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Frosty Tiffany Blue Concept

Where's @DaniaChicago? You there? This is for you! I just discovered this frosty Tiffany blue wedding concept and I thought that you would LOVE IT! Are you gagging?!
This is a really terrific example of taking a popular concept, such as Tiffany Blue, (which is typically executed in a very New York, sleek and elegant kind of way), and using the color scheme to tell a different story altogether. In this case, it's what I call French Fantasy.
I say that because, while the color is unmistakably Tiffany (and very New York), the elements of the reception feature provencial chandeliers, French flourishes, topiary-esque lines, and faux Louis furniture. Combined with so much white and pink, the Tiffany Blue color becomes almost frosted, which adds to the ethereal element.
If this idea is something that interests you, please let me know. You can follow @DaniaChicago's Tiffany Blue Collection here for more ideas along that theme.
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