Blue is the colour of purity, love and fidelity, which is why incorporating ‘something blue’ into the wedding day celebrations has become such a popular custom. Tradition may dictate that this a bridal convention, but modern grooms are increasingly adopting it to signify that they, too, are pledging lasting love and undying commitment.
Rosario ballet pumps in royal blue suede.
Blue wedding smoke bomb for unforgettable images.
Bouquet featuring delphiniums, campanulas and scabiosas.
From £95 bloominghaus.com
Delicately faceted blue topaz Caramella earring, set in 18kt gold.
£220 each ateliervm.com
The Wilton watch by Bulova contrasts midnight blue with rose gold toned stainless steel casing
Satin stiletto slingbacks with diamante buckles.
The sumptuous Palm Tree earrings with tanzanite and diamond are handcrafted by fine jewellers, Devi.
Woven silk paisley tie, with coordinating handkerchief also available.
Hand crocheted, crystal embellished jasmine-inspired statement hoops.
Trailing hair vine with opalescent crystals.
Perfect for pre’s, silk kimono robe.
The Iris from Launer is miniature in size but maximal in style.
Fancy cut aquamarine sapphires, set in silver, these beautifully balanced drops are inspired by eagle rays and a percentage of sales goes to support coral reefs affected by climate change.
Bridesmaids in beautiful blue.
From a selection at monsoon.co.uk
Azure rhinestone hair clip
Unforgettable flower girls in powder blue from the new collection by
The Illyria headband is reversible with pearls on one side and dazzling rhinestones on the other of its chunky braided design.
Keep copious notes in this super-cute cross-grained leather-bound journal.
A cobalt blue boot for a more edgy bridal look.
Handpainted enamel Lhasa Mandala cufflinks with palladium plating.
At around half a million dollars, the Zahra Le Vian Couture necklace crafted from unicorn gems including 15.75 cts of Vanilla Diamonds® may remain a fantasy, but we can still admire, be inspired and dream.