It can be difficult to work patterns into your wedding vision. Chevrons, polka dots, and stripes can be very bold, even when in soft colors. Want a pattern that isn’t quite as bold but still adds interest? We’re currently in love with the unique and beautiful lines of marble and have chosen a few of our favorite marbled wedding details to share with you as well as some tutorials so you can create the look on your own!
The soft colors of this placemat are subtle enough to not distract from the beautiful floral centerpiece. Check out the tutorial here!
Photo:Â The Why We Love
We’re so in love with these soft and romantic invitations. The marbling pattern is a sweet touch that works perfectly with the rest of soft pink and pearl suite.
Stationery: Orange Beautiful
How incredible is this gown? We adore how its texture and patterns reflect the same marbling of stone or paper.
Dress: Marit Fujiwara
We’re always looking for unique chair decor so of course our jaws dropped when we came across this beauty!
Photo:Â Erich McVey
These gorgeous escort cards would definitely make their way into guests’ scrapbooks. Go check out the tutorial here!
Photo: House of Earnest
Usually when cakes are marbled, it’s the cake batter that has been mixed. In this cake, the marbling is on the outside, giving it the appearance of real marble!
Photo: Patricia Heal
These beautiful vases would add so much interest to a centerpiece, with or without flowers.
Photo:Â Patricia Heal
These teeny votives are an easy-peasy way to add soft marbled color to your tabletop! Another tutorial!
Photo: Once Wed