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Top 10 Dusty Blue Wedding Color Combination Décor Ideas
Love the color dusty blue, but aren’t exactly sure how to incorporate it into your wedding day? We can help!
Dusty blue wedding colors are one of our favorites, and it also happens to be a current favorite of brides and grooms. Whether your wedding is in the spring, summer, fall, or winter, these color combos will help inspire you to create the perfect wedding day palette. We’ll also throw in a few of our favorite dusty blue wedding décor ideas to help you envision how every color combination can come to life!
Dusty Blue Table Setting Combined with Terracotta Colors: Caroline Kent
Terracotta is a hugely popular wedding color at the moment, and it looks fabulous with dusty blue, especially if you want to add a little life to a desert wedding or you want a more sophisticated spring garden wedding.
The most obvious way to incorporate dusty blue wedding color ideas with terracotta is to use actual terracotta throughout your décor, but think more broadly about using the terracotta color on fabric and paper and you’ll have many more décor ideas at your disposal.
Reception Place Setting Featuring Mustard Yellow and Dusty Blue: Tidewater and Tulle
Looking for an unlikely color to pair with dusty blue wedding colors at your ceremony and reception? Consider mustard yellow!
Brides and grooms are really getting into mustard yellow as a wedding color for desert, boho, and late summer gatherings, but when paired with dusty blue, you can just as easily use this color combo at a sophisticated fall wedding or an early spring wedding. Try pairing dusty blue flowers with mustard yellow tableware, for example.
Bride Wearing a Dusty Blue Bridal Skirt: Ruffled Blog
Garden weddings look spectacular with dusty blue and blush colors, but this combo also looks great at a winter wedding when you don’t want your day to look too wintery.
Most wedding guests would expect to see things like soft pink roses and dusty blue fabric on tables, but why not surprise them with a little boho flair? Try pink pampas grass, a dusty blue wedding dress, or have the groomsmen wear blush pink suits.
Rust-Colored Flowers and Dusty Blue Votives on Wooden Steps: Elegant Wedding Invites
Rust is a great color for fall weddings, but it can look a little heavy. Adding dusty blue wedding colors can lighten things up and make your celebration look fresh and vibrant.
Actual rust in the form of rusted metal is great for a barn wedding, but if you’re going for a more polished look, try rust-colored glass charger plates and decorate with other kinds of rusty-colored metals, like bronze or dulled copper.
Table Setting featuring Light Blue, Red Roses, and Dusty Miller: Style Me Pretty
Dusty blue wedding colors can accompany a winter holiday wedding when they are combined with shades of cranberry! Try incorporating actual cranberries at a November wedding, use cranberry velvet tablecloths at a December wedding, and incorporate dusty miller into arrangements with deep red roses at any winter wedding.
Bride Holding a Dusty Blue and Sage Green Bouquet: Confetti Daydreams
Dusty blue and sage green were meant for each other! This combo is also a great way to make dusty blue the star of the show, as sage green can easily be incorporated throughout your wedding with greenery. For example, arrange dusty blue wedding flowers, like hydrangea, hyacinth, and viburnum among eucalyptus, lambs ears, and actual sage. Carry them in your bouquet, cover your ceremony arch, or ask your bridesmaids to wear flower crowns.
Dried Floral Centerpiece With Light Blue Candle and Table Runner: Red Box Days
Using creamy neutrals is also a great way to showcase dusty blue at your wedding. They also happen to be having a moment, as many brides and grooms are really getting into the boho look.
Dusty blue wedding décor at a boho wedding means using dried florals. Incorporate things like dried palm leaves, dried foxtails, and white gypsophilia. Dusty blue can be incorporated using napkins, candles, and table runners.
Table Decorated With Silver and Blue: Honey Bramble
A dusty blue wedding theme with silvery gray is great for winter weddings because it can give your décor a frosty appearance. These two colors are also very similar, allowing you to create a monochromatic look without technically using the same colors.
Use plush fabrics, like velvet, and use silver metal throughout your décor. Think mercury glass votive cups, sparkling silverware, and sequined dresses and accessories.
Reception Table Scattered with Lavender: Taryn Whiteaker
Combine light shades of lavender with dusty blue wedding colors if you want to add a little more color to your wedding day. It’s perfect for a garden wedding, or if you want to bring a little bit of French je ne sais quoi to your nuptials.
Use actual sprigs of lavender, use gauzy cheesecloth on old wooden tables, and incorporate both colors on wedding stationary.
All Blue Bridal Bouquet: Martha Stewart
Blue on Blue
Can’t seem to narrow down your options? Stick with blue! Dusty blue wedding colors look quite beautiful with shades of navy, peacock blue, and cornflower.
This idea is all about creating a layered look. Groomsmen can wear dark blue suits with light blue bow ties, bouquets can be constructed out of blooms in various shades of blue, and the dessert table can be strewn with blueberry pie, blue rock candy, and a wedding cake with light blue icing.