September blues

Make the blues your happy colour

From deep navy to dusky steel, blue is a beautiful choice for a wedding colour palette, especially for an autumnal season. Gone are the bright pops and faded pastels, and in their place, a gorgeous, striking cerulean will work beautifully. We love the gorgeous complimentary colours that sit so sweetly alongside blue. Have a look at our favourite blue hues.


If you want a hint of blue in your wedding dress, go for a dip-dye. Such a cute accent to fade into the white.

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A touch of gold

Gold works so well alongside a rich, deep blue for a truly luxury feel.

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Orange pop

A beautiful burnt orange really accentuates the autumnal season and adds another dimension to your wedding palette.

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Soften your blue tones with a pretty blush pink – perfect for a vintage feel.

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IMAGE: Millie Holloman Photography

Pretty feet

Slip on some deep blue sparkling shoes for a quick flash of colour under your dress.

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IMAGE: Jen Lynne Photography – Oscar de la Renta shoes

Perfect pairing

Blue and white have always been best friends, so dress your girls in navy and you can not go wrong!

September blues


Blue sits beautifully alongside any metallic. Gold adds luxury, silver adds a crisp sparkle, copper warms the tone and rose gold softens. Pick any one of these for a gorgeous glint of the fabulous.

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Perfect place

And whilst we’re on the subject of metallics, soften them up with a complimentary colour for a truly spectacular wedding table.

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IMAGE: Ben Q Photography

Sweet thing

Continue the palette theme into your treats too! Super cute sugar cookies are always welcome at a wedding.

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By the sea

If you’re planning an autumnal waterfront wedding, mute your blue tones to fit with the season. Fading and dusky blues are an excellent choice for a slightly less sunshiney seafront.

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IMAGE: Melanie Gabrielle

Want more fabulous colour palette inspiration? Head over to our colours and themes pages.