To reproduce this setting, use pink as the backdrop and ebony as a border on plain white plates. Topstitch black thread across linen napkins. For the favor boxes, glue a thin black-and-white striped ribbon on the top, then glue a plastic cameo over it (ours is from Jewelry Findings Online). Tuck a treat, such as a chocolate, inside. To make the place card, use your computer to print the delicate black frame on pink card stock.
If the effusive ranunculus and garden roses are the stars of this centerpiece, the peach calla lilies, ruffly bottlebrush and grevillea, dinner-plate dahlias, spindly spider lilies, and vintage velvet swirls are their lovely supporting players. Lending a shot of modern sophistication are sprigs of European privet berries and smoke-bush leaves scattered throughout. For even more drama, florist Naomi deManana paired this arrangement with a dome of roses and placed both in bold black glass urns by Barreveld International.
A groom and his attendants can add a touch of pink via blush-colored cuff links. Cuff links, left to right, from top: Vintage pink enamel from Bergdorf Goodman, striped enamel from Alice Kwartler Antiques, typewriter keys from Barneys New York; oval enamel, vintage enamel with pearl, and octagonal enamel, from Alice Kwartler Antiques; mother-of-pearl by Thomas Pink.
A black tie pops when laid against a pink shirt; the same goes for a pink tie and black shirt. Add a bit of whimsy with a graphic black and white tie. Pink tie by Luigi Borrelli; black tie by Duncan Quinn; floral tie by Tiecrafters made with Liberty of London fabric.