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Cornflower Blue & Peach – A Very Sweet Summer Wedding Palette

We may not quite be into summer weather just yet (we’ll get our week soon!) but we’re feeling all inspired by some of the gorgeous sun kissed real weddings we’ve been featuring recently! Even if sunshine can’t be guaranteed for your Big Day, we can guarantee a real summer feeling with this pretty cornflower blue and peach wedding palette.

Blue is a beautiful shade to opt for for your decor, and looks great in soft and romantic flowers. The trick to making blue warmer is to vary your shades and add a pretty peach or rose to give it some depth. For bouquets, consider blue Brunia berries, Hydrangea, blue Gentian and peach Rose – the below photos will give you an idea of the look you’re going for! Bridesmaids will look great in cornflower blue, and can add neutral accessories and maybe a splash of bronze or rose gold to finish the look. A blue palette also means adding your ‘something blue’ will be a cinch – check out these gorgeous ‘something blue’ ideas from our editor if you need some extra inspiration!



Blue Valentino Rockstud Shoes photo via SMP | Blue Mix Bouquet with Wrap photo via WantThatWedding | Blue & Gold Tablescape photo via SMP | Bride in Cornflower Blue Alma J Dress photo via SMP | Bride with Blue Macarons photo via DeerPearlFlowers | Blue & Peach Wedding Cake photo by Karenanna Cakes | Lavender Blue Bouquet photo by BlovedBlog | Blue & Peach Centerpieces by Aaron Delesie Photographer











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Former editor, current contributor, (she just can't let go!) Karen enjoys writing fashion but is known to dabble in decor from time to time. Her favourite section on the site is the Real Wedding section, followed closely by the Health & Fitness forums.

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  1. Beautiful shades of blue!

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