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Invite the color of earth's oceans and skies to your day, and some of its most distinguished flowers — delphinium, light tweedia, and hydrangea, from robin's egg to midnight blues, held up by creams and ivories. Blue is courageous, spacious and eternal, like true love.

Our designer talks: 

Sky

"I love blue. I want blue in my own bridal bouquet. It's uncommon and not often found in natural grown stems. We find the most beautiful grown flowers for this palette, and we're careful about what we'd alter to add in. For instance, we may spray some baby's breath, but we wouldn't add blue to a rose." 

"This palette goes well in spring or early summer. I love it for an indoor wedding. Simple settings are best as this palette brings a lot of character. Nice pops of creamy yellow are a great addition if you’re looking to add on an extra layer of softness. Cue the pillar candles, a textural table runner. So beautiful.”

How other couples styled this palette

There's not just one way to do this. We can't wait to see your way.

Blue Porcelain