10 Stunning Blue Wedding Details That Can Light Up Your Wedding

It’s not a surprise that we love the color blue. And we know very well that you do too! Blue is a sweet and romantic color that you can dress up any space beautifully. In the past, we’ve shared some gorgeous blue-themed features that instantly took or breaths away. Today, we’re going to reveal a list of heart-stopping blue wedding details that can light up any wedding–even yours! So get ready to pin away because you’ll find a lot of inspiration for that “something blue” to add to your wedding.


(1) Let’s start with some gorgeous blue shoes. Aren’t these so pretty? Especially if they peek a little from under your dress!

[From: A Glamorous Nature-inspired Wedding in Phuket / Photo: Thecablook Fotolab]

[From: Mod Wedding / Photo: Sposto Photography]

[From: Brides / Photo: Rachel Elaine Photography]



(2) Carry with you a bouquet with hints of blue. Be it a subtle or bold kind of blue, know that it will bring just the right amount of character to your bridal ensemble.

[From: A Sweet Bridal Shower on a Mountain / Photo: Lukas Chan Photo Lab]


(3) You might want to dress your flower girls in blue. Without a doubt, they’ll look extra cute!

[From: Love My Dress / Photo: Carley Buick Photography]


(4) Get your bridesmaids in on the fun too with monochromatic blue dresses or matching chic baby blue gowns.

[From: An Outdoor Wedding in Different Hues of Blue / Photo: Jada Poon Photography]

[From: A Glamorous Nature-inspired Wedding in Phuket / Photo: Thecablook Fotolab]


(5) For the non-traditional bride, try a blue dress for a change. Or, slip into one of these blue beauties during the reception for a show-stopping entrance as a new Mrs!

[From: Once Wed / Photos: Laura Gordon]

[From: An Enchanting Outdoor Engagement in Korea / Photo: Ti Lifestyle]

[From: Magnolia Rogue / Photo: Cassie Rosch]


(6) You can also dress your groom in blue! He’ll look dapper in three-piece suit in your favorite shade of blue.

[From: A Captivating Engagement Shoot on a Mountain and by the Lake / Photos: La French Touch Photography]


(7) Invitations look extra elegant as well in this romantic hue.

[From: Shine Wedding Invitations]

[From: Elizabeth Anne Designs / Photo: Rachel May Photography]

[From: An Outdoor Wedding in Different Hues of Blue / Photo: Jada Poon Photography]


(8) And if you want your wedding arch to stand out, here’s a beautiful blue execution to try out!

[Photo: The Grovers]


(9) Blue bling will surely catch a lot of attention. As gorgeous as they look, rings are also sure charmers.

[From: Birthstone Engagement Rings You’ll Love / Photo: Trumpet and Horn]

[From: Birthstone Engagement Rings You’ll Love / Photo: Trumpet and Horn]



(10) Don’t forget about dessert! A towering blue cake can be the highlight of your dessert table.

[From: Want That Wedding / Photo: Jessica Davies Fine Art Photography]

[From: Huffington Post / Photo: Lucy Munoz Photography]

[Photo: Studio 29]


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Unique Bouquets Add Charm to This Outdoor Pre-wedding Shoot

When you start off on a positive note, the rest of your day usually follows suit. Today’s wedding will definitely get you starting on the right foot and will keep you feeling optimistic all day. Cherie and Sam’s pre-wedding shoot is carefree and relaxing. The couple chose to shoot in Tung Ping Chau Marine Park, a splendid venue for an engagement shoot with rocky landscapes and scenic seasides. But what made this engagement extra charming are the unique bouquets paired with nature’s best views! Scroll on to get a closer view of this loving couple captured by Cadenza Studio.

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The Beautiful Flowers That Filled Peak Lookout Made This Wedding Extra Elegant

When you dress a venue up in countless flowers, and choose the daintiest hues of blush, peach and white, the result is a stunning display of fresh color! Today, we find ourselves feeling extra happy because Delores and Dave’s wedding at the Peak Lookout is a remarkable example of exactly that. Their wedding turned out to be an extra elegant occasion because of beautiful floral decorations by Origami Florist. Left and right, you’ll see blooms that greet you with sweet colors. My favorites from this photo collection by Daniel Tam are the shots of Delores and Dave walking down the aisle, surrounded by knee-high white flowers and greenery. Classic and truly charming, this wedding is one you’ll love from start to finish. So, read more now!

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How to Clean Your Engagement Ring in 3 Simple Steps!

Your engagement ring will stay with you forever–long after he pops the question and you both start a family together. It’ll be one of the most precious jewelry you own, so it makes sense for you to know how to properly clean and care for it! Sounds intimidating, but it’s actually quite simple. We came up with a short how-to video for all you ladies out there who want to make sure that their engagement ring will be in tip top shape all the time. We hope you enjoy it!

Ring: J’s Diamond

11 Important Tips To Help You Manage Your Guest List

Here’s the real deal about the guest list: it’s a tricky part of wedding planning. Truth? It can be a major source of stress, especially if you’re not strategic with how you plan, organize, and manage your guest list. So, to help you out in the area, we have some essential tips that will definitely help you in creating your guest list! So without further adieu, here it is.


[From: Pretty Pastel Garden Wedding / Photo: Belle & Olive]


(1) Know your budget and make an estimate allocation for guest head count cost.

This will give you a realistic guest count number to work with. You want to start off with a number that you can actually afford. If you don’t have a ballpark figure yet to work with, start with a conservative number first and work your way from there until you have a budget plan.

(2) Make an A list and make a B list.

Your A list is the priority list, or the people who must go–such as family– and fit within your budget or initial head count. Then create a B list for people whom you can invite if you have extra budget or if some people from the A list can’t make it.


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