Black and white damask wedding cake and candy buffet

A black and white damask wedding – ideas and inspiration

Black and white damask is an elegant theme idea for any wedding. It can be dressed up with lots of crystals and black accessories to create a very moody and dramatic wedding. Or it can be lightened with white linen, flowers and decor for a sophisticated and classy look.

Black and white damask is also one of the easiest damask wedding themes to pull off as there are so many accessories you can get in the basic black and white pattern. You can even easily buy black and white damask fabric and make many of your own wedding decorations.

Black and white damask long wedding table

For an elegant and dramatic look cover a long table with black and white damask table cloths and a black overlay then then use silver charger plates, crystal candelabras, black candles and simple white flowers.

Black and white damask themed wedding candy buffet and cake

Black and white damask themed wedding candy buffet and wedding cake.

Black and white damask wedding bouquet

Add a touch of damask to your wedding bouquet by wrapping the stems in black and white damask ribbon.

Black and white damask candle votives

Black and white damask candle votives will add damask accents to your tables, plus they make a great wedding favour for your guests.

Black and white damask wedding invitations

Black and white damask wedding invitations are always elegant.

Black and white damask wedding table decor

Cover a round table with a black and white damask table cloth, use simple white plates, black napkins and beautiful white and cream coloured flower centrepiece for a classic look.

Black and white damask wedding table

Start with a simple white table cloth and then add a black and white damask runner. Accessorise with damask napkins, black and white plates and tall white vases.

Black and white damask also makes a great base for you to add a splash of colour, try black and white damask with red or black and white damask with green.

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