If you are not a staunch Halloween fan, then you can try the soft gothic theme.
While it seems mysterious, it’s also sophisticated and perfect for fall and winter weddings. The candles, hues, and chandeliers are all dark.
The bride and bridesmaids’ dresses are little and black and glorious smokey eye makeup. The food tends to be moody with dark wedding ambiance.
Sounds perfect for your wedding theme, right? Well, all you have to do is omit the drama and improve the refinement, intimacy, and style.
A soft gothic theme bride should wear a black dress. They should be more archetypal with corsets or atypical ones with intersected straps on the back.
Because the wedding is soft gothic, you can use white or other hues to moderate the look. To appear super trendy, go for a wedding discrete with an ombre skirt and a black lace top. An ivory or white wedding gear with a black cloak or black scheme of lace would be a cool idea as well.
If you are dressed up in a wishy-washy wedding dress, you can give yourself a more gothic impression.
How? Include black booties and smokey, medieval jewels, earrings, and back necklaces. All-black appearances with ties or bow ties work well for the grooms and groomsmen. Also, the bridesmaids can be dressed in black or black and white.
For your wedding invitations, they should hint on how your wedding’s theme. This revolves around the attire and floral choices and theme. For the décor, black will do fine. The tablescape should be moody, with grey napkins and shady geodes.
Fetch black upholstered furniture for the lounge, incorporated by some softer shades.
Have fun with your gothic wedding decor, whether you like it softer or a bit darker.