Classic and elegant. Simple yet versatile. An all-white wedding is definitely stunning. Whether you’re going for the vintage look or the modern wedding, an all-white themed wedding is guaranteed to wow everyone. The color white creates a dreamy delicate effect – white is something soulful…something ethereal…something fresh.
A pure white wedding dress with a soft spray of silver and gold or ivory will surely exude a dramatic feel to it. The groom can wear a white tuxedo for ultimate elegance and style. Or go a bit more subdued by letting him don a gray suit with white buttonholes.
The bridesmaids and your wedding party can pull off a pure white look as well. Let them wear cocktail dresses, or short-length dresses – the frilly kind or the sophisticated kind. Add metallic accessories to spruce up their pretty white dresses. Why not add drama and flair to the wedding ceremony, by riding in a white fairytale horse-drawn carriage?
Sprucing up the place is going to be easy — white flowers and white roses are a plenty. Go for calla lilies, orchids and paper whites and gypsophilia. For your dining tables, think white lacy table cloths, sleek white chairs. Consider white candles as centerpieces.
Decorate the tree branches with white birdcages, white paper lanterns, white ribbons or white feathers. Add texture and variety by infusing metals and glasses to the ornaments. Or add an accent color to your white stuff – something not too far away from your white theme – something like silver.
Sometimes a minimal look is perfect for an all white-themed wedding.Go for extra large lanterns and simple flower centerpieces. For the funky newfangled all white wedding theme, bring in the white balloons to deck out the dessert table. Trim the table with lots of white sweets — white macaroons, white-laced cupcakes, white cake pops or white cotton candy.
The all white wedding cake will be a perfect show-stopper when iced and decorated with pretty white details – edible pearl beads, Swarovski-like edible crystals, lovely dainty edible white icing flowers.
Your invitation cards will look classy and lively by adding silver texts or white lace edges or silver ribbons. Go white all the way to the wedding menu – serve clear drinks. For the food, go for white meat – in white sauce. Talk to your caterer and together come up with a creative white delish wedding meal.
For the party favors, try white jelly beans wrapped in sheer white organza bag or white mint chocolate candies in a glass mason jar tied up with a white ribbon.