Black and Gold New Year’s Eve Wedding

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding Ideas

New Year’s Eve is a truly magical and special time of the year to tie the knot. It signifies new beginnings and what better way to kick-start the year as man and wife? Pair it with an electric party atmosphere and a glamorous black and gold colour scheme – perfection! Let’s take a look at how you can create a black and gold New Year's Eve wedding. Black and gold new years eve wedding ideas Image Source - Photographer

Stylish Stationery

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding fabmood-com-ninaidea-com Image Source - Photographer First things first: your wedding stationery. Give your guests a hint of what’s around the corner with chic black and gold wedding stationery. There are endless designs out there that are perfect for this theme. Crisp white stationery with gold or black calligraphy will look elegant and timeless. Perhaps opt for modern black envelopes and fill them with gold glitter? It’ll give your guests a sparkling impression as soon as they open the envelope!

The Bride and Bridesmaids

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding stylemepretty-com-brittanylauren-net Image Source - Photographer When it comes to your wedding outfit, why not don a pair of glittering gold heels and some glam gold accessories? Your bridesmaids will look divine in a variety of gold gowns – the mix and match trend is still going strong. Dress them in shades from rose-gold to pale champagne gold: they’ll look co-ordinated and stylish.

Sparkling Cocktails

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding 100layercake-com-laurenpeelephotography-com Image Source - Photographer You can have heaps of fun when it comes to a black and gold New Year's Eve wedding and cocktails are just the start of it! Serve your favourite cocktails in gold rimmed glasses with black and gold striped straws. Create a glamorous cocktail bar with a golden framed sign saying ‘Pop! Fizz! Clink!’. It’ll get your guests in the celebratory mood straight away.

Signs and Seating Plans

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding weddingchicks-com-finchphoto-com Image Source - Photographer Signs are a great addition to any wedding décor, but they work really well for a black and gold New Year's Eve wedding. Write your favourite romantic quotes in white writing on various blackboards. Place the blackboards in gilded frames and display them around your wedding venue. It’s a great idea for your seating plan and it’ll effortlessly add to the glamorous feel of your big day.

Black and Gold Wedding Cake

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding burnettsboards-com-milouandolin-com Image Source - Photographer Metallic gold cakes have been seen throughout 2016 and they’re still going to be on trend for the upcoming year. But why not opt for a chic black wedding cake instead? A black iced cake isn’t seen very frequently, so you can count on it being unique! You can easily brighten it up with sugar flowers or golden icing. Display on a gold cake stand and a black sequin table runner for maximum impact.

Celebrate with Balloons

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding stylemepretty-com-8183studio-com Image Source - Photographer Balloons are immediately associated with parties, so they’re perfect for a black and gold New Year's Eve wedding. You could tie a handful of black and gold balloons in a bundle and put them at your wedding venue entrance. Balloons also make for fabulous wedding photograph props!

New Year's Eve Wedding Table Décor

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding weddingchicks-com-esmeraldafranco-com Image Source - Photographer Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding theweddingofmydreams-co-uk available to buy online from @theweddingomd Image Source - Photographer Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding theweddingofmydreams-co-uk- available to buy online from @theweddingomd Image Source - Photographer There are so many ways to style a black and gold New Year's Eve wedding table. Our black and gold chevron table runner is the perfect place to start – it is a fab base for your table décor. Accessorise with our gold heart place card holders. Use lots of golden candles to create a warm atmosphere – you’ll need it in the Winter! You could display your table numbers in antique black frames or even a golden calligraphy sign.

Send-Off Sparklers

Black and Gold New Year's Eve Wedding stylemepretty-com-simplysarah-me Image Source - Photographer What better way to end the night than with some wedding send-off sparklers? Give them to your guests as wedding favours and light them at midnight. Not only will it make for a seriously romantic photograph opportunity, it’s the perfect start for the year ahead! shop-now    

Hanging Vases And Candle Holders For Winter Weddings

Hanging Vases And Candle Holders For Winter Weddings

Winter is well and truly here which means that Christmas is just days away. Which is why today we're looking at some magical Winter wedding inspiration! Hanging vases and candle holders are a great way of injecting personality into your Winter wedding and there are so many different ways they can be used. Discover our favourite decoration ideas for hanging vases and candle holders. Hanging vases and candle holders for winter weddings ideas Image Source - Photographer If you love the thought of a simple yet stylish minimalist wedding theme then listen up, as we've got the perfect centrepiece for your reception tables. Simply secure some small branches or twigs in a vase. Then hang small candle holders from the branches and fill with tea lights. It's easy to style and it creates a chic Winter vibe that your guests will love. ruffledblog-com-katieharmsworth-com Image Source - Photographer You can easily create a rustic tree centrepiece too – the perfect choice if you're planning a Winter woodland wedding theme. Rather than using a vase as a base, opt for a wooden crate and fill it with dried moss. Then you can just secure it with some small branches or twigs and decorate it with rustic hanging candle holders. stylemepretty-com-alealovely-com Image Source - Photographer The outside of your wedding venue can often look a little bare in Winter, especially once all of the trees have lost their leaves. But don't fret, it's easy to make the outside of your venue look as good as the inside. Simply tie glass vases full of Winter blooms to the tree branches using a roll of twine ribbon. stylemepretty-com-smittenphotography-com Image Source - Photographer If you're lucky enough to have a rustic barn wedding venue that features lots of wooden beams, make use of them! Hanging vases and candle holders will look incredible tied along the beams, dangling over the reception tables. It'll give your venue a gorgeous glowing ambience and can even be an alternative to traditional centrepieces. confettidaydreams-com-clairetography-com Image Source - Photographer If your wedding venue doesn't feature beams but you love the thought of hanging vases and candle holders above your reception tables, it's time to get DIY savvy. You'll need to check with your venue first, but you can easily create your own temporary wooden installation that has the same effect as beams. stylemepretty-com-thescobeys-com Image Source - Photographer Hanging vases and candle holders for Winter weddings will look fab anywhere you put them, but why not add an extra festive touch? You could wrap twine, hessian or even tartan ribbon around the rim of your candles, jam jars or mason jars. Use a glittering gold or silver ribbon to hang your vases from – you can never have too much sparkle at a Winter wedding! stylemepretty-com-vickijames-com-au Image Source - Photographer Go all out with your wedding venue decor and create a showstopper centrepiece that's different from the norm. Fill large mercury hanging vases with Winter foliage – the wild and overflowing greenery will look stylish and it's perfect for the season. Ruffled - photo by http://www.pillphotography.com/ - styling by http://www.blvly.com/ - http://ruffledblog.com/stonebrook-farm-wedding-ideas/ Image Source - Photographer Add a dash of glamour to your Winter wedding with our gold and grey hanging lanterns. You could hang them from your wedding venue entrance or from your wedding gift table. Fill with tea lights for a golden glow. distressed_grey_and_gold_vase_centrepiece_3_1024x1024 Image Source - Photographer Hanging vases, candles and flowers are the perfect ingredients for a stunning ceremony backdrop. Adorn an archway or beam with lots of foliage and Winter blooms – you can never go wrong with romantic red roses. Work in some small hanging vases and candle holders and you've got yourself a seriously special place to say 'I Do'. stylemepretty-com-biasampaio-com Image Source - Photographer If your venue has hanging chandeliers, consider giving them a festive touch by decorating them with a Winter wreath. You could then hang vases or candle holders from the chandeliers for maximum impact. Your wedding venue will look completely unique, as well as magical. stylemepretty-com-carlagatesphotography-com Image Source - Photographer Take a look at our collection of hanging decorations vases and candle holders! shop-now        

Christmas Wedding Place Settings: Ideas and Inspiration

There really is nothing more magical than saying 'I Do' at Christmas. With that in mind, take a peek at our favourite ideas for Christmas wedding place settings. From rustic and woodland themes to modern and metallic styling, we've got it covered.

Christmas Wedding Place Settings: Ideas and Inspiration

When it comes to Christmas wedding place settings, you can go down a number of different routes. We love the thought of using lots of wooden elements for a rustic effect. Wooden plates and wooden trestle tables are a great place to start. Decorate them with lots of greenery and some driftwood for an extra woodland touch. Christmas wedding place settings ideas and inspiration Image Source - Photographer Keep your Christmas wedding place settings extra festive with sparkly reindeer place card holders. Not only do they look seriously cute, they can double up as wedding favours for your guests. They're perfect for taking home and displaying on the mantelpiece and your guests will have a lovely reminder of your day. Christmas Wedding Place Settings blog-westelm-com-jessicakettle-com Image Source - Photographer Pears are a wonderful addition for your Christmas wedding place settings and they can really add to your table decor. Place in the middle of the plate and tie a ribbon or luggage tag around the stem with the place name on. Christmas Wedding Place Settings magnoliarouge-com-lexivornberg-com Image Source - Photographer Keep it simple and minimalist with a chic grey napkin and a sprig of fir. Tie your cutlery together with a silk grey ribbon for a dainty touch. Although this style is ultra-chic, it's still a subtle nod towards the season. Opt for sparkly silver candle holders and vases to decorate the rest of your table. Christmas Wedding Place Settings 100layercake-com-elisabethmillay-com Image Source - Photographer Are you struggling for ideas on how to decorate your Christmas napkins? Then listen up, as we're about to get festive! Jazz up a simple white napkin by tying a cinnamon stick and a handful of berries to it with twine ribbon. It'll give your tables a delicious scent while looking seriously stylish. Christmas Wedding Place Settings View More: http://enroute.pass.us/christmas-bridal Image Source - Photographer Wooden tree slices make fab table centrepieces, but they also work beautifully for Christmas wedding place settings. Surround with pinecones, fir and lots of candles to transport your guests into a magical Winter wonderland. Christmas Wedding Place Settings elizabethannedesigns-com-jacquelynnphoto-com Image Source - Photographer Succulents aren't just for Summer – this modern plant works just as well for Christmas wedding place settings. Why not provide small pots of cacti and succulents as wedding favours for your guests? Christmas Wedding Place Settings Ruffled - photo by http://www.paulaohara.com/ - http://ruffledblog.com/irish-destination-wedding-inspiration/ Image Source - Photographer Tartan is a go-to pattern for the festive season, so why not incorporate it into your Christmas wedding place settings? Tie it around your menu cards, cutlery or napkins for a nod towards the season. You could even use a tartan pattern for a table runner as part of your reception decor. Christmas Wedding Place Settings stylemepretty-com-charlottejenkslewis-com Image Source - Photographer Pinecones are an absolute must-have at any Winter wedding and they're super versatile – as well as affordable! They make simple and effective place card holders. Why not tie them to a ribbon so your guests can take them home as a decoration for their Christmas trees? Christmas Wedding Place Settings theperfectpalette-com-marisamakes-storenvy-com Image Source - Photographer Green and gold are the perfect partners for a Winter wedding table. Simply line your tables with an abundance of greenery and Winter foliage. Accessorise with gold candles and chic gold vases. Perhaps add a laser-cut place name for your guests in glittering gold? It would make for a seriously unique place setting! Christmas Wedding Place Settings View More: http://kristaajones.pass.us/gg_christmas Image Source - Photographer Black isn't just for a Halloween wedding – pair it with gold and you've got a heavenly colour palette that's perfect for Christmas. Black place names written with golden calligraphy will look seriously stylish, why not add them to our gold place card holders. Compliment your colour scheme with gold lanterns, vases and candle holders. You can incorporate black shades through your napkins, table runners and even your plates! Christmas Wedding Place Settings artfullywed-com-emilykatharine-com Image Source - Photographer shop-now

10 Ways To Incorporate Moss Into Your Wedding Decorations

10-ways-to-incorporate-moss-into-your-wedding-decorations Image Source - Photographer Are you planning a woodland wedding theme? Maybe you’re dreaming of a rustic outdoor celebration? Moss makes for a fab wedding decoration and it can effortlessly set the scene for your special day. Read on and find out how you can incorporate moss into your wedding decorations.

10 Ways To Incorporate Moss Into Your Wedding Decorations

incorporate moss into your wedding decorations elizabethannedesigns-com-claryphoto-com Image Source - Photographer Put the flowers to one side. Moss makes fab wedding table centrepieces too. You could fill a vase with lots of overflowing moss for a wild look. Alternatively, consider adorning a rustic wooden tree slice with moss for an extra nod towards a woodland wedding theme. incorporate moss into your wedding decorations lovemydress-net-thekitcheners-co-uk Image Source - Photographer If you do love the thought of using flowers throughout your wedding tables, you can easily combine the two. Simply place a few pretty posies into jam or mason jars, and wrap moss around the rim of the jar. Secure with a roll of twine for an extra rustic touch. incorporate moss into your wedding decorations stylemepretty-com-sweetmondayphotography-com Image Source - Photographer We love the thought of covering weathered and antique books in moss – they make for wonderful table centrepieces. Stack a few distressed books together in the middle of your table and decorate the books with a few handfuls of moss. It’ll make your wedding tables look magical, with an Alice in Wonderland meets a Woodland Wedding vibe. incorporate moss into your wedding decorations rockmywedding-co-uk-annkathrinkoch-com Image Source - Photographer Table runners are seriously effective when it comes to decorating your wedding tables, but have you ever considering using moss as a table runner? Line along long wooden trestle tables and work in lots of rustic tea light holders for maximum impact. incorporate moss into your wedding decorations theknot-com-smsphotographyblog-com Image Source - Photographer Make the Bride and Groom chairs stand out by creating two moss chair covers. You could wrap moss around the top of the chair as an alternative to traditional foliage. If you’re having a Winter woodland wedding, why not create a mini moss wreath to hang on the back of your chair? It could be a fun DIY job for you and your bridesmaids, and it’ll get you in the mood for a festive wedding! incorporate moss into your wedding decorations stylemepretty-com-abritandablonde-com Image Source - Photographer Another way to incorporate moss into your wedding decorations is through your reception table numbers. This can be another DIY job for the budget-savvy bride – simply glue moss onto a 3D carboard number, these can be found at most crafting shops. Place in the middle of your tables and you’ve got yourself your very own woodland wedding table! incorporate moss into your wedding decorations junebugweddings-com-char-co-com Image Source - Photographer Create a unique seating plan for your wedding using moss. You could fill a frame with moss to create a forest-inspired background. Then pin your individual table plans to the moss – why not use brown luggage tags for an extra rustic effect? incorporate moss into your wedding decorations rockmywedding-co-uk-nickmurrayphotography-co-uk Image Source - Photographer Incorporate moss into your wedding decorations and create a wedding venue with the ‘WOW’ factor. Light-up letters in your initials are a seriously popular idea, but why not use moss instead for something incredible original and unique? Your guests won’t have seen it before and it’ll be a fab way to reflect a woodland wedding theme. incorporate moss into your wedding decorations stylemepretty-com-jillthomasphotography-com Image Source - Photographer Wooden crates are a versatile decoration to use throughout your wedding, and they go hand-in-hand with moss. We suggest filling wooden crates with moss and using them to display your wedding programs, confetti or even your wedding favours! incorporate moss into your wedding decorations stylemepretty-com-evanhuntblog-com Image Source - Photographer Moss makes a wonderful alternative to traditional ring cushions. A small dish or box filled with moss looks stunning with your wedding rings. It’ll look fabulous in your wedding photographs and it fits in with the rest of your woodland wedding theme. It’s super easy to incorporate moss into your wedding decorations. Moss creates a wedding day that is unique, original and seriously stylish. shop-now

A Magical White Winter Wedding Colour Scheme

What could be more elegant than an all white Winter wedding theme? This simple colour palette is effortlessly beautiful and oh so stylish. It’s perfect if you’re dreaming of a classic wedding with just a dash of glamour – and we think it’s just made for a magical Winter wedding day! Shades of crisp white and pale ivory throughout your décor will make a statement, and it’ll create a day your guests won’t forget. white winter wedding wedding decorations and ideas

How To Create A White Winter Wedding

Fortunately, an all white Winter wedding starts at your aisle style. Opt for white shoes and an elegant lace veil to kick-start your theme. Obviously, a white wedding dress is a must-have, but white gowns don’t just have to stop at the bridal outfit – bridesmaids in tea-length white gowns and gypsophila bouquets will look simply gorgeous. Wedding cakes with white icing have always been hugely popular and they work wonderfully for a Winter wedding celebration. Keep the white theme going by opting for a chic white calligraphy cake topper – a personalised one will look incredibly unique. Our fab ‘It’s A Nice Day For A White Wedding’ cake topper is just perfect for this theme. Consider decorating your wedding cake table with a white lace table runner and an ivory cake stand – beautiful! It’s often the small details in weddings that have the most impact. Let’s start with your table décor: fresh white napkins and silk white ribbons tied around cutlery will create elegant table settings. Instead of traditional ‘Bride’ and ‘Groom’ chair covers, why not wrap white silky material around them and tie with lots of greenery and foliage? It’ll make your chairs stand out while looking seriously stylish. White or cream jugs full of stunning white blooms make for gorgeous wedding table centrepieces – and they can easily be set up on the morning of your special day. Surround with dainty white tea lights for an extra touch – and who doesn’t love candles at weddings?! If your wedding venue is already a blank canvas with white walls and interiors, you’ve already set the scene before you’ve even started with venue décor. Balloons have become a huge décor trend this year, and I think white balloons are particularly chic. Tie a few together and dot around your venue for a subtle nod towards your white Winter wedding. Balloons also make for fab props in your wedding photographs, and they’ll look very bridal. Keep things romantic by creating a white table full of your favourite photographs of you as a couple and display them in a variety of white frames. Your guests will love looking at them and it’ll break the ice and get people talking! You could be extra clever and include photographs of your siblings, parents and grandparents on their wedding day too. An all white Winter wedding theme is utterly elegant, beautiful and classy. You really can’t go wrong with this theme – you just have to use your imagination when it comes to styling your wedding venue. If you are planning on this colour scheme browse our white wedding decorations here. pin these images on pinterest White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas White winter wedding decorations and ideas    White winter wedding decorations and ideas      White winter wedding decorations and ideas Photography Credits Image 1: Source Photographer / Image 2: Source Photographer / Image 3: Source Photographer / Image 4: SourcePhotographer / Image 5: SourcePhotographer / Image 6: SourcePhotographer / Image 7: Source Photographer / Image 8: SourcePhotographer / Image 9: SourcePhotographer / Image 10: SourcePhotographer / Image 11: Source Photographer / Image 12: Source Photographer / Image 13: Source - Photographer / Image 14: Source - Photographer / Image 15: Source - Photographer / Image 16: Source - Photographer