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There is nothing more beautiful than a classic white wedding. The mood it sets is as romantic as it is lighthearted and fun.
We’re all for colors and patterns, but we just can’t help continuously falling in love with an all white palette.
Now, for our brides and planners who are not the biggest fans of going “all white” it can absolutely serve as a base to build off of. Using mainly white in your wedding (or event), leaves so much room to add the subtelest details and make them stand out so much more.
With spring upon us, adding green plants, trees or even vegetables (yep!) attracts your guests’ eyes and doesn’t allow your meaningful details to go unnoticed- which many times, they do!
Don’t be afraid to go with all white bridesmaids. You can always offset with colorful bouquets or colored shoes. We absolutely love the playful idea of all white bridal parties because it’s so carefree and simple.
Adding small details like custom cocktails to go with the theme, candy and dessert bars and candles are sweet elements to add. The dim lighting from the candles will add a romantic feel, while the candy bars will create a fun element for your guests.
As always, feel free to contact us with any questions you might have regarding this post or any event.
Happy Wedding Weddnesday!
Happy Wedding Wednesday!!!
We are still swooning over the blush tone wedding trend. This beautiful palette is warm and romantic and serves as the perfect base for many bold colors. Adding gold, mint green or even a darker shade of pink really adds flair to any wedding or event.
Incorporating different shades of the same color makes a great idea for beautiful, subtle decor. These adorable place cards are perfect!
Balloons covered in tulle with flowers at the base make a beautiful, unique decoration. They can be used as table decor, entrance, aisle decorations or simply be scattered throughout the venue.
Simple centerpieces such as these blush roses keep the feeling of simplicity and warmth.
Aisle decor is a perfect way to use this color.
Whether outdoors or indoors, these colors along with candles lining the aisle create a perfect feel for a romantic ceremony.
This Wedding season we are expecting to see many couples incorporating this timeless palette into their beautiful celebrations.
What do you think of this blush palette? Are you doing something similar?