To celebrate New Year's, this #PinThisThursday features a very special sort of wedding theme; Art Deco! It's a modern take on a trend that first started back in the 1920's. It features bold, geometric shapes with rich colors and lavish ornamentation. Shimmering golds and gorgeous, bold black details, make this Art Deco world go round! Today's beautiful combination of colors is great for a winter wedding and especially a New Year's wedding.
When modeling this wedding theme, imagine The Great Gatsby. The romance and the fun, eclectic feel of it all is enough to make any couple smile! So how do you make it work for you? Here's some ideas to try!
1. Cakes - There are tons of unique ways to incorporate your Art Deco theme into your cake. Aisle Perfect has some really great ideas for Art Deco wedding cakes that will get you thinking. They use bold designs and sparkly hues to make dramatic desserts that look like they belong in an art museum!
2. Attire - Black and gold for everyone! Make your palette stand out and be seen, that's what this theme is all about. Add flowers to your hair and even the bridesmaids hair if you'd like. Vintage attire will really bring your theme home, if you dare! Fringe dresses and tight-fitting tuxes would fit right in.
3. Decor - To really incorporate your personalities as a couple, pick a few of your favorite things and make them gold and black. If you'd rather accentuate your theme, you can consider bringing in vintage fonts for your table numbers and place cards along with themed tablecloths and place settings.
There are a lot of fun ways to make this Art Deco theme work for your wedding day! Make sure to follow our Pinterest board below to stay up to speed on the latest trends and ideas for your theme!
Michelle has been with Wedding Favors Unlimited for nearly 20 years. Starting out in Customer Service, she’s interacted with thousands of Brides helping them navigate every detail imaginable around a wedding. She became a full-time writer for us because she realized he kept getting the same questions over and over and wanted to share them with everyone. Feel free to ask Michelle a question below!