I love themed bars. Not just the ones that serve gin and tonics or margaritas (though those are close to the top of my list) but any type of bar. It’s the aesthetic of all my options lying in front of me combined with being able to pick anything I want. Plus, having a bar of choices rather than one option would be nice for your wedding guests. So whether you have a liquor bar or some other table of delectable options, have fun with it and play up your wedding palette. You can go with a simple bar of tasty treats, like this black and white candy bar.
yogurt covered pretzels are my fav
Or you can incorporate your black and white theme with a chalk board and give your guests a wedding reception activity, like this cupcake decorating bar.
i love chalk boards at weddings
And every guest loves an open bar. So definitely consider that too.
On a total side note, how cute are these little guys? Maybe not appropriate for your black and white wedding, but what a great way to continue your wedding after the ceremony in your kitchen.
A black and white wedding palette instantly gives your wedding a classic and timeless feel – and who wouldn’t want that? So this week I’ll be picking out elements for a black and white affair. And while I think all of your main components should stick with the color palette you’ve chosen, you also need to incorporate a little pop of color here and there to break up the otherwise monotonous look.
ribbon and tiny flowers
Let’s start with the cake this week since that is the most delicious part. At a black and white wedding, the cake should be predominantly white. It’s just hard to make an all black cake look appealing.
birds and vines
You can break up the color blocking if you want with tiny bits of color, as shown in the leaves below. I love how classic yet modern this little branch cake looks. And those bird wedding cake toppers are such a seamless continuation of your cake theme. Love it.
An afternoon garden reception allows you to put extra focus on the sweetest wedding detail, the desserts. Instead of the single traditional, elegant wedding cake why not do a modern, laidback twist? Instead of including many cakes by making cupcakes, actually just make multiple cakes. And don’t stop there, do pies and cookies and cobblers too. I just love the idea of having a ton of delicious treats to pick from and it somehow feels fitting for a tea-sipping afternoon reception.
i'll take one of each, thanks for offering
And whether you’re planning this outdoor reception or a ladies only wedding shower these yellow and lavender macarons are too cute to resist. Such tiny little bites of goodness (click the image for the recipes too – another DIY option).
macarons look chic even standing alone
Most people splurge on their wedding cakes since the cake is considered one of the most important wedding elements. Plus with shows like Ace of Cakes and Ultimate Cakeoff, who can resist the excuse to actually purchase one of those culinary masterpieces? Those cakes are not only delicious (or so I’m told) but beautiful.
These gorgeous wedding cakes deserve an equally delicious wedding cake topper. And when looking for a unique and adorable wedding cake topper where do I start my search? Etsy, of course. Traditionally the cake topper is a mini version of the couple. Like these cute little birdies. So irresistible.
But modern brides are willing to be a little more flexible – and fun! – with their wedding cake decorations. Like this set of united hearts instead of people or this bride dragging her groom!
heart shaped wedding toppers