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Your Guy

If your favorite guy is willing to be a little adventurous with his suit, a velvet jacket can really add unique flair to his attire.

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Dress Detail

A velvet sash on your wedding dress can add pop of color or even be your something blue. This detail adds texture and style to your gown!

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Velvet's on the Table

Velvet tablecloths can add eclectic vibes to a wedding reception. The glam of the blue plush fabric contrasts beautifully with the rustic chairs and greenery of this boho wedding.

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To Have and to Sit on

Having a lounge area at the reception is a fun way to play with prints, patterns, and textures. But where to start? We think throwing in some velvet chairs and pillows is the perfect place.

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Start off with Style

Set the tone for your wedding theme by incorporating velvet details into your invitations. We love how the velvet lining makes these announcements look antique!

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Chic Feet

Your wedding shoes are a detail you can really show your personal style with. A velvet pump or flat with your wedding attire is truly unique.

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Groomsmen Details

Velvet seems to be especially popular with groomsmen. Try incorporating the fabric in the boutonniere, bow tie, or shoes.

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Suave Seating Cards

Oh, the sophistication! These seating cards with petite fabric bows give an extra dose of suave to any wedding decor.

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Pretty in Plush Bridesmaids

Velvet bridesmaid dresses can add to the cozy vibes of a winter wedding. These emerald gowns are elegant and exude vintage romance.

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Altar Drapery

The end of the aisle is where the most important moment in your wedding takes place. Make sure it fits your style as a couple. This red velvet drape makes for a memorable ceremony backdrop.

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Wrap Your Blossoms

Velvet details add gorgeous texture to your big day. A velvet wrap around your bouquet is no exception. Choose a color that you want to highlight in the floral arrangement or in your bridesmaids' dresses.