Ring in your new life as Mr. and Mrs. while celebrating New Year's Eve like the magical wedding of Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting. Though the television star and professional tennis player split in 2015, take note from their celebration, which surprised guests with fire performers, stilt walkers, and an upside-down chandelier cake. Incorporate crystal accents, white branches, and unique entertainment into the celebration for the event of a lifetime.
Discover the wedding inspiration, all of which was influenced by the chic celebration of the celebrity couple, below:
Chic, Wintry Décor
Add chandeliers to your décor for a classic touch. Not only do chandeliers add romance and sparkle, but they serve as great statement pieces for your space. For a touch of bling, incorporate crystals into every aspect of your theme from the invitation, to the stemware, to the table setting.
From L-R (top to bottom): Photo of ceremony by KingenSmith; "Knightley" invite by Brenda Himmel Stationery; Princess Collection classic champagne flute with cut crystals by Alan Lee; Medallion candlestick by Baccarat; Photo of centerpiece by KingenSmith; Upside-down chandelier cake by The Butter End Cakery (Photo by Claudia Craig Photography); Photo of menu by Duke Photography (Event Design by Sky Events and Production)
One of the hottest trends in wedding gowns is to wear pink instead of white. This still gives the bride a sweet and feminine look, yet is a fresh spin on the traditional white gown. Accessorize your pink gown with a white, jeweled, or metallic shoe for a sophisticated, finished look. Have your florist use tulle, instead of ribbon, to tie your bouquet for a delicate, fanciful style. Pack your wedding clutch days before the big day to make sure everything fits and is checked off your list.
From L-R (top to bottom): "Love" necklace by Nalukai; "The Jewel Headband IV" by Jenny Packham; "Olalla" crystal clutch by Nuciano; "Délice" scented candle by Ladurée Beauté; Bridal bouquet by Mark's Garden; "Naya" strapless silk ball gown by Vera Wang; "Jolie Crush" earrings by Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry; "25th Anniversary Bow" pin by Martin Katz; "Sacro Vincolo" ring by Liv Ballard Collection; Tom Ford "Santal Blush" Eau de Parfum; Paint Pot nail polish by Ciaté; "Trina" pump by Jimmy Choo
Formal Black Attire for Bridesmaids
Treat your 'maids to a jeweled sandal that will allow for dancing, but still looks great with a formal gown. Give your bridal party the jewelry you want them to wear at your wedding for a coordinated, glamorous look.
From L-R (top to bottom): "Melinda" necklace and "Heidi" necklace by Dabby Reid; "Spring Flower" perfume by Creed; Sparklicity gloss in "Opaline," "Paiette," and "Parade" by Tarina Tarantino; "1837 Double Ring" key ring by Tiffany & Co.; Black suede sandals by Zuhair Murad; Chiffon draped gown by Tadashi Shoji; "Chandra" shimmer suede clutch by Jimmy Choo; Jeweled bouquet by Tricia Milaneze; "Ronnie" pearl bracelets by Dabby Reid; "Rockstud" jelly sandals by Valentino
Sophisticated & Timeless Groom
Lay out your groom's accessories for him to ensure everything coordinates nicely and creates a styled, timeless look.
From L-R (top to bottom): Black silk tie with beaded tulle overlay by Title of Work; 1837 money clip in sterling silver by Tiffany & Co.; Wedding ring with cobalt matte finish and beveled edge by Proposition Love; Cartier Pasha Edition Noire Eau de Toilette by Cartier; Men's tuxedo with peak lapel by Brunello Cucinelli; "Bedeg" square cuff links with black chalcedonies by John Hardy; Automatic watch in black leather by Peugeot; Avion Reserva 44 by Tequila Avion; Table candle in Cypress Fig by Apolis