If classic elegance is your aim, you can’t beat a monochrome colour scheme. Lean towards black for a truly stunning evening celebration, or focus on white with just a hint of black for a stylish summer wedding. Today we’re all about black and white wedding invitations, setting the scene for your monochrome look.
All About White
These designs focus predominantly on white, adding just a hint of black for a more delicate end result.
Letterpress stationery is a timeless choice. ‘Eve’ by Strawberry Sorbet takes a contemporary twist to a classic style.
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For pure simplicity, this stationery with its modern font is perfect.
Image courtesy of Paradise Invitations
The ‘Sparkle’ wedding invitation by The Foil Invite Co takes on a little glamour with the addition of gold.
Image courtesy of The Foil Invite Co
With a hint of colour, the ‘Chalkboard range by Berin Made is just the thing for a spring or summer wedding.
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Marbling is a current trend and looks particularly effective in black and white. This design is by Bliss and Bone.
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‘Fairy Tale’ by The Hummingbird Card Company is one of our favourites!
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Be bold with black, a great choice for a winter or evening wedding.
Be uber cool with your stationery by presenting it in a new shape. We love this origami design with a black background.
Image courtesy of Penn & Paperie
Here, black and white make a statement with the addition of vibrant greens.
Image courtesy of Paper Minx Designs
Crystal embellishment gives this invitation a glamorous edge for an evening celebration.
Image courtesy of Be Happy Designs
Another design by Bliss and Bone. This time a black background features stunning florals.
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Black and white on a neutral background is bang on trend and it’s easy to see why. The added florals would suit a rustic, country wedding.
Image courtesy of 4 Love Polka Dots
While a black font looks elegant on a white background, white on black makes quite an impact.
Image courtesy of Paige Tuzee Designs
If you’re a fan of monochrome, why not carry the black and white theme throughout your day? It’s striking, elegant and classic all rolled into one!