9 Ways To Pull Off A Modern Regal Wedding Style

by Bridget Clegg
Modern regal wedding details: Philip Ficks / TheKnot.com
photo by Philip Ficks

Regal is all in the details! Create a sophisticated reception style by layering shimmery and feminine extras on a foundation of crisp whites and gray. Luxe details to steal now: sheer sequin tablecloths over simple linens, artistic paper flowers paired with silver branches and monochromatic centerpieces that ooze lushness. See nine ways to capture a modern regal style at your reception in the gorgeous styled shoot by Philip Ficks and Prudence Designs & Events below and here!

Use Statement Details (Like Hanging Votives And Upholstered Bride And Groom Chairs!)

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Set The Table With Edible Favors

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Cake Truffles, $16 for 12, Momofuku Milk Bar

Use Lush Monochromatic Centerpieces

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Incorporate Artistic Paper Flower Details

Modern regal wedding details: Philip Ficks / TheKnot.com
Napkin ring by Bohemian Bloom

Rent A Piece Of Statement Furniture

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Bouquet by Prudence Designs & Events

Customize Your Lighting

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Upgrade Stationery With Metallic Ink

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Stationery by Lela New York

Top Your Cake WIth Frilly Sugar Flowers

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Cake by Wild Orchid Baking

Decorate Your Cake With Hand-Cut Patterned Fondant

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Cake by Wild Orchid Baking

From the album: Modern Regal Wedding Inspiration

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