For most North Americans a Tiffany blue wedding or engagement party is the
a color with a tradition, kind of like red and green at Christmas!
Tiffany blue is one of the most branded colors out there, synonymous
not only with the legendary jeweler but also with engagements. It makes an ideal theme for any occasion surrounding your nuptials because of
what it represents.
By simply using the color you add instant glamour and style to
your event while reinforcing the reason for the celebration. Like with any party theme, it can be used for an elegant event, a
casual affair, or a scaled-down wedding or engagement party.
It's all in the details!
It's All About The Color
The color itself is protected by a color trademark so what you'll find on the
slight variations which look exactly the same and will give you
that desirable Tiffany blue theme wedding or engagement party.
Use one or two accent colors
to really highlight the richness of the color. The obvious choices are black and white—it's the purest and most formal combination for a Tiffany theme.
We personally like a 70-30 mix for the blue to black. We don't really count
the white as a color in our palette because it will naturally appear in dishes
and various other places like invitations, labels, favors, flowers etc.
White is the perfect color for party flowers in a Tiffany theme and you'll
varieties to suit every budget.
After black, comes silver and gold which remind us of the precious metals used in
Tiffany & Co. jewelry. These will give a formal look to your event. Use
gold or silver (not both) as an accent in smaller quantities for best results.
You can still use Tiffany blue for a wedding or engagement party if you're
going for a more casual look by pairing it with neutrals.
It works really well with earth-tones creating a color scheme that's ideal for outdoor
parties, tropical settings, and backyard affairs.
Tiffany Blue Invitations for Weddings & Engagements
Your invitations are so important for setting up your party theme. It's the
first thing your guests experience that relates to the party.
As they say, you only have one chance to make a first impression so make sure
to include the color in your invitations.
Whether the party you're planning is formal or casual, it's important to
carry the same palette throughout every aspect. It's these little details that
will make your party special and your color theme successful.
Tiffany Blue Party Ideas
The best way to make a big impression is to use inexpensive decorations
and lots of them!
Having many (and we mean, the more the better) of the same items adds a
visual rhythm to a party's decor and creates a wonderful atmosphere.
No matter what venue you choose, the ceiling is going to be the place where
you can add that WOW factor! It's a large surface which begs to be adorned with
Go for large paper PomPoms, hanging ornaments, and balloons. Having lots and
lots of any decoration will really transform a space. And...They're all
inexpensive so you get a lot of bang for you buck!
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for the best deals on hanging decorations, balloons and other party supplies.
For a formal look...use white dishes, white linens and clear glass to create a clean and neutral backdrop.
Go to your local dollar store or container store and get some cardboard
boxes. Spray paint them or cover them in Tiffany blue colored paper from your
local art supply store, add a white satin ribbon and you'll have a some great
display pieces. Use them as party decorations, or place a tin can
inside to hold flowers.
Get different sizes and stack them on a display table for an interesting and
For a more casual look, pair your signature color with a rustic feeling and rich textures. The
burlap table runner works so well here with the paper cut-out name holders tied
to the cutlery with a simple piece of rope.
The punches of the Tiffany blue color against the neutrals and textures gives
the overall look a lot of style. The important part of a successful party theme
is carrying the same concepts throughout.... like with this clever cake
Who would have thought that clothespins, burlap and a little paint could be
A Tiffany blue theme for an engagement party or wedding gives you a lot of
flexibility. The color is merely a starting point to express your own creativity
and the mood of the party.
So use the color as a starting point and then decide what type of feeling you
want. Go funky, elegant, traditional, casual, whatever best suits your style and
really make it your own.