Black & White Damask with Yellow Wedding Theme

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(to join me as I drool over these ideas for a black and white damask wedding with pops of yellow)

I'm loving this cake because the formality of the damask takes a back seat to some black and white polka dots and a huge flower that add a hint of playfulness. 

This idea board has so many wonderful things, I'm not sure where to begin...

Top Left: 
These invitations are to die for! The modern flower design, is simple, yet powerful...and not too dark for a wedding invite (making this wedding classy, but not landing it in the evening-wedding-only category.)

Top Right: 
Chandeliers...need I say more?

Bottom Middle:
I love how this cake looks like the decorator took a piece of lace from an old wedding dress to recreate an edible design. It's also perfectly paired with a black milk glass stand, which is really just as good as the icing on the cake :-)

Bottom Right:
This adorable black and white damask clutch has great shape, and could likely be used for a night on the town even after she says "I do". With a satin yellow bow and rhinestone/crystal brooch to add to the fancy factor, this little bag is ready to be stuffed with tissues and lipstick.

This next photo is for the boys.
Want your wedding photos to stand out from the crowd?
Try mixing it up with a patterned necktie!
With mustaches being all the craze, think about easing wedding day jitters by adding a little humor to your day via mustache on stick!

And for the ladies...
Your shoes typically aren't seen too much on your big day, so why not have fun with them?
Go for a bit of a surprise when your new groom goes to slip off your garter.

While we are on the subject of accessories...
Might I suggest, The Little Black Book as a perfect complement to your theme?
Another fun way to add interest to your wedding day photos, while saying thank you to your bridal party! You can find these, and many more for your big day in the shop at 

I saw this tablescape and instantly fell in love.
I love how they have made a dramatic statement while keeping in fresh and airy. 

Thanks for taking that little journey with me. 
Even though I've already had my wedding day, 
I still find so much joy in others'.