Black Urban Earthy Inspiration

Planning your wedding for the fall right now? Well great, because this week we would like to show you a few wedding ideas for your darker side: think black, urban and earthy. Dark colored wedding ideas are perfect for fall weddings because so many natural elements are settling back into their places. Mix that sweedish ivy from your garden with a black lace dress and a rooftop patio in the city, and you’ve got yourself the perfect combination for your very own black, urban, earthy fall wedding. You can even pair these ideas with some of our black and gold wedding inspiration ideas and a few DIY projects here and here.

While we have loved showing you lots of bright summery flowers here on Once Wed recently, it feels nice to bring it back to the basics.

1. TFM Models 2. Photography: Debi Treloar Photography 3. Image: Vogue Living 4. Via: Ruffled Blog

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Comments (7)

Leah | Reply

That black dress and table setting are gorgeous and SO my style! There are lots of black dress ideas on the Vera Wang on Weddings app, and it’s free!

Valerie (Pieceful Wedding) | Reply

I love this idea! It’s romantic, elegant, and natural…all the great things about a wedding!

Kristen Hudson | Reply

Love this-such a great concept for a wedding, so modern and elegant.

bridal girl | Reply

I love this concept for a wedding. The dark theme looks so perfect for fall weddings. Love it!

amanda | Reply

i want more!!

Darren F. Knapp | Reply

Black has their own charm, it is noble and solemn, it represents the formality of a wedding. I like this wedding style, simple and low-key.

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