Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

December 24 2018 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Chettara T. Photography

Photos by Chettara T. Photography

We've got some stunning dark Christmas wedding inspiration, but it's probably not what you're thinking. There are luminous fairy lights, a holiday-colored macaron tower(!), festive and fizzy drinks, pops of crimson flowers and drapery over lush and dark greenery and pomegranates, modern deep red sculptural cakes, and energy mist favors. This definitely isn't your usual Christmas wedding decor!

It just proves that even if you choose a traditional time of year for your wedding (Christmas, New Year's Eve, summer, whenever!), you aren't beholden to sticking to what's always been done. You can have a dark and moody Christmas that's just as elegant and chic as any other.

Let's sink deep into this divine red, black, and green melange of moody goodness…

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Holidays gone ultra chic: moody & dark Christmas wedding inspiration

Vendors

Photography|Concept|Planning: Chettara T. Photography • Florals|Styling|Planning: Copper & Sage Collective • Cake/Desserts|Planning: The Dulce Experience • Venue: The Whiskey Factory – Detroit City Distillery • Rentals: Detroit Chiavari • Makeup: Robbin Kujus for Configure Beauty Detroit • Hair: Sumayah Yasmeen • Jewelry: Emma Elizabeth Jewelry • Stationery: Morheart • Velvet Dress: Ellis and Indigo • Energy Mist: Twig & Stone • Bride: Michelle • Groom: Stephen

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