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2 Takes on a Red, White, and Blue Wedding

July 2nd by Angie

Could you do red, white and blue?

With the 4th of July quickly approaching, this patriotic color scheme is becoming more and more popular. We love the idea of incorporating these colors into a wedding, but we wanted to put together an elegant affair that didn’t necessarily include stars, stripes, and Uncle Sam.

Check out our two fun takes on a red, white, and blue color scheme!

Brighten Things up with Red, White, and Sky Blue

This bright color combo captures the fun, festive vibe of summer perfectly. The intense, hot reds are nicely balanced by the cool, beachy blues, and the crisp whites really highlight the bold pops of color while adding a touch of refinement. Make sure to work this color scheme into your wedding if you’re looking to really heat things up!

red white and sky blue wedding theme ideas inspiration board
{ image credits clockwise from top left : Prima Donna Bride, Jackson Photography, Prima Donna Bride, Elizabeth Ashleigh, Wedding Window, Wedding Obsession, Prima Donna Bride, Exclusively Weddings }

Add Elegance with Navy, Red, and Cream

This take combines bold jewel tone colors with the sophistication of delicate off-white cream tones. The ivory in the cream colors brings a bit of vintage charm to place settings and accessories, which balances out the bright pops of blue and red. You’ll know this color scheme is perfect for your wedding if you love the idea of classic patriotic colors without the kitsch and cliche of stars and stripes.

red white and navy blue wedding theme ideas inspiration board
{ image credits clockwise from top left : Budget Bride, Kootation, One Wed, ShoeMint, Azzura, Elizabeth Anne Designs, Martha Stewart, Stolen Moments Cooking, Blooms by the Box }

What do you think? Would you have a red, white, and blue theme at your wedding? Share your thoughts in the comments below, or click “Like” to start the conversation on Facebook!

 

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