With so many color options to choose from, selecting a color palette for your big day that reflect your style and personality can be an overwhelming process. Not to mention still coinciding with the current trends. If you are the one who are on the hunt for a contemporary and classic aesthetic: Consider a black and gold wedding. This color palette strikes the perfect balance between elegant and moody. Combing the two of them create a moody but elegant appeal, i t’s quite timeless.

Since gold evokes warmth and luxury and black takes on a dark and edgy feel, black and gold weddings pair best with Art Deco, glamorous, modern, and gothic aesthetics; you can throw this type of celebration in the dead of winter or the middle of summer. But the versatility of this combination doesn't stop there: While ballrooms, art museums, and industrial warehouses will provide a complementary backdrop to help your vision take shape, any blank canvas will successfully accomplish this theme.

Wondering how to decorate your venue with this color scheme? Read on to get inspirations.
Incorporate a Subtle Gold Accent
Start to kick off your black and gold wedding color theme with adding the hues to your wedding invitations.
For instance, at the Gatsby-inspired nuptials, opted for black envelopes and calligraphy with a designed gold custom crest and gold foil. “It’s a stunning way to bring the gold to life in a standout kind of way.
For a tropical theme, this color palette will infuse a moody, romantic, and luxe touch into a lush design, creating an eye-catching setup. For your stationery suite, consider a palm leaf-shaped card with a black border and gold calligraphy. The sky’s the limit with potential aesthetics.

To buy: Folded Black Pocket Wedding Invitation

Combine With Acrylic Elements
With its transparent nature, acrylic allows color to take center stage.
A transparent menu, wedding invitations with gold writing on the black napkins, appeares more pronounced against the acrylic materials.

To buy: Gold Acrylic Wedding Invitation with Leaves Pattern HPA289

Think Your Outfit and Accessories
You don’t have to dress yourself in a black or gold wedding dress to execute this theme.
If you’re wearing the classic bridal whites for your big day, you can pair it with black and gold shoes. Although the item won’t be visible to your guests, it’s a fun way to tie your theme together.

Dress your bridesmaids with This Hues
Dress your bridesmaids in black gowns with gold jewelry, and your groomsmen in black tuxedos with gold cufflinks is one of the easiest ways to reinforce a black and gold wedding.

To buy:Dotted One Shoulder Black Bridesmaid Dresses

Add the Colors to Your Signage
Set up a welcome sign in black and gold to welcome guests to your ceremony
An all-black installation with an ounce of gold lettering is ideal for modern, minimalist gatherings.

Look for Naturally Gold Blossoms and Leaves
Flowers are one of the most important details at weddings, so why not include gold blossoms and leaves into your floral arrangements, and place them on the perimeter of matte black chairs.
The contrast color flower decorations results perfect for Autumn wedding.

Set Up A Modern Lounge Area
You can give guests instant access to comfort by inviting these elements into lounge area, that decked out in black and gold.
For example, black chairs with gold lacquer feet or handles, and white flowers decoration will upgrade the area into a high-luxury site.

Opt for an Art Deco Bar
Black and gold palettes are frequenters on Art Deco weddings. Inspired by art and architecture in the Roaring Twenties, Art Deco designs tend to include geometric shapes and extravagant details, like this black bar adorned with an ornate gold pattern. Install gold shelving as the backdrop and flank the bar with black fringe lamps for an extra touch.

Decorate Black Tiers With Gold Foil
Compare to white confections, black tiers are preferred for moody, modern weddings.
And splattered with edible gold leaf and presented on a gold cake stand, your design will boast more texture and glimmer.

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