Black is timeless and classic. Instead of going all-out bright and colorful at your wedding, you can introduce a bit of this timeless beauty into your decorations. This is a rather bold move considering black is not the most popular choice of color for a wedding but this unconventional color will win you over with how chic and sleek it can transform your wedding day décor. Here, we show you 9 ways black can work with another color or a combination of colors at your wedding:
1. Tropical Wedding Invitation
This black envelope elevates the already-very-glamorous gold foiled tropical wedding invites and is definitely a nice, surprising touch if you want to impress your guests.
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2. Mr. and Mrs. Napkin Ring Holders
These lovely napkin rings add a tad of black into the wedding setup without being too over-the-top. They can definitely add a nice accent to a gold and blue wedding color scheme.
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3. Geometric Terrarium Glass Wedding Ring Holder
For an outdoor wedding, you can put flowers, silk, moss or shells inside these terrarium glasses and lay your rings on top for a nice touch of black.
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4. Black Chalkboard Table Numbers
These black chalkboard table numbers are a nice way to incorporate black colors into your wedding reception tables. The black chalkboard also works well with woodsy and rustic weddings.
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5. Chalkboard Frosted-Glass Tealight Holder Set
Tealights are a staple for rustic outdoor weddings and these black chalkboard frosted-glass gives you a lot of room to exercise your creativity. Outline a heart or write your guests’ names – better yet, you can even write a special message!
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6. Black and Gold Macaron Box
End the night with a touch of elegance by gifting these refined, black macaron boxes wrapped around with black ribbons and topped off with a jewel. This will most certainly please the guests at the end of your wedding night.
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7. Flower Pew Cones in Damask
Black works well with a lush, white, floral setting. These flower pew cones can be used as a pew decorations, bridesmaids bouquets, or even a petal basket.
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8. Black and White Striped Tablecloth
Inspired by the Kate Spade's preppy vibe, this black and white striped tablecloth is the perfect addition to a white outdoor wedding. It elevates the wedding setup and make it look more polished and fun.
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9. Wedding Seating Chart
The fairy light design and the cursive writing of this black seating chart makes it the ideal decoration for a wedding reception, creating a vintage and rustic ambience.