Cozy, and soft to the touch, velvet is the material that everyone is looking for this year. It is a hot 2018 wedding trend, and it’s high quality and luxurious look can elevate even the simplest wedding. It’s plush texture and rich colors make it perfect for all seasons! Whether you are looking for deep, moody Fall colors, or Bright vivid Spring colors, there is no limit when it comes to using velvet!
Fit for any season
This blue-velvet wedding theme is fit for any season. Midnight blue is a gorgeous accent color when used with softer shades of blue and yellow, and this combination is amazing for any spring or summer wedding. Blue and yellow are natural colors that are sure to brighten up any occasion. For a wintertime wedding, make midnight blue the main color, and use golden yellow and dusty blue as accent colors in minor details of your wedding decor and accessories. Midnight blue is a color that exudes elegance, and pairing it with a few delicate colors gives it a more contemporary look without losing the elegant quality it can give to your wedding.
Many mistake velvet to be a fiber of its own. However, it is important to know that velvet is a fabric that can be made out of many different fibers. Each fiber gives velvet its own unique look and feel. There are so many different types of velvet. Some velvets are stiffer than others, some have more sheen, and some are meant for casual wear, while others are only meant for decor and upholstery. This is vital information, especially for our DIY brides! Details are everything, so make sure you are choosing the most fitting velvet to achieve the perfect look for your wedding.
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Bouquet – Lauren Kinsey via Southern Weddings | Boutonnieres – Sarah Hannam via B. LOVED | Bowties – Jen Huang Photography via Style Me Pretty | Bridesmaids – Studio629 via Bride and Breakfast | Velvet blue chair and sign – Krista A. Jones via Hey Wedding Lady | Invitation and Ring Box – Rachel Solomon Photography via LVL Weddings & Events | Heels – Alex Thornton Photography via Trendy Bride | Ribbon napkin ring – Ross Holkman Photography and Clayton Austin via Fifty Flowers | Place Setting – Heather Payne Photography via Once Wed | Cake – Chaz Cruz Photographers via Elle Decor | Velvet Blue Chairs – Katie Shuler via Late Afternoon Blog