World renowned jeweller Charles Lewis Tiffany ordered that beautiful blue boxes were only to be given to a customer who made a purchase from his company. The famous Tiffany & Company blue box became a symbol of importance in the early 1900s. The bright aqua-blue colour is favoured for weddings and home decor. It can be a bit of a challenge to choose flower colours to match with Tiffany Blue clothing, containers and walls.
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Arrange white snapdragons, daisies, pink carnations, red violet alstroemeria and chrysanthemum poms with Tiffany blue dyed carnations and hydrangea in stunning altar baskets, archway and garland decor. A mixed bouquet of cool colours such as purple, fuchsia, blue, green and violet with white will fill a Tiffany Blue vase in a colourful centrepiece.
White, ivory, yellow or light pink roses blend with the Tiffany Blue colours in hydrangea, bachelor's buttons and delphinium for wedding bouquets and centrepieces. Match a bouquet of white, pale pink or salmon carnations with Tiffany Blue wedding attendant gowns for a regal look. Ivory or pale pink roses complement rich brown ribbons in a Tiffany Blue and chocolate wedding. Fresh and silk lilies, roses, stock, snapdragons and carnations in peach and apricot also work well with the classic blue colour.
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Tiffany Blue is complemented by bright yellow roses, lilies, carnations or daffodils. Red poppies, roses and orange-red gerbera daisies pop against the blue colour. Dark blue and red-violet iris and pansies are analogous or adjacent colours on the flower colour wheel to the Tiffany Blue colour.
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