An all-white-and-green wedding will always be a classic, but it can be challenging to make your white wedding feel different than all of the others. As we’ve said in the past, we love to see weddings that are reflections of the couple and their style, and today’s real wedding couple has obviously succeeded.
Sweet details like lace-edged table numbers and frilly white centrepiece flowers create a sense of calm and a lovely aesthetic. With white lilac and spirea blooms spilling out of pottery containers, the reception design is delicate, organic, and romantic. The garden atmosphere is heightened by small potted plants and a mix of terracotta and pottery containers, worn wooden tables, and plenty of natural texture.
Not quite sure how to add unique style to your white wedding? This Bali wedding is full of chic details, and at this Napa wedding they chose to off-set crisp white and greens with a smokey blue palette. And, this round-up of our favorite white wedding ideas is not to be missed!
Photographer: Rylee Hitchner | Ceremony Venue: Provo LDS Temple | Reception Venue: The Loggia at Thanksgiving Point | Flowers: Honey of a Thousand Flowers | Calligraphy: Allie Randall | Cake: Pippa Cakery | Catering: Fiore Pizza | Bride’s Dress: Nancy Barrus | Bride’s Shoes: Nancy Barrus | Mother of the Bride’s Dress: Adrianna Papell | Groom’s Suit: Dress Code Custom | Hair & Makeup: Joanna Ballentine
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