Every year, we eagerly await Pantone’s selection for Colour of the Year and 2020 was no exception. At the end of last year, they announced 2020’s colour of choice is ‘Classic Blue’. According to Pantone, it brings “laser like clarity” and with everything that has gone on this year we could certainly use a little of that! This elegant, sophisticated colour is the perfect way to instil a sense of tranquillity for you and your guests on your special day. We all know the phrase: ‘Something old, something new, something borrowed, something BLUE!’. So, let’s take a look at how we can incorporate this calming shade into your wedding…
One of the wonderful things about this particular shade of blue is how timeless and classy it is. Whatever style dresses you’ve got your girls decked-out in, this stunning tone will leave them looking effortlessly elegant as they support you on your special day. Particularly at Winter weddings, this shade creates a feminine yet bold look to enrich your colour palette!
Blue is a colour you do not typically see in wedding flowers, so why not push the envelope and try something different? It’s such an interesting shade and incorporating some unique flowers you might not usually find in a wedding bouquet (like beautiful cornflowers for example) is a lovely way to add a little personality to your wedding style. If you don’t find any flowers you like, you can always utilise a lovely classic blue ribbon to tie it all together.
Classic Blue Wedding Decor
Whether it’s party favours, place settings, or an installation, Classic Blue could be your something blue! It’s one of those colours that really goes with anything so you can get really creative with how best to add subtle accents into your decor. If you are getting married by the sea, this is a fantastic colour to incorporate into your wedding!
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