A New Year’s Eve Elopement

new years eve wedding inspiration

The sound of fireworks and people cheering as the clock strikes midnight is exactly what was in mind for this New Years Eve Elopement. By using a classic color palette of black, silver, and gold, Carly Rae Weddings and her team then added geometric shapes to add a modern touch. The vision for this elopement was geometric shapes meets classic black tie affair. Love it! Big thanks to Katie Pritchard for the gorgeous photos.

gold and geometric invitation

disco ball bouquet

triangle boutonniere

gold and silver bouquet

new years eve tablescape

rock candy place card


geometric glitter installation

chair decor

geometric silver centerpiece

new years eve elopement

glitter rimmed glass

geometric cake

We are head over heels in love with the florals by Primary Petals and the geometric cake by Sweet & Saucy Shop!

geometric cake

black glitter dress

black glitter dress

gold glitter heels

gold clutch

triangle ring

new yers eve couple

Hope this inspires some ideas for your own New Year’s Eve Party or maybe even an elopement? :)

design + styling: Carly Rae Weddings // photography: Katie Pritchard // floral + chair decor: Primary Petals // cake: Sweet & Saucy Shop // paper goods: Alex Goedhart // venue: 31Bits warehouse // table, linen, & chair rentals: Choura Events // hair & makeup: Arielle Nevatt ariellenevatt@gmail.com


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  1. Great image set of an awesome looking elopement! Congrats!

  2. Thanks so much for the feature! Loved being apart of such a fun team!

  3. I agree with melody! Such a fun team and thank you for the feature, Jen!:)

  4. Love the colors and modern edge to this – and the team were awesome to work with!

  5. Thank you for featuring our shoot! These flowers were so fun to make. I love any excuse to use black flowers or disco balls. Hope you all enjoy the florals and styling, and check out my site to see more Primary Petals work.

  6. Thank you so much for featuring this shoot today, Jen! We are glad you enjoyed it:)!

  7. This is great! What are the triangles on the wall made from?

  8. Outstanding images! :)

    Love the B&W with the couple extra close to each other. Epicness!

  9. I love it! You girls did an amazing job with this one. So proud of you!

  10. The disco balls are inspired. Great shoot.

  11. Wow! So amazing! Totally unique and hip. I love it!

  12. Right up my alley! Great job! Love how unique this is.

  13. A small event makes the relation more beautiful and this is the reason that people love to plan for the festival and other events. Wedding and Christmas are the occasion when people are likely to be interested to invite their loving people.

  14. This is beautiful! Love it.

  15. I love this, it’s so different, fun and edgy! You girls did a great job pulling the look together!


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