Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Minimalist

There is beauty in simplicity.

For a minimalist look, you want a space that doesn’t have too many adornments, tents and warehouses provide a perfect blank canvas for your minimalist wedding. Choose a colour palate that gives a personal twist on your crisp and sophisticated theme. Naked tables and chairs are favourites, and white tablecloths also create a clean surface.

Organic minimalism, featuring a lot of white with accents of greenery. Simple vines of crawling greenery might serve as a backdrop for the bridal party table and whole reception. Bare wooden ceremony chairs with a single strand of green.

Industrial minimalism, where urban meets rustic. Wooden table signage with metal accents.

Modern minimalism playing with shapes and geometry. Geometric crockery patterns, plain white linens, and delicate organics exude romance and charm and a marble print cake is clean and contemporary.

Romantic minimalism with ethereal linen and elegant glassware. Simple ivory plate-ware says old-world romance and votives with sprigs of greenery magically light the way.

For a minimalist bouquet, incorporate lots of greenery and stick to one color with a variety of flowers – roses, hydrangeas, peonies, and ranunculus. To add some texture consider including poppy pods, or berries. Overflowing, cascading bouquets are majorly popular.

Choose a gown that gives simple silhouettes and minimal adornment. and opt for ruching, draping, and lace, open backs, slits, or even a 2-piece.

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