This theme is all about the glam, the style and the elegance – pair damask with some bling, and you have yourself quite the stylish affair. If you’re not too sure what we’re on about, let’s explain: Damask is a very delicate and intertwined pattern and the perfect way to break an otherwise plain colour scheme.
Let’s dig a little deeper into areas where damask can be used during your wedding:
- Invitations. It is one of the first interactions with your guests where your theme can be presented and should therefore make a statement.
- Stationery. This can include menu borders, seating chart, place setting name cards and thank you notes.
- Your wedding cake. Certain tiers of your wedding cake can have a damask pattern on it. e.g The middle layer of a 3-tiered cake.
- Bridesmaid dresses. You will definitely be the main focus if your bridesmaids are in damask dresses and you are in an elegant white wedding dress. Your groomsmen can wear a damask bow tie or tie.
- Your wedding dress. Have a few layers of damask under your dress or add lace on your dress to give it a damask feel.
- Table cloths or table runners. You can either have a solid colour table cloth with a damask table runner or vice versa.
Just remember that moderation is key. Too much damask can cause headaches.
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