November 7, 2018 / Blog
Wedding Theme Inspiration – Dusty Blue
Weddings, a very unique and special form of celebration of love. They are usually associated with shades of white, gold or even silver, beautiful decorations that involve flower bouquets – commonly of...
Weddings, a very unique and special form of celebration of love. They are usually associated with shades of white, gold or even silver, beautiful decorations that involve flower bouquets – commonly of red roses- and emotional gatherings. But what if you are not the condescending type of couple? What if even though you appreciate the art behind the ordinary colour scheme, you imagined your wedding to be a little more special and customised to your own taste? Well, in that case, we have you covered. We let our imagination run wild for you, and we managed to add a fairy dust of blue to the theme, without tilting the balance of the minimal, regular colour palette.
If you are planning to get married by the sea, it is a very fitting opportunity to incorporate its mesmerising colour to your event. The set up that follows was the result of a dreamy cooperation; nothing would look as amazing if it wasn’t for this teamwork. The canopy by the beach was set up by the team of Food2Impress, using long, rectangular tables covered by dusty blue tablecloths and accompanied by stunning while simple, yet considerably bold, transparent Napoleon chairs. And of course, nothing else could have lit up the area better than what those asymmetrically placed chandeliers did. Christos Polyviou, of Luciana Wedding Creations and Event Planning was the mastermind who put together the romantic bouquet decorations, using a garland of eucalyptus, blue hortensies, “Anastasia” chrysanthemums and syringa flowers.
Naturally, the unforgettable wedding dress design that the gorgeous bride – Mary, worn, was by none other than the Gala Montenapoleone Bridal House while her hair stylist was Christos Artemiou from Artemiou Hair Design, and her make-up artist for the day was Natasa Yenakritou. On the contrary, the unique, square patterned, blue – grey piece that Stefanos was wearing along with the dark blue pants were from Uommo Boutique.
Additionally, the intriguing invitation and menu design, was an artwork of Inkdrops Graphic Design Studio, inspired by the wild sea and a considerably great accessory to the wedding theme.