Classic and elegant, white truly is the color of weddings. Whether it plays a major part in your palette or a supporting one, nothing says "bridal" more than white.
This bride's bouquet mixes classical elegance with a hint of contemporary. The different flowers (white gardenias, stephanotis, lily of the valley, polo roses, and peonies) are arranged in small groupings.
Summer's bounty provides inspiration for this stationery, a mix of classic and informal typography, calligraphy, and letterpress. Images of spring-green apples add a fanciful twist to envelope liners. Table numbers are replaced by cards stamped with images of garden plants.
This couple's wedding palette takes inspiration from their stunning venue, Vibiana, a former cathedral that boasts Baroque interiors and soaring ceilings. The elegance of black and white keeps the style of the wedding in line with the elegance of the building.
This wedding features a multitude of beautiful floral arrangements by Neil Hunt of Hunt Littlefield. For the cocktail hour, floral globes, white paper lanterns, and a woven sphere of split bamboo hang from a latticed ceiling in the outdoor space. The oval table houses an edgy yet romantic centerpiece of green bells of Ireland, hydrangeas, and vintage garden roses.
All the floral and design elements of this wedding, including this bouquet of light-pink peonies, white garden roses, and decorative kale, are the work of Megan Fickling of La Partie Events. A hanky, embroidered with bride Mindy's wedding date in blue, is wrapped around her bouquet. Hidden under the ribbon on the handle are ribbons from bouquets caught at previous weddings.
The centerpieces on the dining tables of Suzanne and Adam's wedding are a mix of high and low pieces. Bells of Ireland, native dogwood branches, and tulips form the taller pieces, anchored by a trio of simple flower groupings. Atop each place setting rests a single cut tulip.