I love how popular ombré (a gradual change from one color or shade into the next) has become, and I especially love it for use in wedding design. It add so much dimension to your chosen color palette. Why use just one blue when you can use every shade in the Caribbean Sea. Floating in the ocean is my favorite place to be, so I designed this beach wedding stationary to feel like it’s underwater — like you’re looking up at the surface seeing the light shine through.
Photo credits, clock-wise from upper-left:
“Viva Amore” Die Cut Beach Wedding Invitation by Lauren DiColli Hooke for Kleinfeld Paper — Blue & White Ombre Ruffled Wedding Cake by 2tarts Bakery & Catering — Teal Beach Wedding Table Decor — Strapless Silk Teal Ann Taylor Bridesmaid Dress — Blue Ombre Beach Bridesmaids (Photo by Sandra Aberg Photography)— Beach Wedding Ceremony Decor, at Frenchmans Reef Resort in the Virgin Islands — Gorgeous Colorful Beach Wedding Bouquet designed by Anne Appleman (Photo by Chrisman Studios) — Peacock Blue Wedding Shoes by RSVP — Jump into the Caribbean Sea — Aqua & Teal Ombre Two-Tone Bridesmaid Dress by La Femme Fashion — Aqua Wedding Shoes (Photo by Eternal Reflections Photography) — Aqua Beach Wedding Table Setting by Colin Cowie Lifestyle — Blue Ombre Beach Wedding Centerpieces — Beautiful Beach Wedding Photo of Bride & Groom Kissing by Studio 1208 — Blue Ombre Necklaces by Aquamarine Jewelry Studio — Ivory & Aqua Beach Wedding Cake with Sea Glass, Shells, Orchids and Starfish — Teal Calla Lily Bouquet — Garland Diamond Platinum Wedding Ring — Hummingbird (Mother Nature’s Blue Ombre) — “Viva Amore” Beach Wedding Escort Card by Lauren DiColli Hooke for Kleinfeld Paper — Chic Beach Wedding Votive Lighting — “Viva Amore” Circle-shaped Beach Wedding Save the Date by Lauren DiColli Hooke for Kleinfeld Paper — Peacock Feather Boutonniere — Aqua Bridemaids — Fuschia Beach Wedding Huppah