Home WEDDING PLANNING & IDEAS Colour Palettes Colour Palettes·26th September 2018·2 min read·0Wedding Colour Palette: Black and WhiteA black and white wedding colour palette can be chic, sophisticated and gorgeously luxurious.There are so many ways to include these two striking tones without looking like you’ve invited a game of chess to your day! Here are some of our favourite looks to give you some inspiration.Add some natureBlack and white can be quite a stark contrast, so adding some natural foliage to your wedding palette softens the look and brings some warmth.Images: Michelle and Logan; Ash and James Photography; Nicole LeeverHave fun with itJust because you’re going with a fairly formal colour scheme, it doesn’t mean it can’t be just as fun and frivolous!Image: Jan Garcia Photography; TreeTownPaper on EtsyAdd a metallicYou know we love a bit of sparkle! Adding gold brings a gorgeous Art Deco wedding vibe.Images: Cavine Elizabeth; Weddingstar; EtsyKeep it daintyKeeping the wedding white with little touches of black keeps it fresh and elegant. A bow here, a balloon there… rather than going for a 50/50 colour split.Images: Erin Hearts Court; Olivia LeighMake it light, not creepyUnless that’s what you’re going for! Jet black runs the risk of evoking spooky feelings, so make it smooth and chic – black’s not good at being subtle!Images: Olivia Leigh; Style me pretty; Erin Hearts CourtTablesLinens, stationery, décor… weave some black through the traditional wedding white for added interest.See alsoWEDDING FOOD AND DRINK·2nd June 2017·2 min read·0The Ritz Launches Moët Wedding PackagesDressesMarchesa, Carolina Herrara, Vera Wang, Reem Acra… all the bridal designers are throwing black into their wedding dresses. There’s a gorgeous way to incorporate the palette into your dream dress.Images: top – Olivia Wright, Lilu Bridal. Bottom – Carolina Herrera, Elizabeth MackenzieFor more colour palette inspiration, head over to our palettes page.