This invitation has a mysterious secret garden vibe to it. The dark tones make it appropriate for a winter wedding. However, because the flowers are brighter, they can also be used in the autumn or spring.
This floral design is therefore more contemporary than a floral wreath or a simple floral motif invitation. And, while it informs guests that you may not be having a traditional wedding day, it doesn’t reveal much about what to expect.
How to Download
There are two basic ways to download the file:
- Left-click the preview image > Right-click > Save Image As
- Or directly Right-click > Save Image As
- After that, locate where you want the file to be placed or saved in your device.
- For easier access, you can place it on your desktop if you are using a laptop or PC.
Anyway, if you are done with where the file is going to be placed, tap “Enter” to start the download process.
Software to use: Microsoft word, Adobe Photoshop, Ms. Paint (Choose one).
Basically, all the provided texts were written inside “Text-box”, so if you’re going to add additional text, you’ll need to insert another text-box for that.
Black and White Wedding Décor Ideas
While bold, bright colors are stunning, there is one color palette that will never go out of style: black and white. Of course, all white is timeless, but incorporating black details into the mix will elevate your wedding décor. You can go for a modern look or something more moody or romantic. For the most stunning effect, add contrast throughout your venue.
Do you think a black and white color scheme is ideal for you? Continue reading for black and white wedding décor ideas for your big day.
Choose Anemone Centerpieces
Anemones are one of the most distinctive flowers, with white petals and a striking black center. As a result, they’re the ideal complement to any black and white color scheme, whether used as a centerpiece or to line the aisle.
Make an Entrance
A personalized welcome sign will make your big day feel even more special. Choose a vinyl black sign as the foundation, with creamy white text for contrast. Complement the look with contrasting white blooms.
Embrace Your Venue
Making sure your venue works with the aesthetic is one of the best ways to plan a wedding with a black and white color palette. Even better, find a black and white venue! We can’t get enough of this tile floor, which serves as the ideal foundation for additional décor.
Use Patterned Rugs
Starting with the backdrop, we love how this entire setting embraces a black and white color palette. Another great way to add black and white detailing to a room? Add a rug or two to create a modern-meets-boho look.