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A ballroom with a ton of decor and detail in the furnishings.
Photo: Erin Lee at The Collection; Event design by Fete Nashville

Rich in Detail

A ballroom wedding is such a timeless and romantic theme. What we love about these types of venues is that they're so versatile and automatically take simple decor to a whole other level. Everything can look so elaborate and expensive...even if it's not! Pick a venue with a grand space that has a ton of character. Fete Nashville used the venue's beautiful chandeliers to light up the space without too much added decor.

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All white reception with voluminous white centerpieces and white linen
Photo: Jana Williams; Floral design by Hidden Garden Flowers

All White Everything

Hidden Garden Flowers went tres chic with all white floral decor and table linens. Your guests will be transported into a different world with all of this classic beauty.

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A Dress to Match

It wouldn't be a ballroom wedding without a ball gown. All of your fairytale dreams will come true with this Mon Amie Bridal Salon dress!

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Black and white stationery with classic calligraphy
Photo: Kate Ignatowski; Stationery by Bella Figura

Classic Stationery

Match your venue with a classic stationery suite like this one from Bella Figura. The black and white details with traditional calligraphy complement the timelessness of these types of weddings.

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All white reception layout with a circular dance floor
Photo: Aaron Delesie; Event design by Birch Design Studio; Floral design by Kehoe Designs

Circular Dance Floor

Switch up the traditional ballroom wedding layout with a circular dance floor like this one from Birch Design Studio. This makes it easier for all of your guests to see all the excitement.

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Traditional long tables with deep-colored flowers and gold candelabras.
Photo: James Christianson; Event design by Bluebird Productions

Traditional Seating

Now this is table #goals. Between the deep colored bouquets and gold candelabras, this wedding from Bluebird Productions is a traditional beauty!

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Crystal plates with a box of rock candy
Photo: Brian Leahy; Event design by Callista & Company

Little Details

For a grand ballroom wedding, the little details make all the difference. Leave a sweet little treat for all of your guests like this simple, yet stunning rock candy favor.

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A tented reception with greenery throughout
Photo: Figge Studio; Event design by Intertwined Events

Bring the Outdoors, Indoors

If you want a ballroom vibe but love the outdoors, this tented reception is the perfect compromise. Despite not being an actual ballroom, Intertwined Events still captured that "grand" vibe.

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Modern Flair

Take a traditional wedding to modern times with a black and white color palette. Even this grand chandelier takes this wedding to the next level.

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Princess Dress

Top off your wedding with a gorgeous, princess dress like this one from Rebecca Schoneveld. The tulle bottom and delicate, crystal belt makes this dress a fairytale dream.

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Feminine Touch

For those of you that are looking to incorporate a more feminine flair to your ballroom wedding, these pastel pink tablecloths and beautiful centerpieces, create that exact effect. The best part of these types of venues is that any theme and color palette goes.