A Velvet Dream!

There are several ways you can include this regal texture within your wedding revelries. The classic fabric is the perfect choice for ceremony and reception décor elements, especially during the fall season. Discover these versatile ways in which velvet can add a timeless touch to your celebrations.


Velvety Vows


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Pen down your heartfelt vows in beautiful velvet adorned booklets. The pretty keepsakes will be treasured for a lifetime and you will be flooded with memories of the unforgettable day every time you flip through its pages. It can also be used as a daily diary or journal to write your notes in.


Bling Boxes


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Store your prized possession, an engagement ring or a wedding band in a luxe velvet ring box. Put your bling in a stylish customized box so that your ring bearer can transport it to the wedding venue in a unique manner instead of the traditional ring pillow.


Regal Ribbons


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Opt for a bouquet ribbon accent for a rich, textured look in pastel hues or jewel tones. You can also tie your wedding invitation and nuptial favours together with velvet ribbons for a classy, elegant look.


Tablescape Textiles


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A statement velvet runner can really lift the overall look of your reception tablescape. Pair the vintage runners with metallic accented tableware and napkins to match. Up the trend quotient of your lush tablescape with majestic bold coloured fabrics along with the gilt glassware.


Draped Elegance


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Red velvet isn’t just a decadent cake flavour! Make use of lush velvet drapery in rich crimson, emerald or midnight blue hues as an elaborate décor element for the wedding archway.


Fabulous Attire


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The cosy fabric is prefect for fall and winter weddings. Play around with the silhouette along with the colour choice and pick out a bunch of dreamy dresses that your bridesmaids would love to don.



Feature Image Credit: @peytonrbyford