As the seasons change, so do the textiles used at the most beautiful weddings! This fall and winter, you can definitely expect luxurious velvet to show up and take center stage.
Velvet on Wedding Reception Tables
Reception dinner tables are a fabulous place to feature velvet, either with jewel-toned tablecloths or a dramatic table runner. The soft and inviting velvet fabric gives texture to your tablescapes that is impossible to match with other textiles! Design your wedding napkins to coordinate with your velvet tablecloth for a great complementary look! Choose a classic monogram wedding napkin or a trending ombre design, whichever works with your overall wedding vibe.
Velvet Ribbon Wedding Details on Flowers and Favors
Velvet ribbon, from delicate and thin to dramatic and wide, is an accessible way to add velvet to your floral arrangements, table settings and a ton of other subtle décor options! From affixing twinkle lights to arches or “reserved” signs onto chairs, velvet ribbon is a useful and beautiful way to add a bit of velvet at every turn! If your wedding favor includes a custom tag, use velvet ribbon to tie the tag to the favor for a posh touch!
Velvet Bridesmaids Dresses
Of course, one of the most stunning and eye-catching ways to add velvet to your wedding day styling is with your bridesmaids’ dresses. Imagine being surrounded by a gorgeous color palette of velvets in your bridal party photos! It really doesn’t get more beautiful and on-trend than that, and velvet is a classic fabric that won’t look dated in your photo albums in the years to come, too.
Velvet Wedding Furniture
If you’re planning on any focal point furniture at your wedding reception, consider choosing dramatic velvet chairs for the sweetheart table or a pair of fabulous velvet sofas in a styled seating area. Velvet furniture is luxurious and oh-so-photogenic. You’ll love the effect it has on your reception atmosphere.
Whether you just tip your hat to the velvet trend with some simple ribbon on your bouquets or you go all-in with velvet furniture and dresses, you’ll be glad you added such a beautiful layer of texture and luxury to your wedding day décor.