WEDDING TREND: Silver Chrome
It used to be that white and lace dominated wedding themes. Recently though, couples are seeing that silver and chrome mesh well with any color theme—white and otherwise. The bright reflective surfaces of silver and chrome instantly give a wedding party an instant uplift. It makes the set up look so amazingly high class.
The great thing about silver and chrome motifs is that they can assume either an old-school Victorian feel with ornate designs. Or, they can make the set-up impeccably modern with smooth surfaces. Either way, the effect is divine. Infuse some silver and chrome elements into your wedding set-up and see your event transform.
Silver candle holders come in so many shapes and sizes. They amp up the flare of tea light candles, providing a brighter looking setup.
Playing with frames as wedding set-up props is good idea. You can choose chrome or mirrored frames. Or, if you want a more classic touch, frames in silver antique finish give your event a traditional spin.
Blooms in silver provide a design contrast that makes for fancy picture-ready looks. The mod-femme combo can be translated into other elements of your wedding as well. Some even say that the complementary contrast of the design make for good conversation starters.
Silver and chrome pieces look amazing when paired with crystals. Think: winter weddings. This particular look is also great for celebrations during the Christmas season.
Even without flowers, silver or chrome vases look unbelievable chic propped up on the wedding tables. What’s great is that a lot of home stores carry so many options of silver and chrome vases that your wedding stylist will have a blast sourcing elements for the design look.
You can even add silver touches to your dinnerware. Match silver utensils with fancy-looking silver goblets. It completes the look, and your dining table will look all the more posh with the all-silver theme.
Add a bit of whimsy with silver balloons. Match the metallic ones with the muted ones. You can even add a few gray balloons to ground the lightness of the shades. This particular example shows helium balloons floating upside down. The balloon surprise adds to festive feel of your wedding day.
Choose wedding chairs in silver. Tiffany chairs are mostly painted silver anyway, so you won’t have trouble sourcing and even dressing up your silver chairs.
Spray paint some empty bottles with silver and use these to dress up the dinner tables. They can even make for nice holders for table numbers.
Add some bling to your feast with table numbers in silver glitter. Glitter always works to bring on the fun, bright, shiny vibe of your wedding party.