With some Indian Wedding Themes following the western traditions read this blog by Andrea Fowler from “theknot.com” (a wedding planning website in U.S.A) on how to style a romantic wedding themes by giving some black white wedding theme style tips.
Style Tips for Black and White Romantic Wedding Themes
Elegant and timeless, a black and white wedding is as classic as it gets—but the thought of pulling it off can be intimidating. To make this palette a little more approachable, think of the colors as light and dark hues instead of focusing on the strong contrast. Whispers of soft pastel shades like blush pink and ice blue mixed with dark tones will make the overall aesthetic less stark.
“So many of our clients have expressed interest in trying out a black and white Romantic Wedding Themes for their weddings,” says Krista Li of Two of a Kind, a rental company based in Long Island City, New York. “We wanted to show how it can be done in an ultra-romantic way,” Li says. From dresses to cake toppers, get inspired by this classic wedding color Romantic Wedding Themes styled at Weylin B Seymour’s in Brooklyn, New York.
Rega l Wedding Invitations
Your color palette doesn’t have to dictate every detail surrounding the wedding. In other words, if an emerald and gold invitation suite is calling your name, go for it! Just make sure the invitation is an accurate reflection of the event’s formality so guests know what to expect. This classic copperplate calligraphy and stylish envelope liners get the message across loud and clear.
Custom Bridal Fashions
Looking for a new take on the wedding bouquet? A dainty cascade of flowers offers a fresh shape, and since the bouquet is long and narrow, compared with wide and lush, there’s more room to show off the bodice of the gown.
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Boutique mirrors are to ballrooms what chalkboards are to rustic outdoor ceremonies—they add a hint of glam. And it’s much easier to track down a full-size mirror than a blackboard. Personalized signage is a great way to incorporate your wedding style at the venue’s entrance, and it can double as a fun photo op for arriving guests.
Ceremony Arbor With Floral Detailing
Give your guests a little something to gaze at as they watch you say “I do.” An arbor can act as the canvas for fabric draping, suspended bud vases, lush green garlands or an entire wall of fresh blooms, adding visual interest to your vows. Take the “second dress” to new heights by changing into an elegant black dress for the reception. It’s a seamless way (with a wow factor) to incorporate the color scheme into your the bridal attire.
Candlelit Dessert Table
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Mix up your dessert table with mismatched confections and decor elements that fill the space and create a stylish moment. A table runner of greenery and florals makes the spread look full and lush, while tall candelabras and taper candles create a luxe, romantic focal point.
Floral Cake Topper
A dramatic arrangement of black roses acts as the perfect topper for this modern asymmetrical cake. The tall, slender shape of the top tier elevates the design, emphasizing the unique—and expertly crafted—blooms.
So who says that black and white are colors of depression and dullness. Andrea Fowler has given some innovative ideas on how to Style a Black and White Romantic Wedding Theme which can be easily followed and helpful for Indian Christian Weddings.