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The best blue wedding color ideas to inspire in 2020

Blue is one of the most timeless and versatile wedding colors. As a large color family, blue can be divided into many different shades , such as navy blue, dusty blue,teal blue, tiffany blue,  and so on. Moreover, we can expect to see a whole lot more of this cool, tranquil hue in the months to come according to the Pantone Fashion Color Report 2020. To prove just how amazing any shade of blue looks in every wedding situation, we’ve chosen our favorite 10 blue wedding colors that will help spark your imagination.


dark teal and orange fall wedding color ideas

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dark blue and fuchsia jewel tone chic rus

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navy blue and pink floral silver laser cut invitations


classic blue and ligth blue combined organic garden wedding color ideas

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romantic windsor blue and pasterl yellow garden wedding color ideas


dusty blue and silver monogram wedding invitations


dark navy blue and dusty blush classic wedding colors


Top 2020 wedding invitation trends

There are many elements that can make of your wedding celebration an unforgettable one. One of them is the wedding invitations because they deliver a taste of your wedding day to your guests. The most convenient thing to do is to plan ahead what type of invitation you want (we advise at least 8 months) and what colours, theme and materials you want for them, so that they match your whole wedding.


Lines and polka dots have been replaced by floral prints or natural designs. There are so many floral prints available to choose from, that we are sure there is one made for your very own taste.


For the animal lovers there are plenty of designs inspired by birds, dogs and even safari creatures as lions, giraffes or zebras. This theme can be linked with the wedding theme or even be inspired by your honey moon trip.

Pastel colours:

Wedding invitations are not white any longer, now they are full of colour; there are so many options such as pastel and dusty colours. The most popular ones are the pinks, the green and the blues. The best thing about pastels is that they complement each other and deliver a sensation of elegance and armony.

Bright colours:

Along the years, all bright colours have been considered forbidden for a wedding invitation, but the trend has been evolving and we have finally started to find bright colours on invitations, especially for celebrations that take place during the warmest periods of the year. Bright colours deliver vitalily and happines.


The representation of an especial moment or memorable place for the couple, or maybe a cartoon of both on the cover of the wedding invitation are some ideas that add more character to the wedding invitation. The use of watercolour illustrations is a top trend for this year.

Classic fonts:

Modern fonts have been now replaced by the classic fonts that became trendy again; especially these that are considered classic. The english type of fonts are the most popular choice along with calligraphy.


All materials used on your wedding invitations must be linked somehow to your wedding theme. You can use a variety of recycled paper, see through paper or even be bold and use  methacrylate.


The Top Wedding Trends of 2020

The Top Wedding Trends of 2020

Looking for something totally fresh that will bring your big day to the next level? We’ve got you covered.
by Lauren Kay
2020 wedding trends

With the arrival of the New Year comes a fresh crop of accompanying 2020 wedding trends. The Knot Editors are seeing bold pops of color and serious statements touch everything from inventive ceremony aisle ideas to food and beverage to the invitation suite. The best reason of all? Couples are making each aspect of the wedding uniquely their own, meaning sentimental color palettes that extend beyond your Something Blue to inventive themes that reflect your one-of-a-kind love story. Welcome to a dazzling new decade. After all, it’s time for 2020… weddings, that is.

bride and groom wearing rings

1. Green Vibes

Sustainable weddings are on the rise and we’re here for it. Consider “upcycling” your wedding, by committing to zero waste or a reduced carbon footprint. A lighter version of this 2020 wedding trend includes resetting a family stone or heirloom engagement ring, repurposing ceremony florals, sourcing locally grown food or hiring vendors who also prioritize sustainability (psst: we know tons! Check out our Local Marketplace!).

outdoor micro wedding

2. Micro Weddings

This wedding trend is by invite only—think 40 people or less. But like any exclusive party, a celebration of this kind delivers big. The budget per guest is higher, which means your very nearest and dearest are treated to bespoke touches, elaborate meals (tasting menu anyone?) and tons of personalization. This style soiree is perfect for introverts or people hoping to celebrate with a smaller group of loved ones.

table with candles and crystals

3. Magical Mysticism

If there’s one theme you need to know about 2020 wedding trends, this is it: mysticism is in. This spiritually charged vibe combines all the things: crystals, saging, palo santo, even aura photobooths. Don’t force this though, make it work for your unique couple style—send guests home with a rose quartz crystal, the classic stone for love, or ask your guests to pass around your wedding rings during your ceremony, imbuing them with good energy and well wishes.

Wedding menu

4. Inclusive Menus

Couples are being more thoughtful about inclusivity when it comes to every aspect of wedding planning, reception menus notwithstanding. Eats are going to check all the boxes in 2020. Vegetarian? No problem. Vegan with a nut allergy? We got you. Be considerate of all your guests by offering up a variety of cuisines and sips too (delicious non-alcoholic drinks are being crafted with care by mixologists too).

Bride wearing embellished headband

5. Barrettes and Combs

Veils aren’t going anywhere, but tiaras have given way to the latest in hair jewelry—barrettes and combs. These wedding hair accessories are often adorned in pearls, rhinestones and colorful enamels. They’re great for holding back natural curls or creating a second style for your wedding reception.

Bride and bridesmaids

6. Trending Hues

You probably didn’t start planning your wedding with a color scheme in mind, right? Settle on your vibe or style first (take our Wedding Style Quiz) and then find a way to add a serious pop to your celebration. Color is one of our favorite 2020 wedding trends. Expect to see a lot of neo mint, a.k.a. the new millennial pink; cassis, not quite pink, not quite purple; yellow, a mellow, rich hue with earthy undertones; and faded denim, a blue that equally fresh and serene.

Wedding reception venue

7. It’s Lit

Good lighting is the surest way to get those 2020 wedding decor trends noticed. From hanging installations to tube lighting and LED bars, the options are endless. Change up the feeling of your party from dinner to dancing with a light show or add strings of fairy lights to a concentrated space, like above your cake table for maximum effect. And fret not, candlelight is still on trend for creating an intimate and romantic vibe.

Wedding cake with colorul flowers

8. Edible Florals

Frozen in ice-cubes, tossed in salads, sprinkled on tops of dessert, edible flowers are a big wedding reception trend for 2020. This pretty extra is perfect for floral-loving duos and an easy way to elevate virtually anything from infused water to classic vanilla cake. Florals and weddings are synonymous so pair your edible petals with dried flowers for a romantic effect (think: pressed in invites, or as confetti after I do).

Wedding reception tables

9. Table Remix

As far as wedding reception trends go, this one is budget friendly: instead of only ten-top rounds or a long farmhouse table, opt for more artful settings. Winding tables—multiple tables pushed together to create a design—add an extra element to reception set ups. Not enough room to snake your seating? Configure your long rectangular tables into a fun design (think: X marks the spot).

Champagne on tap

10. Self-Serve Refreshments

We’re not talking a cooler full of cold ones, this wedding trend dresses up the actual serving of a signature sip. An artfully created wall-mounted dispenser, a tricked out bar of pour-over drinks, or a slew of specialty garnishes allows guests to create their perfect cocktail. Bonus: you’ll need one less bartender to pull it off.

Wedding decor

11. Statement Wedding Decor

Go for the wow-moment. Instead of stretching your decor budget to include many things, narrow in on one or two true statement moments, like hanging florals over dining tables, a neon installation that doubles as a ceremony altar or an explosive firework sendoff. Your guests will be sure to remember a real standout detail, especially if it feels very “you guys.”

Bride and groom

12. Dressed To Impress

Black is taking a backseat to blue. Navy, teal and cobalt hued jackets are trending when it comes to tuxedos and suits, while accessories of all kinds continue to be the favored way to really personalize a look. Unique wedding dress codes (think: white party!) are also on the rise.

Meat and cheese charcuterie spread

13. The Cheese Hour

Think of this 2020 wedding trend as the savory twist on the Viennese Hour (traditionally an opulent dessert display following the cake cutting). Instead of tables of sweets, wheels of cheese, crackers, nuts and fruit are piled high. This lux charcuterie board can also check the box for end of night nibbles for your guests—win-win!

Hand-letter wedding sign

14. Charity Check

Instead of dolling out party favors at the end of the night (or in addition too!) thank your guests for celebrating with you by making a donation to a charity that means something to you as a couple. One of our favorite 2020 wedding trends is giving back, in all forms. You can also link a charity to your The Knot Wedding Registry—with every purchase guests make, you’ll be doing some good.

Personalized wedding stationery

15. Personalized Paper

Your wedding invite can set the tone for your whole celebration—but it doesn’t have to. Lean into the wedding trends of 2020 with something that speaks to you as a couple, like using recycled paper and soy based inks for eco-friendly correspondence. Opt for a modern vibe by embracing bold colors, pattern and texture in your wedding invites. Or delight a more intimate guest list with a pop-up or acrylic invite that will really wow.

Mini burger sliders

16. Interactive Eats

Donut walls are giving way to more interactive (yet equally delicious) culinary moments. Conveyor belts doll out appetizers, while molecular gastronomy shows up at dinner. It’s all about the presentation and the flare factor. And flavors are getting an update too. Opt for a moment of fusion cuisine on your wedding reception menu (like: Mexican ravioli, pastrami egg rolls, or breakfast dumplings at the after party).

Wedding bouquet

17. Spray Painted Stems

Greenery is still hip, but this year’s wedding decor trend is getting a colorful makeover. Spray-painted greens, branches, and grasses are adding texture and pops of unnatural color (think neon, frosted pastels and metallics) to arrangements and bouquets. Dip dyed petals are also hot and a fun way to add an unexpected pop of color into the decor mix.

Bride and groom vows

18. To-The-Max Fashion

Our favorite 2020 wedding trends extend to fashion too, and this craze speaks to the classic loving crowd. Big ball gowns, exaggerated sleeves, embellishments and lace—a big departure from the sleek and sexy gowns of years past—are very now. There’s a regal undertone to these looks that feels uber romantic and classic without being expected. More is more when it comes to the 2020 wedding dresses.

Signature wedding cocktails

19. Spirited Sips

Mocktails aside, there are a few trending spirits for 2020. Gin is all the rage with no slowdown in sight—it’s perfect for mixing simply or for creating an elaborate, multi-ingredient cocktail. Mezcal is also trending with many new varietals to explore. Lastly, the addition of fizz (sparkling water, champagne, anything with bubbles really) continues to delight partygoers for its celebratory nature.

Tarot card reader

20. The New Amenity Basket

Think of this as the ultimate wedding trends #extra. Instead of treating guests to just mints and hairspray (psst, here’s what else to include in a wedding bathroom basket), make their trip to the loo more memorable. Stationing tarot card readers, magicians and champagne stations just outside restrooms ensuring the party doesn’t stop, even if you leave the dance floor. Want to really go all out? Stock up on dozens of tubes of drugstore lipstick and watch the ladies go wild.

We do Wedding

Specialists in event planing on La Costa del Sol

At We do Wedding we are delighted to provide you guidance through the process of planning your wedding. We are determined to fulfill your expectations and do our best to make of your event a memory to treasure.

We provide personalised services for wedding, sweet sixteens, hen or stag parties and many other events together with our suppliers in La Costa del Sol; people who pay attention to every single detail and who back our work up.

Remember that we are based in La Costa del Sol; a very scenic area well known not just for its gastronomy but also for its culture. A very versatile place suitable to make your dreams come true; beaches, mountains, rivers, the most beautiful weather and loving people who are ready to host your event.

If you have any ideas for your event we are sure we can make it happen together. Please send us all your queries through our contact form.

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