Essential Details for a Minimalist Wedding
A minimalist wedding will only maximize the beauty of this special day. See for yourself!
Going to the Chapel
The perfect minimalist wedding needs the perfect minimalist venue, and how dreamy is this white modern chapel in the middle of a field in Austria? Almost enough to warrant a wedding abroad, right?
Your Clean Slate
A backdrop is supposed to be something in the background to make you stand out more, and this simple one does just that. Instead of mixing up the colors, the decorator stuck with white and instead played around with the texture to give it this lovely organic feel.
Keeping on Schedule
Instead of printing colorful details on your minimalist wedding ceremonies, why not add a little pop in the form of a flower or, in this case, branch? It will look good fresh or dried and will give a unique introduction to your wedding theme.
Say Yes to the Dress
When a dress is this beautiful, it doesn’t need rhinestones or lace. The flattering cut is feminine, simple, yet so extremely posh and elegant. Did we mention that the lining is pure silk and will feel wonderful?
Just because you are choosing to go with minimalist details for this important celebration, it doesn’t mean that you can’t accessorize. Choose lovely, dainty pieces that will delicately emphasize your best features like you neck, back, wrists or fingers.
An overly hairsprayed updo is the last thing that you would want to see at a minimalist wedding. Opt instead for a simple, but sophisticated, chignon that isn’t overly styled. Allow for your natural texture to shine through!
Welcome Your Guests
Welcome your guests to your reception with a stylish table with your guest book and some memorabilia of your relationship with your new husband! Remember that clutter is not your friend so opt for fewer items with big impact and lots of meaning.
Set the Table
We love the vibrancy that the small natural elements add to this simple tablescape. The only thing here that’s not minimal is the inherent charm.
Paper table numbers can look overwhelming, right? Prune down the table décor to the basics, meaning a number should just be a number, not a sign or a frame.
Just Sweet Enough
Simple and sweet is how we like our minimalist wedding cakes, and this one is no different. The light piping gives just enough character while the flowers give a fresh take on the cake topper.