What Black + White Wedding Dreams Are Made Of...
Here at Friar Tux, we live for a classic black and white wedding design, and Madeline + Fletcher’s Las Vegas I-do’s were what we in the biz like to call, PURE PERFECTION. And when the talented Kayla Bowen is the photographer capturing your big day, you know it is going to be amazing!
The color scheme, though monochromatic, was nothing short of delicious and vibrant! The deep black tones and the crips white touches played against each other marvelously. We particularly love how they added life and color to the overall space with the use of rich greens.
The ceremony was outside on the grass with chic white chairs and possibly on of the most stunning ceremonial chuppahs we have ever seen. With flowing white linens, and lush green ivy mixed with bountiful white florals, it was truly a show stopping piece.
The reception was a lively affair with white table linens, flowers, and our favorite personal favorite: his and hers signature cocktails! We will take a French 75 STAT (please)! We were just in awe with the venue of the JW Marriot Resort, we love how vast the spaces were while still feeling romantic and intimate.
The bride wore a trendy and chic white formfitting gown with a strapless neckline. But the real showstopper part of her dress was the sheer billowing romantic sleeves that looked so effortlessly perfect for her modern wedding. The bridesmaids and the groomsmen wore black gowns and tuxedos for a classic black-tie look. The groom stood out and matched his gorgeous bride by wearing a white with black shawl lapel tuxedo.
Pro Style Tip: When planning on doing a different look for the groom vs. groomsmen pay attention to the details to make them look cohesive. This group used the lapel styles of their tuxedos to create that oneness. The groomsmen wore black shawl lapel tuxedos, and the groom wore a white shawl lapel tuxedo. This small detail makes a big difference in your pictures.