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Your wedding cake -- often considered the centerpiece of your reception -- should tie your wedding theme together. Go for a simplified cascade of flowers featuring your signature bloom or use the confection to bring your monogram or motif to life. While we're fans of color fondant–frosted cakes, we felt ours needed only a hint of color. This white  ...
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Your invitations set the stage for the event -- and establish the style you want to evoke. Coordinating them with your palette can be as easy as choosing a color font or ribbon, or as elaborate as layering color-coordinated cards. We selected a letterpress invite, scripted in our signature navy color, and added a navy-and-white polka-dot ribbon tha ...
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A low, lush floral display will really stand out against a clean and simple table setting. Make yours unique by choosing plates in interesting shapes, or finding colors that match your wedding day palette. Create a menu card that's functional, fashionable, and suits the centerpiece style (in our case, traditional elegance) to make the whole setting ...
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First impressions are everything -- make yours count with an amazing escort card display. To keep things fresh, we hung gorgeous calligraphed cards (which double as guest book cards) from flowering branches. Ask your calligrapher to write “A note to the newlyweds!” on the back of each escort card (or have it printed) and leave pens and a card box s ...
Calligraphy: Bernard Maisner Calligraphy & Fine Stationery, NYC
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To help guests find their cards, set up separate trees -- one for friends and one for family, for instance -- and hang the cards in alphabetical order.
Calligraphy: Bernard Maisner Calligraphy & Fine Stationery, NYC
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No matter what wedding style you've chosen, you should be able to find flowers that convey the right attitude (for example, lime green cymbidium orchids=exotic elegance). We stuck with a classic all-white bridal bouquet but chose a variety of blooms -- double Dutch tulips and sweet pea -- for textural interest. We wrapped it with a modern navy ribb ...

White Wedding Style

Send guests home with a final reminder of what your wedding meant to you. We chose an all-white candy bar (in different shapes and sizes) for a blend of ease and elegance. The setup is minimal, the idea is cost-effective, and the look is pure chic. Produced by Allison Micarelli Photography by Mary Ellen Bartley Styling by Gina Provenzano
Their Ingredients
  • Mary Ellen Bartley
  • Carrot & Stick Press
  • Calligraphy: Bernard Maisner Calligraphy & Fine Stationery, NYC
  • Beautiful Blooms

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