This fresh, light blue color works so well for a classically inspired wedding palette. The birthstone for March, Aquamarine was derived from the Latin word aqua (water) and marina (sea). It has been thought to protect sailors and assure a safe voyage, as well as keep one level headed. Because of its watery implications and its beautiful cool translucency, we love this for a watercolor themed wedding. It compliments spring and summer colors (yellow, peach, rose) and is also perfectly captivating on its own. Plus, if you’re interested in the actual stone as a diamond alternative, there are plenty of gorgeous rings out there featuring aquamarine as the main stone – they’re classy, unique, and typically less expensive than a diamond. Win, win.
Bride in aquamarine dress with bouquet: Pinterest / Aquamarine Vintage Inspired Engagement Ring: La More Design / Shoes: Badgley Mischka / Nest Cake: Pinterest / Aquamarine Bridesmaid Dresses: KT Merry / Aquamarine gown: Zuhair Murad / Blue Glass Vases: Pinterest / Light Blue Macarons: andcute.com
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