Blue is having a major wedding moment, and it’s exactly why we’re dedicating an entire month to it. Somehow? This pretty hue can be both classic and fresh. From the lightest robin’s egg to the deepest navy, blue can work with pretty much any colour palette, providing the perfect pop, that can suit your own personal wedding day style.

We’re celebrating all things blue with a swoon-worthy colour inspiration feature. Get ready for 25 gorgeous blue colour combos, styled tablescapes, and details that will blow your mind. Seriously, the possibilities are endless with this magical colour.

Consider this your blue mood board – whether for your wedding party style, invitations, flowers, or decor details. Let these vibrant images spark ideas you can infuse throughout your wedding. We know you’ll adore these colour combinations for every blue-hued wedding day.  Join us as we dive into the beauty of blue weddings and get those creative juices flowing. Your Pinterest board and heart will thank you.

Soft Blue & Taupe

Blue and taupe epitomizes refined style with an unexpected edge. Neutral taupes when paired with a soft, pale blue let the pastel tone do all the talking. The understated colour combination is perfect for seaside weddings or a modern celebration with a luxe, fine-art vibe.

Header & above photo by Joanne Keighery Photography via Blue Styled Shoot Inspired By Tropical Waters

Powder Blue & Coral Orange

For something a little bold, take soft blue and pair it with a rich, coral orange. The combination is bold and a little bit thoughtful, allowing space for native blooms and relaxed, boho details.

Photo by Journey by Light via Michaeleah & Zoe’s Whimsical Wedding at Potters Reception

Blue & Blue

What better to pair blue with..than blue? Deep hydrangea blues with duck egg blues, soft icy blues and pastel hues. You don’t need to add anything else when there are so many tones of this faithful colour to pick from. Bring it to life with florals, silk ribbons and paper pieces.

Invitation by Michaela McBride Calligraphy Photo by Lilli Kad Photography via Danielle & Patrick’s Utterly Romantic Vintage Wedding At Somerley House

Teal, Peach & Cream

Peach is always on point, and cream plays along nicely, but for something a little bold? Why not add teal to this colour palette? It’s modern while remaining fresh and has its bold mood to play a part.

Photo by Love by Shae via Modern Botanical Wedding Ideas

Moody Blues

Blues don’t need to be soft and romantic, they can be deep and rich too. Deep indigos, teals and sapphire blues, paired together can take your blue wedding in a completely different direction.

Photo by Lauren Stubbings Photography via Romantic Blues Beach Wedding Inspiration

Blue, Peach & Raisin

Peach and blue are a favourite but why not throw something a little bolder into the mix? Pairing the two with raisin gives an extra layer of depth, and allows this colour palette often seen in summer, to be used all year round.

Photo by Lilly at Dawn via Valarie & Jeff’s Relaxed & Casual Yamba Wedding

Nautical Navy Blue & White

Talk about a classic pairing! Go old-school preppy vibes or lean more towards classic nautical styling with the colour combination of navy blue and white.

Photo by Pixel Punk Pictures via Hamptons Inspired Nautical Wedding Ideas

Pale Blue & Soft Pink

Want something romantic? Pale blue paired with soft hues of pink is pretty and perfect for a spring wedding day. To elevate this combination even more, add a few pops of watermelon pink.

Photo by Frankly Faye via  Tash & Shane’s Soft & Pretty Wedding Day In Dunedin

Slate Blue & Green

Perfect for winter weddings or to honour the surroundings for a waterside day, slate blue and green are richly beautiful and add a sense of depth to the classic combination of blue and green.

Photo by Cassie Sullivan Weddings via Christalet & Nicholas’ Elegant Tasmanian Winery Wedding

Peach & Blue

There is a reason peach is often a favourite, but paired with blue, the fresh colour combination holds its own. These two together give all the vibes of warmer, sunny days.


Flowers by Two Wild Hands Photo by Jack Henry via Italian Inspired Wedding Ideas With Pastel Blooms