Royal Blue & Silver Wedding Colors

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Royal Blue & Silver Wedding Colors
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Royal blue and silver pair nicely, as the metallic silver is strong enough to stand next to the vibrant hue of royal blue. Decide on whether you prefer a formal wedding theme or a more playful one as you design the wedding of your dreams.

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Bridal Party

Strut down the aisle in sparkly royal blue pumps paired with a satin sheath of royal blue. For a more traditional look, go with a white dress inlaid with silver beading along the bodice and hem lines, or go for a royal blue sash along your waist or as a train. Dress the groom in a darker silver-grey suit accented with a silver and royal blue pinstriped waistcoat, tie and pocket handkerchief. Have the rest of the wedding party wear the same dark silver. All jewellery is silver or silver-toned.

Wedding Stationery

Design your wedding invitation in a pale silver card stock combined with a royal blue ink, or go for a more bold design by pairing silver ink on the royal blue card stock. Try a pale silver card stock with a darker silver writing, and use a royal blue border and print the new couple's monogram in royal blue on top. Carry the design to your other wedding paper products, such as the napkins, wedding menu, place cards, and the RSVP and save-the-date cards.

Decorations

Swag royal blue tulle along the back pew of the chapel. Add silver bows in the centre of the swag and as pew bows. Silver urns contain blue flowers, such as forget-me-nots, hydrangeas, roses or tulips placed along the bridal path and oaltar. Drape the reception entryway with royal blue tulle tied back with silver ribbons. Swag the tulle along the ceiling with silver tissue orbs in the centre. Table linens and chair back covers of silver satin line the room, while royal blue ribbons run parallel to the table creating a table runner.

Centrepiece and Favors

Use a silver urn to display blue flowers, such as Canterbury bells or irises, for a centrepiece that sits between the blue ribbons on the table. Another centrepiece option includes silver, five-arm candelabra with royal blue taper candles. Surround the candelabra with small silver shot glasses holding the head of one blue flower. Favours for the wedding include a silver box of chocolates, a blue tulle bag of jelly beans, silver photo frames with wedding bells or tiny silver charms.

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