8 Eye-Catching Clear Details to Include in Your Wedding

Beautiful ways to incorporate see-through elements in your ceremony and reception décor.

8 Eye-Catching Clear Details to Include in Your Wedding

Photo: Roey Yohai Photography

Many modern couples have a handle on “thinking outside the box” when it comes to designing their wedding décor. Where can we host our nuptials where there hasn’t been a wedding before? How can we include our relatives who are unable to travel to our ceremony? What personalized favors would be appropriate to give out at the after-party? Along with these questions, part of the planning process is selecting a general color scheme for the event – but some brides and grooms are thinking beyond standard hues and electing to go in the opposite direction.

The thought of an “absence of color” might be confusing at first, but the notion can give way to the idea of a clear or see-through element. Pairs who are looking to throw a hip and contemporary soirée are beginning to add what some might call “futuristic” details into their décor to bring their vow exchange into – and beyond – the 21st century. The incorporation of clear items is a fun and unique way to show off your creative side. Surprisingly, there is a high volume of décor details that can showcase a see-through visage – from escort cards to seating to the ceremony arch itself.

Scroll through the photos below from real weddings and styled shoots to gain inspiration for your own nuptials, and be sure to click on each picture for more ideas!

Photo by Roey Yohai Photography

Photo by Ira Lippke Studios; Planning & Design by Paulette Wolf Events; Rentals by HMR Designs

Photo by Blue Rose Photography

Photo by Studio EMP

Photo by Ira Lippke Studios; Planning & Design by Paulette Wolf Events; Rentals by HMR Designs

Photo by Holger Thoss; Planning & Design by Viva Bella Events

Photo by Style & Story Creative

For more wedding inspiration, view beautiful wedding details inspired by the sea, discover additional ideas for contemporary nuptials, and view inspiration for a classic vow exchange.