Because your wedding is supposed to be about you, you should disregard any expectations that others may have. For some, this implies that the wedding of their dreams will be exactly what they had envisioned.
For others, it means a completely different sensation. We’ll go through some ideas for an all-black wedding in this post. Take a look at some of our favorite modern black wedding ideas!
Modern Black Themed Ideas
Many people identify weddings with soft, romantic colors, such as the delicate cream of a bridal gown or the pale pink of flowers. However, these color palettes aren’t for everyone, and it’s perfectly fine if you want to go to something a little more daring, like a modern black wedding!
Colors from your wedding can be seen in your decor, flowers, and bridal party outfits, among other things. They aid in establishing the tone and aesthetic of your wedding before you focus on more particular themes.
While some items for your wedding may be difficult to obtain in black, if you truly commit to the theme, it will be stunning.
If you’re going to decorate a ceremony, keep it simple. Chairs with black cushions will help to make the color a focal point of your wedding.
These modern rectangle candle holders will illuminate your trip down the aisle while adding some great geometric flair.
Similarly, as you utter your vows beneath this stunning abstract wedding frame, you will look magnificent. It’s just the right mix of original and traditional.
This gloomy black aisle runner honors the beauty and significance of the commitment you’ve just made. It’s also adorably adorable.
Keep the all-black theme and continue with this gorgeous floral sign as you greet your guests at the reception. Black tablecloths and black chairs might be used to dress up the room while also protecting it from spills.
Your guests will be so astonished by this stunning black menu with gold marble accents that they will forget to order food!
On a black tablecloth, some mirrored vases for your floral arrangements are edgy and fascinating. They’ll be spectacular for a night wedding.
Take cues from this elaborate onyx design for table settings, which blends natural greens and creams to balance off the harshness of the black.
You can skip the table cloth if your tables have a dark finish already. To the black finishes, the wood grain will provide depth.
This tablescape is very dark and has a gothic feel to it. For a Halloween wedding, this is ideal.
This dramatic obsidian tablescape is quite striking and theatrical. It will astound and amaze your guests.
A lot of edgy brides fantasize about finding the right black wedding gown. This one has a traditional bridal gown cut, but with a color change that makes it so lovely and dramatic.
Look for dresses with black lace if you want to look particularly Victorian. This style is darkly romantic in a Tim Burton kind of manner.
Put it on your bridesmaids if you’re unsure about wearing black. Black bridesmaid dresses, like shown above, are especially elegant and contemporary. Every cut looks amazing in a little black dress.
Don’t limit the all-black outfit to the ladies! Your groomsmen will all be dressed in full black suits and be tall, dark, and gorgeous. It’s even possible to include the groom.
Invest in black wedding bands if you want to wear black until death do you part. This wedding band/engagement ring set follows the motif to a tee.
This black diamond wedding band is beautiful and classic with a punk flair for something a little more understated.
The hammered feel of this thicker tungsten band adds a lot of extra edge! Try these titanium babies for matching his and hers bracelets. They’ll look excellent on any finger because they’re simple and minimalistic.
Flowers are one of the most noticeable aspects of any wedding. This stunning bridal bouquet combines natural greens with black accents to create a stunning display.
The stunning black calla lily is one flower you may want to use at your wedding. These magnificent blooms will be ideal for your wedding day.
If you don’t want to go all black, choose a dark color like a deep red. This bouquet is especially stunning for a wedding in the winter.
This one-of-a-kind bouquet is dark and tropical, with a light summer feel. To achieve this look, consider adding dark leaves like these.
The wedding cake is another fantastic option to incorporate black into your big day! Let your baker know you want a dark dream, like this magnificent gold-foiled black cake, if you speak with them ahead of time.
This cake is also a work of art, inspired by the night sky. It’s impossible to determine if it was a baker or the Hubble Space Telescope that accomplished it.
A black cake, like this one, should include dark floral components. This is ideal for a January wedding!
This spooky cake has a rustic goth vibe about it, with an animal skull on top. Just keep in mind that it isn’t vegan. You can also use black candles to decorate your cake table!
Black Watercolor Wedding Invitations
I’m going to show you some stunning black watercolor wedding designs that you may use for your modern black wedding.
Just to make sure, if your invites are completely black, make sure your RSVP cards are white or a light color, or your guests may need white pens to fill them out.
How to Download
- Right-Click your selection.
- Select “Save Image As”.
- Locate the destination folder, or for easy-to-access, you can put them on your desktop, or just leave it as it is.
- Click “Save”, and the download process will take a few seconds or less depending on how fast your internet access is.
Open the file through Microsoft Word or Paint (Beginner), or Adobe Photoshop (Advanced).