Modern Black and White Disco Editorial

Ain’t no party like a Disco Party.

Black and White Modern Wedding Invitations and Flat Lay

Babysbreath has been all the rage lately, and we’re here for it. 

Bring back those 70’s puffy clouds!

Let’s start out here with the absolutely stunning couple we got to work with for this photoshoot.


In his black velvet suit, our groom looked straight outta GQ.

Our modern sleek bridal hair allowed our bride’s gorgeous facial features to pop and remain the focus. I mean, if you can focus on anything but her incredible gown.

How about that veil?

Have you noticed the pearl details yet?

Bride with pearl embellished veil on her wedding day with a white rose bouquet.

And onto one of my favorite moments, of course the bouquet.

This little baddie was full of White Playa Blanca Roses.

They open like heaven and smell just like it too, seriously.

But there is something you brides need to be aware of when asking for a bouquet of one single type of flower. 

You. must. angle. it. properly.

Because there are no other flowers or greenery to hide stems, if you’d like to make sure your blooms are the focal point, you’ll need to keep your bouquet tilted out towards the camera and your guests.

(Otherwise, hello stems!)

Why not keep showing you the incredible details?

Onto the gowns, you know you’ve been wanting to hear more about these babies right?

You can catch these showstoppers over at Ivory Bridal Boutique in Clovis, California.

Gown one was simple and elegant with clean lines and a gorgeous train.


Bridal gown with long train at ceremony.

Our next absolutely dream gown, was filled with classy sex appeal, flower embellishments and pops of tulle that gave it fun and a bit of sass.

It was stunning.

(Picks jaw off floor)

Sheer bridal gown with bow and lace embellished accents throughout.

So now that that you’ve seen the threads, let’s get to some floral inspiration.

You know, those puffy 70’s clouds we were talking about, well you’re about to see more.

And it’s gonna be swoon worthy my friend.

Babiesbreath filled arch with candles at the base to add some romance.

Just like McDonalds, “I’m Lovin’ It”.

Did you peep those pearl accents on our stellar cake from Sweet Flour Designs?

Black place setting with babysbreath runner wedding tables.

Let’s talk about those place cards, because I’ve never seen a disco ball place card and now I’m wondering why not?

They are absolutely adorable.

Wondering what something like this costs?

Babysbreath runner on rectangular table with white roses for a modern tablescape.

Here’s a moment to answer some questions about florals.

See that incredible babysbreath table runner above, well it takes a TON of babysbreath to make.

Since babysbreath is “IN” now, the prices have gone up.

So this little baddie would cost you about $15-20 per foot depending on the thickness and whether or not you want roses included, plus what kind.

But for this instance, about 14 feet of garland with a larger moment draping and white roses popping throughout you’re looking at around roughly $350-400.

Maybe not something you do on every table, but it’s a great focal moment for a sweetheart or head table.


Ok let’s get on with it, I’m sure you want to see the rest of this shoot.

Browse below, and fall in love.

I know, I know. You’re filled with modern vibes and disco inspiration.

That’s what we were hoping for. 😉

Babysbreath arch at ceremony for modern black and white wedding.

Let’s make this come to life for you, one puffy babysbreath cloud at a time.

Xo, Julie

Emerald Grace Floral Design


Vendor Credits:

Venue: @evanellevineyards

Host/Planner/Styling: @tyingknots_

Photographer: @tonigphoto

Dresses + Bridal Accessories: @ivory_bridalboutique

Florals: @emeraldgrace_floraldesign

Rentals: @cteventrental + @tyingknots_

Bar Car: @tipsylittledove

Signage + Place Cards: @craneandcloverco

Invitation Suite + Menus: @satinandmoon

Makeup: @bare.skin.beauty

Hair:@styledbyclaireee

Charcuterie Cones: @thegrazingtableevents

Cake: @sweetflourdesigns

Models: @tarranhawkins @dchambz15

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