Let your guests in on the secret of your wedding with appropriately themed invites. If you’re going for an elegant, dramatic feel, look no further than this Glamorous – Timber Faux Glitter – Invitation. You’ll find sparkling gold glitter on both sides – one side will have your monogram and on the other you’ll find an art deco frame featuring all of your wedding details.
With an art deco theme, your jewelry should stand out just as much as your wedding gown. Try a bold statement necklace like the bride in our style board. She opted for an emerald necklace with gold detailing, which coordinates perfectly with her neckline. You could also bring a bit of sparkle to your ensemble with a textured headband to match the outfit.
Opt for shapes on your cake
The art deco statement is all about bold geometric shapes, just like our style board shows off. This simple white cake is accompanied by retro gold fan-like structures on each tier that brings just the right amount of glimmering metallic and visual interest to the sweet treat. We also love this boxy design for a cake with plenty of shimmer and gold.
Go gold for your reception decor
Whether it’s a menu, a seating chart or a welcome sign, use accents of gold like a retro metallic frame to really set the tone for the reception. Even the stemware can have shiny detailing around the rim and stem of the glass.
Pay attention to detail
Every detail matters and lends itself to the wedding style, right down to the very last place setting. Take our style board for example – satin napkins and art deco typography on the place cards being held by rich colored gems (don’t worry, even the fake ones look real) offer a splash of color among a neutral palette. Each of these small details come together to really fit the 1920s theme.
An art deco bouquet
Slip retro accents – like brightly colored feathers, which offer a unique texture in an arrangement of blooms – into your bouquet. The bride in our style board paired vibrant pink petals with deep blue feathers for a dramatic arrangement.
What art deco accents will you have at your wedding day? Share your thoughts with us!