With its warming temps, sunnier skies, and colorful blooms, it’s no surprise that March’s birthstone is one of the most cheerful colors on the spectrum—aquamarine. In honor of the season’s impending arrival, we’re sharing 10 wedding details in the spring-inspired hue, from a colorful cake to super-chic table décor.
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These vintage-inspired window and door seating charts add a rustic touch to an outdoor wedding, and a couple coats of aqua paint keep things bright and fresh.
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Turquoise makes a giant heart pop against an ivory invite. To complete the theme, address your invites in aqua ink, and choose stamps with complementary colors.
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Your wedding cake isn’t the only edible item you can play up with some color. Add a dash to other sweet treats, like these cheerful aqua-hued macarons.
Darling Bridesmaids’ Dresses
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Give your bridesmaids’ dresses some depth by outfitting the girls in varying shades and textures.
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These aqua vases are super-versatile—arrange them in varying heights to create interesting centerpieces, and scatter them throughout your reception (think: the bar, guest book table, and cocktail tables).
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Add a dash of brightness to your groom’s boutonniere with a single feather in the standout shade.
Pack a Punch
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Serve up a frosty, fruity beverage in a pretty crystal container—spike it for an adults-only treat, or go all-juice for a drink the kids can enjoy, too.
Baby Blue Shoes
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Wear your “something blue” on your feet with a pair of pastel pumps like these Badgley Mischka d’orsay pumps.
Aqua linens and candles look ultra-posh when paired with platinum details, from flatware to floral containers.
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Although it’s bright and cheerful, a little bit of aqua can go a long way. If you don’t want to cover your whole cake in the springy shade, opt for an ombré one, instead, to achieve just the right amount of aqua.
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If your guy surprised you with an aquamarine engagement ring, consider yourself lucky to have a groom with serious style smarts. If not, borrow a family member’s aqua ring for yours something borrowed or blue.