Crystal and navy blue micro wedding inspiration, with Amethyst Weddings

Published by Claire Gould on

Sumptuous blues and graceful styling make this shoot a real beauty. There are so many ideas to help you create a luxurious wedding look here, from the classiest florals to the navy and blue hues, and elegant, minimal wedding stationery. Thank you to lovely Sian at Amethyst Weddings for sending this our way! You’ll find a full supplier list below.“english

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The inspiration for this shoot originally came from the crystal chiavari charts that Emma at Dressed Events stocks. Everything else was pulled together around the crystal detail.

I chose navy blue to contrast with the crystal chairs so the chairs were the centre of attention. Navy is such a classic colour for weddings and is hugely under utilised. It’s perfect for any event and gives you a classic and formal look with a touch of luxury and elegance.

I chose to incorporate plenty of glassware with candles for the decor to create some additional detail and a few focal points for the ceremony setup whilst adding extra light and depth to the centre of the tables cape. A small gathering doesn’t need to be dull and lifeless. The table for 12 just oozes luxury and was so simple and inexpensive to create.

The white florals worked perfectly in the rooms we chose for the shoot as natural light was at a minimum particularly in the drawing room that we used for the ceremony.

Kay used the filling white blooms to great effect, creating striking arrangements for both the aisle and the table – hydrangeas “Schneeball” variety, sweet peas, nigella, phlox, spray veronica, stocks, roses and carnations.

The selection of grey candles is from Flying Tiger, Copenhagen.


Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.


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