Wedding Patterns

October 24th, 2012

Patterns are always popular for weddings. During the past several years, we have seen stripes give a nautical vibe and polka dots used for a classic look.  Chevron seems to be taking center stage these days, adding a little bit of whimsy. We have been scouring Pinterest and have found a few that have caught our eye that we thought we would share with you!

Trefoil

This pattern is both classic and chic and with the endless color combinations, it is a perfect addition to any wedding. The print comes in a variety of sizes and styles and we think it just might be the next big thing!

Herringbone

Herringbone is similar to chevron with a little bit more of sophistication. Herringbone is all over the home décor scene, which means it is just a matter of time before it makes it into the wedding world.

Fret

Fret can be a multitude of different prints but we were fond of this knotted diamond version. It is the perfect print that can blend in and stand out depending on how and where you use it. We suggest donning your invites and save the dates with it!

Ikat/Tribal

The ikat or tribal print is perfect for an outdoorsy couple having a fun fete. With multiple color combinations and geometric shapes making up the print, it is a whimsical addition to table décor or paper goods!

Camellia Floral


We are kind of obsessed with this camellia floral print! It gives us all sorts of inspiration for a late spring or summer wedding. Even the colors are perfection! This floral would look gorgeous for chair sashes and even on some fun monogrammed koozies as favors!

So what patterns are catching your eye this season? Feel free to let share in the comments!

See you soon,

~Paula & Martin Ramirez

Paula and Martin Ramirez are the proprietors of Historic Mankin Mansion, a wedding resort and bed and breakfast just minutes from Downtown Richmond. They enjoy new restaurant finds, Virginia wines and discovering fun events and activities throughout the area for their guests.

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