year in this beautiful shade. Blue is the colour of peace and tranquillity and hence is associated with blissful ceremonies. From wedding attire to decorations — the wedding can be coloured in this colour in a variety of ways. Also, this is the kind of ‘blue’ we want to feel. Don’t we? Take a look at the list of ways, compiled by Wedding Affair, to accentuate your wedding in blue.
1. Start With The Wedding Attire
Our outfits are the highlight of our wedding. Hence, try colouring your wedding attire in blue first. Anita Dongre and Sabyasachi among others are some designers who like to play with colours in wedding attire. Try this cool shade for your wedding lehenga or sherwani and be ready to garner a lot of conversations over the outfit.
2. Blue Flowers For Decorations
Indian weddings are replete with red roses and yellow marigolds for wedding décor. Try blue flowers instead. From blue roses to blue hydrangeas — you can try a number of options. Although, blue colour flowers are one of the rarest flowers found in the world. It conveys a message of love and desire and also of supreme struggle to reach the zenith.
3. Send Out Blue Wedding Invitations
Blue combined with gold effect forms a beautiful combination for wedding invites. Accentuated with white tones, this combination can serve as a perfect way to invite the guests to your wedding. You can also try other customizations with blue like blue and yellow, blue and white among other varieties.
4. Blue Wedding Décor
The overall décor can be turned with shades of blue. The fabrics and materials used in the décor can be used in blue colour combined with other complementing shades for a wholesome look.
5. Adorn In Blue Jewellery
Sapphires are your go-to gemstones if you are planning a blue jewellery look. In necklaces, in earrings, or in any other trinket — use the blue colour to highlight your wedding look.