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These hand-carved cameo drop earrings, ring, and pendant by Amedeo are made of shell.
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Pale Pink Dress
A pale pink dress looks glamorous -- especially with an ostrich-feather petticoat peeking out. Hints of black in the bouquet's ribbon play on the theme.
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Black and Gold Jewelry
Black jewelry can look severe, but gold accents soften its edges. Onyx earrings by Ted Muehling; Black-spinel bead earrings by TenThousandThings; French-jet button earrings by Mary Preston.
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Rose-quartz and black-diamond jewelry adds quiet touches of color. The black-spinel bead and gold necklace and black-diamond necklace are both by TenThousandThings; the rose-quartz leaf pendant on a gold-vermeil chain is by Wendy Mink Jewelry.
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A black-headed pin would look striking pierced into a rose boutonniere, and the rose cast of these pearls looks decidedly new. The freshwater-pearl earrings and opal-and-pink-pearl necklace are by Ted Muehling.
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Pink and Black Tablesetting
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.
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Rose and Ranunculus Centerpiece
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.
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On the Cuff
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.
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A Black (or Pink) Tie Affair
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.
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Traditional menswear patterns become new when rendered in pink and black. All by Tiecrafters with fabrics from Rosen & Chadick (striped) and B&J Fabrics, except polka-dot tie from Brooks Brothers.
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Pink Socks for the Groom
Pink socks make classic black oxfords much more fun. Shoes by Barker Black; socks by Thomas Pink.