It could be invites, chair accessories, flowers, cakes, cars, precious stones and of course - your garter! Something blue is an on-trend choice for modern brides, usually paired with another colour for contemporary wedding style - pretty yellow or pink, as detailing on crisp white or elegant cream, chocolate or lilac.
And, of course, blue covers a wide spectrum of shades - turquoise, cornflower, navy, subtle or dramatic, delicate or bold. Sit back and browse our gallery of blue wedding ideas, all the work of British wedding designers for today's brides.
Pretty blue flowers dotted in this white bouquet designed by Leicestershire florists CK Flowers.
Above & below: blue pairs perfectly with vibrant oranges or delicate pinks as these bouquets show - all created by CK Flowers of Leicester.
Above & below: Northern Ireland's leading florist The Stables Flower Co designed this true blue cornflower compact bride's posy and these blue stone urns of blue hydrangea for an outdoor ceremony in the sunken garden at Larchfield Estate near Lisburn.
Above & below: delphiniums, lisianthus and aliums were used by Akito Floral Design to create the bouquets for this Nottingham bride's colour palette of peacock bright colours.
Above & below: Tricia Prince at Cotswold Vintage Party Hire used pretty blue accessories, centrepieces and furniture to create elegant, blue wedding style in the photos above and below. She also supplies the pretty blue bunting in the photo at the top of this page for weddings in Cheltenham and The Cotswolds.
Blue at its most delicate in this stunning aquamarine jewellery from Tunbridge Wells jewellers Payne and Son: pear-shaped aquamarine and diamond drop earrings in the photo above and briolette cut aquamarine on a single strand of pearls in this photo below:
The Duchess of Cambridge did her bit for blue and Iain Henderson Designs of Leeds have noticed the trend for blue diamonds and sapphires in engagement rings. These can be chosen in a contemporary cut or more classic style and in white or yellow metals as these photos show. Each of the following rings is designed and made at the IHD workshops in Yorkshire.
LandscapesWe love these photos, which take the 'blue' theme to another level using the night-time sky to glorious effect in these clever, back-lit photos.
Richard Wood Photography.
This stunning duck-egg blue cake were designed and baked in the Midlands by Leicester wedding cake designer Melody Cakes for a wedding with duck-egg blue, pink roses and daisies as its theme.
An assortment of bespoke blue makes from Lotty Lollipop:
Left: bride and groom cake topper from a recent wedding where the bride wore a peacock feather prom dress.
Centre: clothespun bride and groom created for a halloween wedding.
Right: forget-me-not fairy peg dolls make the sweetest wedding favours at a blue wedding.
GuysLet's not leave the chaps out! Suits, cravats and bow-ties can all co-ordinate with a blue wedding.
Here we have the Forton blue tailcoat, Mexico blue waistcoat with wedgewood blue ruche tie & matching handkerchief. Alongside that we have the Milford three-piece blue lounge suit with sky blue tie and matching handkerchief, all available to hire from Hereford's leading formal-hire shop, Bill Child Formal Wear.
Classy blue suits co-ordinate with a recent Yorkshire wedding photographed by Richard Wood Photography.
Leicestershire Venue Stylists Create the Scene combined flower petals with hand-tied chair sashes to create this fresh wedding scene.
Left: timeless navy and cream updated with a dash of sparkle by Create the Scene.
Right: peacock feathers displayed in elegant blue vases by Midlands venue stylists Shaan Events.
Many wedding car companies provide classic blue cars or you can ask them to decorate cars of other colours with blue ribbons to match your scheme as Alnwick Wedding Cars have done for this north-east wedding.
Delicate duck egg blue designed for a winter wedding at a country house by Cheltenham designers Archibald Edwards.
A fun invitation with a tiffany blue hand tied ribbon for that extra flourish by Archibald Edwards.
Pretty blue and green on this wedding invitation from the new Sparkle collection by Paperchain Wedding Stationery who colour-matched the design to this wedding's colour scheme.
Above & below: font, colour, designed card combine in these classic invites by Lizzy Lemon of Portsmouth with elegant navy at its best on quality-textured card in this design.
It's no surprise that this quirky 'monopoly' stationery is one of the most popular designs from the Bee Happy Designs Leicester studios.
Pastel shades of blue work well on their own or paired with pink as in these pretty, dotty save-the-date cards, both designed by Bee Happy Designs.
We'd love to see your favourite blue ideas so why not post a photo of your blue design on our Facebook page?