Bold stripes are making a statement in the wedding industry. Black-and-white stripes may not be anything new, but they’re certainly making a trendy entrance at many nuptials. They’re clean, modern and can be dressed up or down. You can put stripes virtually anywhere in your wedding decor, but I’m here to offer you a bit of black-and-white striped inspiration.
Set the tone for your patterned special day with this Speakeasy Stripes – Invitation. This dramatic design offers stripes flowing across your stationery at a sharp angle to give it that 1920s speakeasy feel. As for the text, it certainly gets straight to the point, saying “We’re getting married.” This invite is a exciting alternative to the traditional wedding invitations with a fun font, pattern and layout.
Dress up your drinks
Provide a glam touch to your cocktails simply by sticking a black-and-white striped straw in each of them. It’s a small detail that can go a long way.
Wrap your blooms
No matter what color flowers you have, their beautiful stems can be wrapped in black-and-white striped ribbon. Whether the ribbon has thick or thin stripes, the design will certainly help your bouquet coordinate with the other items in your wedding. You can also give the groom and the groomsmen a bit of stripes by attaching some black-and-white ribbon to their boutonnieres.
Ask your girls to don the black-and-white stripe trend for your big day. They can all choose their own shoes and accessories to go with the dress to make the look their own and let their personality shine through.
Tiers of stripes
Adorn your cake with stripes all over, like the one in our style board, and top it with a big gold initial of your new last name. The pattern already offers tons of detail, so your baker won’t have to do much to enhance the beauty of your sweet treat.
Bring your striped wedding theme to each reception table by wrapping your guest’s silverware with black-and-white striped ribbon. Pair the ribbon with neutral-colored napkins for a simple look that won’t become overwhelming.
How will you incorporate black-and-white stripes into your big day? Share your thoughts with us!