You won’t be the only perfect pairing on your wedding day with a stunning black and white theme.
Black and white: it’s a classic pairing. Elegant, sophisticated and timeless, it’s the perfect year-round colour scheme for a beautiful wedding. Just think of Audrey Hepburn’s little black dress paired with white pearls in Breakfast at Tiffany’s! You can’t go wrong with a classic, so, this week, we’re going to inspire you with some stunning black and white pairings in our Monday Moodboard.
Dare wear a black dress? You can do this with style and simplicity, like the bride on One To Wed. If you’d still love to marry in white, bring the monochrome theme into your wedding look with black shoes or black bridesmaid’s gowns. We love how the ladies on Love & Lavender have paired classic black gowns with stunning white bouquets: the perfect complement to the bride’s white gown. For the groom, think suave with a James Bond-style tux!
Cakes look simple and stunning in a black and white design. Try a white-iced cake with delicate black bow, like the one we spotted on Weddbook, that’ll wow your guests with its elegance. Dress your reception tables with white blooms, and tie your crockery with a black bow; this idea we spotted on Wedding Chicks adds a chic touch to the table setting.
Finally, make a statement that sets the tone for your day with some truly classic invitations. The chalkboard-style stationery we spied on Zazzle is perfectly suited to an outdoor summer’s wedding day in classic black and white. If we absolutely had to choose from this selection, we’d have to pick Ivy Ellen’s striped design that is simply timeless.
Click the links below each board and we’ll take you straight to the source of this week’s inspiration (L to R):
Have you planned a monochrome theme? Do you have a sensational white cake, or are you daring a black dress? We’ve love to see your classic theme come together. Share your own moodboard with us at: email@example.com.
Don’t miss our inspirational moodboards: subscribe to the WeddingHour blog today and get the posts delivered straight to your inbox.
The Wedding Affair