Intricate patterns can be incorporated in your wedding details to channel an air of formality and elegance, and one of the most commonly used and popular pattern is damask. This eye-teasing pattern's history can be traced back to the Byzantine and Islamic cultures, but damask is still very much in vogue today. Damask fabric usually comes in black and white, but is flexible enough to be incorporated in other color schemes. Damask patterns may be used in your invites, reception décor, ceremony accessories, and even your wedding cake! Check our gallery below and see how some of our featured weddings reflected this well-loved pattern.
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