Even if you’re not tying the knot in the South, you can still implement that warm, Southern charm into your big day using the color white.
Wedding dress: A white dress is the traditional for a bride to wear on her wedding day. This dress combines traditional and modern elements: a more traditional beautiful white lace with a sheer back for added bit of modern flair. No matter what style of dress you choose to don on your big day, white shoes will be compliment gorgeously.
Pearls: Dress up your wedding decor or your attire with a few strands of white pearls. Have your baker use pearls to provide a glamorous touch for your cake. You can also drape pearls on your reception tables and pair them with arrangements of blooms for a combination of formal elegance and rustic charm.
White is more than appropriate for destination weddings because it represents the white wave caps crashing down on the beach.
Wedding favors: I absolutely adore these Pearl Damask Cupcake Boxes. A crisp white favor box is a perfect compliment for whatever colorful favors you put inside. Your guests will approve whether it be a cupcake, a slice of cake, or a favor that sticks to the destination theme.
Sand dollars: Sand dollars fit your white color palette as well as your destination theme. Instead of the traditional aisle runner for your ceremony, dress up your aisle with a few sand dollars scattered here and there. You can even place one in your hair for a beachy do.
If you’re a traditional bride having formal nuptials, here are a few ways to use white throughout the event:
Wedding invitations: Traditional brides will love the elegantly designed Pearl Vines Wedding Invitation shown in our collage. White embossed floral vines decorate the outside of this gate-fold invitation while your wording is delicately written out inside. A satin ribbon completes the traditional look.
All-white cake: Sometimes less is more when it comes to a classic and elegant wedding cake. Use textured layers of white buttercream frosting to add interest to each tier of your sweet confection. Top off your cake with a gold monogram or a few simple white blooms that match the floral reception decorations.
How do you plan to incorporate classic white into your nuptials? Share your thoughts with us!