I love when I get a chance to dress a bride, her bridesmaids, jr. bridesmaids (hopefully flower girls and groom(men’s) and design her wedding stationery. This gives me the opportunity to help create her overall vision for her wedding day. My client wants shades of tiffany blue throughout her wedding design scheme and so today I thought I would showcase some things I love from my favorite resources (the knot and Martha Stewart Weddings. Click on the photo to take you to their site to receive more details on my favorites!
An assortment of coral pink roses, hydrangea, viburnum, lady’s mantle, and ivy were tucked inside Tiffany & Co. handbags, which matched the iridescent, aqua blue, floor-length dresses.
The rings were tied to a Tiffany blue pillow covered in white ranunculus and orchids. Wedding Tulle has a very similar design, checkout our custom silk ring pillows for more details.
This fun, bright drink is as unexpected but it can also serve a traditional role as your something blue. Always be creative with your something blue!
Your guest can receive a silver bell tied with ribbon and tucked in a suede bag to ring during the recessional.
This bouquet has two kinds of orchids and white and blue pearlescent beads. The stems were bound with double-faced blue satin ribbon, which was tied in a bow and embellished with rhinestone buttons.