Royal Blue Wedding
Something beautiful, something blue!
Ideas for a royal blue wedding. Find blue flowers, dresses and more.
Blue Wedding Ideas
Thinking of having a themed wedding in the color BLUE? Looking for blue wedding ideas?
For 2011, BLUE was definately the color thanks to the British Royal Wedding; after all, it IS the traditional color to denote royalty. As Kate Middleton and William tied the knot on April 29th 2011, the highly anticipated British Royal Wedding made blue the color of the season!
While tradition says the bride should wear something "borrowed" and something "blue," if your heart is set on a blue wedding theme, you will be more restricted on what's available in the color blue. Flowers, for instance, can be hard to find and your choice of blooms will be more limited, as not all are available in that shade.
I've been searching for the best value royal blue wedding items online and here's what I've found. Just click on the links below for more information.
Blue Wedding Dress
Who says you can't get married in a blue wedding dress? My best friend did 25 years ago, before colored wedding dresses were even heard of!
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Blue Flower Wedding
Here are some fabulous blue flower options and all at great wholesale prices too!
Blue roses are unusual but very eye-catching. I love the almost iridescent shade of this one (you can see a larger picture at the top of page).
Blue tinted rose - More Info/Buy - 50 stems for $109.99
Hamburg Blue hydrangea is a round shaped flower formed from clusters of small 4 point flowers. One single hydrangea bloom can make a stunning centerpiece when placed in a suitable container; use them to to make easy DIY bouquets.
This hydrangea from California is a large, bushy flower with a stunning sea blue color and highlights of lilac-pink within the petals.
Blue Hydrangea - More Info/Buy - 8 stems for $79.99
Iris dark blue flower, an almost purple-blue toned bloom which is perfect for springtime. When fully open, you can see the bright yellow throats on the outer petals.
Irises look stunning growing in the wild and are named after the Greek goddess of the rainbow. In cultivated form, the Iris has a graceful power that will be THE focal point in any wedding bouquet or flower arrangement.
Blue Iris - More Info/Buy - 100 stems for $139.99