1. Bridal details

If you love wearing black for day-to-day and wish to add something black rather than blue to your ensemble, your shoes could be just the way to do it. Also, you’re guaranteed to wear them again, right?

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2. Groom’s attire

It can’t get more chic than this! If you both love black and are using it in your wedding, than the groom would be pleased to opt for an all-black suite – which we must say, is right on the money.

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3. The furniture

Such a subtle way of introducing black, but also an effective one. Your guests will need to rest their feet at some point in the night – so why not introduce black accents through your furniture?

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4. Plates and crockery

This will take your guests by surprise, but what’s wrong with that? Whether you’re opting for a sit-down or standing wedding, cutlery, crockery and tableware could be that touch of black.

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5. Dessert servings

Serve your desserts with a twist! If you’re going for a light dessert, you can serve them in cute cages like this, which also doubles up as décor.

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6. Napkins

Classy cloth napkins are way better than the paper version – and you could use this detail to introduce the colour in a very subtle way. Also, it will contrast really well with gold-plated cutlery.

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7. Centrepieces & accessories

Candlesticks can make for striking centrepieces, especially if they’re lit, creating a warm glow at your venue. And black ones like these will complement the colour palette of the rest of the wedding.

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8. Moody invitations

Invitations are the first glimpse guests will get of what’s to come on your wedding day, so if you’re sure that this is the way you want to go, introduce a strong touch of black through your invites through the card, envelope, or even a design feature.

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9. Bold bouquet

Your bouquet can feature stunning touches of black through dark flowers, ribbons and accessories, and, mixed with lighter coloured flowers, the contrast will be impressive.

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10. Little details

If you’re not keen on using black widely throughout your wedding, opt for small and subtle details that can be dispersed around the venue in the form of elegant décor, such as lanterns, jars and cute frames containing your photos.

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