Classic Blue is a comforting color reflective of lakes at dusk, pen ink, and shadows on rolling mountains. Known for its dependable and secure feel, it’s a strong symbolic color choice for weddings and has also been chosen by Pantone as the Color of the Year for 2020. For this wedding inspiration roundup, we’ve paired the rich tone of Classic Blue with shades of burgundy and light gold for a luxurious palette. The word burgundy comes from the French-made Burgundy wine, which is fitting because burgundy looks elegant when posed with glasses of red. Burgundy is a more serious shade of red that pairs well with large ballrooms and lavish elopements. This color combination will give any wedding a touch of sophistication. Look through our mood board and click the links below for more inspiration: 1. Zero-Waste, Plantable Invitations: These marble wedding invitations are printed on handmade, eco-friendly seed paper that will grow when you plant it in soil, leaving no waste behind. Since Botanical PaperWorks also allows for custom colors on almost all of their wedding invitations, it’s easy to match your chosen design to the Classic Blue Pantone Color of the Year, or any color for that matter!(Found on botanicalpaperworks.com) 2. Bridal Jewelry: These glittery, midnight blue druzy earrings set in plated brass bezel posts are a standout in wedding photos, especially in close-ups of the bride getting ready before the ceremony.(Found on Pinterest via etsy.com) 3. Burgundy Boutonniere: This classic burgundy boutonniere wrapped in dark blue velvet goes well with a navy or deep blue tux. Try flowers that come in burgundies such as roses, canna lilies, ranunculus, gerpoms, and dahlias.(Found on Pinterest via theknot.com) 4. Groomsmen Tuxes: Classic blue makes for a lavish groom’s tuxedo. Try pairing the tux with a burgundy tie and gold-patterned pocket square.(Found on Pinterest via bellethemagazine.com) 5. Wedding Party: These one-shouldered lace, floor-length chiffon dresses are flattering on all body types, and the deep burgundy pairs beautifully with blue groomsmen tuxedos.(Found on Pinterest via vineyardbride.ca) 6. Wedding Party Favors: Midnight blue crystal pops made of sugar and set on gold sticks are easy to find, inexpensive, and fun for table décor.(Found on Pinterest via weddingomania.com) 7. Bridal Floral Headpiece: Here’s an elegant floral, faux-flower headpiece that won’t wilt anytime soon. The burgundy, blush pink, faux greenery, and accents of navy blue gives guests something extra to admire as the bride walks down the aisle (outside of the beautiful bride and wedding dress!)(Found on Pinterest via etsy.com) 8. Wine Bottle Wedding Reception Décor: For an affordable and crafty yet classy look, collect colored wine bottles or stain clear wine bottles with glass paint and put battery lights inside. When lit up, these pieces look just like the starry night sky.(Found on Pinterest via confettisweethearts.com) Like what you see on our blog? Join our mailing list to receive emails with freebies, projects, coupons, green living tips, and decor ideas and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.