Minimalist Wedding - How to Keep Things Simple

 Photo by  Kati Rosado

Photo by Kati Rosado

 

The Dress

You will be the focus of your big day no matter what. A sleek white dress will keep your aesthetic cohesive and clean. 

 Photography by Lucy Cuneo 

Photography by Lucy Cuneo 

 

Stationary

Simple can still be impactful. Choose an invite that allows for a lot of white space, so you can keep the text and design minimal. 

 Photography by  Jeremy Harwell

Photography by Jeremy Harwell

 

Bouquet

Florals are an easy place to get carried away with color and texture, however, you don’t want to take away from your dress or the overall design. 

 Photography by  Jeremy Harwell  

Photography by Jeremy Harwell 

 

Wedding Cake 

There are so many beautiful ways to dress up a basic white cake. With a little bit of texture or some subtle florals, your cake can be the perfect element to tie together every detail of your minimalist wedding.

 Photo by  Verdi

Photo by Verdi

Ceremony decor 

When you're up at the altar, guests eyes should be on you and your hubby.  

 Photography by  Kim Stockwell

Photography by Kim Stockwell

 

Table Decor

Right or left justify your centerpieces allowing for clean open space within your tablescape. An artfully designed table can be very elegant and timeless and also stretch your budget further (yay!)

 Photography by  Jeremy Harwell  

Photography by Jeremy Harwell 

Table Numbers 

A crisp, clear table number is easy to read and allows for the centerpieces to speak for themselves.

 Photography by  Verdi

Photography by Verdi

 

Wedding Photos

Choose a backdrop that is clean and minimal, so you and your love can be the showstoppers.

 Photography by  Leigh Miller

Photography by Leigh Miller