Blue is a common color we work with here at Sofia’s Cakes. Which means a lot of Tagaytay weddings have the color blue as part of their color palette. In this post, let’s talk more about blue Tagaytay wedding cakes.
In fact, a lot of our soon-to-wed brides come to us with all sorts of pegs and mood boards with blue wedding cakes. More about the color blue, as well as a few mood boards, and some color palettes below.
Here are several wedding cakes we’ve done for Tagaytay weddings, with blue cake bodies, or predominantly blue design elements.
Gallery of Blue Tagaytay Wedding Cakes
Check out some of these posts:
Chel & Lan’s telecoms-themed wedding cake.
Carmela & Colin’s cycling-themed wedding cupcake tower.
Paul & Jaclyn’s wedding cupcake tower.
Katherine & Dennis’ custom wedding cake.
The Mona Design
The Jane Design
An blue ombre version of our Annie Design.
This version of our Cassidy Design.
This version of our Bernadette Design.
Looking for more ideas for blue Tagaytay wedding cakes?
We’ve got an entire section on curated cake pegs, and inspirations on our site, including designs for blue wedding cakes, wedding cakes in purple, black-and-white, red, or wedding cakes for all sorts of themes/motifs. So go check those out!
More About The Color Blue
Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It is often associated with depth and stability. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. (From Color Wheel Pro)
Blue is sincere, reserved and quiet, it is reliable and responsible, and it exhibits an inner security and confidence. Blue represents a need for order and direction in its life, and you can rely on it to take control and do the right thing in difficult times. (From Empower Yourself with Color Psychology)
Now, note that there are different kinds of blue, in varying degrees of intensity, hue, and shade.
According to Color Matters, light (sky) blue is more commonly associated with peace, serenity, ethereal, spiritual, and infinity.
(The origin of these meanings is the intangible aspects of the sky.)
Dark blue, on the other hand, symbolizes trust, dignity, intelligence, and authority.
Meanwhile, bright blue evokes qualities of cleanliness, strength, dependability, and coolness. (The origin of these meanings arise from the qualities of the ocean and inland waters, most of which are more tangible.)
More Blue Color Palettes For Your Reference
2. Color Wheel Pro, Empower Yourself with Color Psychology, and Color Matters.