Color Crush: Periwinkle, Indigo Blue and Gray

This pretty pairing is just right for a casual-chic wedding by the sea.
by Elizabeth Wieck
Periwinkle and indigo stationery bridesmaids dresses hyrangeas
Corbin Gurkin Photography

Why We Love It:

Shades of blue are a natural fit for a seaside wedding. Paired with muted grays, a palette of periwinkle and indigo blue creates a relaxed but polished atmosphere.

Why It Works:

Using two different shades of blue (think: monochrome!) adds depth to a wedding color palette, without overtaking the beautiful scenery that comes with an outdoor or beach wedding. The gray details create a neutral foundation that help anchor both blues and the occasional silver detail—like the invitation script and mercury glass flower arrangements.

From the custom invitation suite (with a map!) to the mirrored hydrangea tablescape, let the photos below inspire your own palette of blues.

Custom Cream and Blue Stationery Suite With Silver Details and Lettering
Corbin Gurkin Photography

Bride And Groom Walking Down Petal Aisle In Outdoor Wedding
Corbin Gurkin Photography

Bridesmaids At Ceremony Wearing Periwinkle Dresses And Carrying Bouquets
Corbin Gurkin Photography

White and Blue Escort Cards on Silver Platter With Sand and Striped Twine
Corbin Gurkin Photography

Outdoor Wedding Reception Tables With Blue Hydrangea Centerpieces And Mercury Glass Vases
Corbin Gurkin Photography

Want more? Check out all the photos from A Beach-Chic Wedding at The Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, South Carolina for more colorful inspiration.

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