In weddings, blue is often used as a motif because of the well-known rhyme, "Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue." Blue is believed to symbolize fidelity and purity, so this also explains most brides' preference for this cool color.

Blue as a motif can be used all year round to express the changing seasons. When paired with earth tones or other bright colors, blue becomes the perfect hue for a laidback beach wedding. On the other hand, combining blue with metallic colors is great for sophisticated winter-themed weddings. Used either way, blue sets a lingering relaxing mood that's ideal for your special day.

To see how various shades of blue can be infused in your wedding decor, browse through our gallery below.

For listings of stylists who can help you pull off a blue wedding, click here.

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