There’s something so simple, fun and chic about polka dots. This pattern can literally be used on anything and it would look good. Whether the dots are big or small, you can’t go wrong. Try any of these ideas to incorporate the pretty pattern into your big day:
Get your guests excited about your polka dot wedding theme with this Pebbles and Pearls – Invitation. It uses muted, neutral tones, which speaks to a minimalist style. On the top and bottom are lines of white polka dots that frame your wording. The stationery offers such a simple style, but evokes a feel of glamour and sophistication at the same time. Coordinate your wedding invitations with other spotted stationery. You can even opt for spotted envelope liners.
Never overlook a polka dot wedding dress. Even traditional brides who want the white gown can incorporate this pattern through texture. White dots offer unique detailing whether it’s used throughout the dress or just as an embellishment around the waist. You can complement your look with a polka dot veil like the beautiful bride in our style board.
There’s nothing more chic or feminine than a polka dot dress. With such a busy pattern, it’s best to go subtle with the accessories so you don’t overwhelm the outfit. Stick with simple stud earrings or a silver pendant that won’t get lost amidst the polka dots.
Even the groom can rock the polka dot pattern in his ensemble. Keep it simple with a polka dot tie or socks, which will coordinate with your outfit and look precious in pictures.
If you can’t decide on a design for your confection, you won’t be unhappy with polka dots. You can opt for a clean and simple style with a neutral colored fondant or buttercream tiered cake with white polka dots all over. You could also choose larger dots for a more dramatic and bold motif.
There are so many different ways you could use a polka dot pattern in your reception decor. Wrap vases or blooms in polka dot ribbon, use a polka dot table runner or wrap polka dot sashes around the chairs. You can also point your guests in the direction of the reception with a wooden arrow sign covered in the pretty pattern.
Where would you incorporate polka dots into your nuptials? Share your thoughts with us!