If you’re a bride-to-be who’s drawn to elegance, romance and a touch of whimsy, you’ll love blue florals incorporated into your wedding style. Blue has long been associated with depth, trust and tranquility, which makes it the perfect color for weddings. Let’s dive into all the blue floral wedding ideas to inspire your special day.


Blue Floral Ideas for Your Wedding Party

Featured product: Blue Blooms

There are countless creative and stunning ideas to incorporate blue flowers into the look of your wedding party. Bridesmaid dresses in varying shades of blue or mixing in blue floral patterns can create a tranquil and beautiful palette. To complete their attire, choose bouquets brimming with blue blooms, such as hydrangeas, delphinium or iris to create a touch of whimsy and elegance.

For the guys, boutonnieres featuring a single blue flower create a cohesive look while adding that subtle pop of color to their ensembles. Consider incorporating shades of blue or floral patterns into their ties or pocket squares to make a striking statement.

As we always say – setting the tone for your wedding day starts with your invitation. This blue floral watercolor wedding invitation coordinates perfectly with a classic blue wedding look. Surrounded by watercolor blue florals, all your custom wedding details are beautifully showcased, and best of all, it’s incredibly affordable!


Blue Floral Wedding Cake and Décor Ideas

Featured product: Blue Hydrangea Invitation

When it comes to wedding desserts, there’s no sweeter way to incorporate the beauty of blue florals than with a stunning cake or dessert display. We love a cake masterpiece adorned with hand-painted floral designs, or you could use fresh flowers in shades of blue to accent any dessert or cake you choose.

Extend the enchantment of blue flowers to your wedding decor for a truly magical celebration.
Infuse your venue with the serene beauty of lush floral centerpieces, blue floral linens and romantic candlelight. Whether you’re celebrating your reception in a grand ballroom or a rustic barn, blue florals can offer endless inspiration to make your special day as enchanting as can be.

The blue hydrangea wedding invitation in this mood board is just so gorgeous! Couples love this set because of the affordable price and the romantic blooms that make it a beautiful choice for a spring or summer wedding.


Blue Flowers for Your Wedding Day

Featured product: Something Blue

Now it’s time for the main event! How to put your obsession with blue florals into the most romantic and timeless details for your wedding day.

Picture blue blooms delicately woven into every aspect of your wedding day and decor. Bouquets, centerpieces, aisle arrangements, ceremony arches and oh my goodness that dog in our mood board. So cute! Work with your local florist to find the best types of blue florals for your location and season. Hydrangeas, azure, delphiniums and cornflowers are some of our favorites.

Whether you opt for a monochromatic blue palette or incorporate blue blooms as accents alongside other hues, such as white, blush or green, the versatility of blue floral ideas allows you to tailor your wedding decor to reflect your unique style and vision.

We love the newest additions to our unique seal and send wedding invitation collection – this all-in-one, blue floral invitation is the perfect mix of modern and classic styles. The arch paired with the beautiful blue floral and greenery is so sweet. It’s perfect for a backyard or garden wedding in any season you choose.


Photo Credits: Bridesmaids: Rebecca Sigety Photography, Groom: The Ganeys, Wedding Party: Yessica Grace Photography, Flower girls: Dreamdressy, Bridal Shoes: Diana Marie Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs

Photo Credits: Cake: Soul Cake, Cookies: The White Whisk, Reception Tables: Erin Wilson Photography via Style Me Pretty, Couch: Photos by Sarah Beth via Something Vintage Rentals, Centerpiece: Tenth & Grace via Each and Every Detail

Photo Credits: Kazebo: Erin Wilson Photography via Style Me Pretty, Bridal bouquet: Down Mery Lane, Centerpiece:  Jay Anderson Photography via Wedding Chicks, Flower Vases: Kailee Dimeglio Photography, Dog Flower Collar: Diary of a Debutante