New trend — velvet at the wedding
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New trend — velvet at the wedding

Are you ready to add a touch of luxury to your fall and winter celebrations? Look no further than the latest trend of velvet at weddings! From elegant dresses to opulent decorations and accessories, velvet is sure to bring a cozy yet stylish vibe to your special day.

And with our collection of velvet ideas for images of young people, decoration, and more, you'll be inspired to incorporate this lavish material into every aspect of your event. So go ahead, indulge in some velvet and make your wedding day even more fabulous!

The image of the bride

If you are looking for a dark dress for an autumn celebration, choose a velvet one. Does it seem too bold? Take a closer look at luxurious velvet shoes, a ribbon in a bouquet or even a garter.Offer dresses from this fabric to your girlfriends, it suits many.

Allison Harp

Sole Society / Wedding Day Flats

Jacy Hermes Photography / Lindsay Hackney Photography

Pinterest / Jen Rodriguez Photography

Etsy @linoandco

Etsy @GriffinsNestCo

Jieru Photography

The image of the groom

How good the grooms are in deep wine-colored velvet jackets! For more modest young people, butterflies made of this material or boutonnieres decorated with ribbons are suitable.

Capture the Canvas Photography & Rhythm Photography

Natalie Barrett Photography

Pinterest / MK Sadler

Wedding decorations

Velvet at a wedding can be not only in the images of the young and their friends, but also in the design. Complement the velvet-decorated reception area with soft-touch napkins on plates or tablecloths on tables in the dining area. Velvet Dresses For Wedding | Embroidery On Velvet Dresses | Shai's Trend and Style

In the lounge, put sofas and armchairs with velvet upholstery.

Ann & Kam

Jana Williams

Etsy @KraftologyStudio

Tie the knot in Santorini

Velvet at the wedding - accessories

The simplest solution is ring boxes, but that's not all. Look at the velvet ribbons used to tie up invitations or even the velvet inserts on envelopes.

Emilia Jane Photography / Etsy @linoandco


Sang An

Sean Dalton cover photo

Wedding trends for 2023