This Year’s Wedding Color: Blue

Every wedding season has a different color — and it seems to us that this year’s color is blue. We've witnessed a couple of weddings this year and were dazzled by the glamour of different combinations and shades of blue. Blue is clearly the color of the year.

The colour of the sky and sea stands for depth and stability. Among other things, it symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, and truth. These are all qualities prized by couples in a lasting relationship, and many wish to incorporate all that blue stands for in their marriage by making it a central part of their wedding festivities.

Blue has traditionally made a bold appearance at weddings, in ode to an old English rhyme that goes "Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe". The blue in the poem represents purity, love, and fidelity brought by the bride into the marriage. Although originally a British custom, the sentimental ritual has made its way over the Pacific Ocean, and new brides incorporate 'something blue' into their wedding day. Most significantly, in their ketubahs.

The cool color is a smashing hit with our clients. Lighter shades like sky blue draw more attention towards the text and illustrations of the Ketubah, and radiate a feeling of freshness and new beginnings.

While ketubahs in darker shades like navy blue or turquoise are associated with high rank or wealth. The deep shades are visually stunning and many find them to be elegant and regal.

Here at TINAK Ketubahs, we believe that your ketubah’s color scheme should match the color scheme of your wedding. It is after all the heart and purpose of the wedding event. Whether you would like a color combination or a ketubah in uniform blue, we have a lot of variety to offer.

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