Black tie weddings are always a classic and timeless place to start your wedding design. Taking a limited color palette, like in this inspiration shoot from the Tec Petaja photography workshop, is a great way to create a blank canvas on which your details can pop. You can keep everything in your design simple by introducing neutral florals or bring in a bit of color through your paper goods and table decor. We love the idea of mixing this traditional wedding idea up by infusing some fresh color and personality!

Photography: Tec Petaja | Styling + Florals: Jacin Fitzgerald | Styling: Abby Capalbo | Location: Downtown Charleston | Dresses: The Dress Theory: (Camille Wynn) + Sarah Seven | Tuxes: The Black Tux | Rings: Heidi Gibson | Photo Lab Richard Photo Lab | Film: Kodak

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awegirls | Reply

greaat article and also picture

Kelly | Reply

I love these statement earrings! Does anyone know where they’re from?

Dror El-dor | Reply

Hi,
Who’s earrings is the bride wearing?
They are so pretty.

Thanks,
Dror

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