Here you have 60 red and black wedding ideas; from Weddingomania
Red and black are awesome contrasting colors that make every décor pop! So why not incorporate them into your wedding day? Many brides believe using such a dark color like black may be depressing or look too gothic but don’t fret, black is actually a very common color used in weddings and if done correctly it will turn out just beautifully, see the photos below. Pairing red with black will add an even more bold and rich look to your wedding. Make sure to lighten up this color scheme with a little white, gray or a playful pattern like damask. Look at some inspirational examples below!
If you are a daring bride, rock your red and black color scheme in your wedding outfit: choose a gorgeous black or red wedding dress. It can be of any design: A-line, ballgown, strapless, mermaid or any other. Try a sheer bodice with lace appliques, go for embellishments, lace inserts and trains – such a statement color always means something lavish, so don’t be afraid to stand out a lot. Avoid adding contrasting jewelry and accessories to keep your look more modern and up-to-date. If you are a groom who wants to rock black and deep red, go for a total black look – with a shirt, suit and tie or vice versa – with a deep red tux with black lapels and a black shirt and bow tie.
Rock a luxurious wedding arch decorated with red and burgundy blooms; install a red neon light to create a mood. Keep your wedding tablescape in black and red, with black chargers and plates, black candles in gold candle holders, lush red blooms – centerpieces or table runners, add gold touches for chic or refresh the tablescape with creamy and neutral touches. Play with textures – add wood, leather, catchy fabric.
Rock your wedding cake in these colors, too: order a black wedding cake with gold leaf and red blooms, a luxurious wedding cake in black and red with gold lace and lush burgundy and red blooms, refresh the look with white touches or go for a decadent feel with gold, deep purple and burgundy.