The white wedding is the utmost timeless trend in weddings and wedding design. Whether you are planning a white beach wedding or a modern ballroom celebration, these white wedding and specific wedding traditions have all put a unique twist on lasting trend.
Christopher Confero Design did an amazing job making all the couple’s wishes come true with this stunning white wedding in Atlanta. After saying “I Do,” a Rolls Royce Phantom took the newlyweds to The St. Regis Atlanta for their reception. Guests entered this elegant monochrome reception covered in stunning crystal chandeliers and all-white elegance, clearly a nod to the classic wedding traditions. Tables were covered in textured linens and were surrounded by alternating Chiavari, Ghost, and Louis chairs. Fresh white roses, hydrangeas and lilies filled the center of each table. The elegant white reception used texture and variety to create a romantic, modern celebration.
The location of and design for this chic traditional wedding was inspired by the couple’s love of Moroccan architecture, fashion and décor. From beautiful lanterns to intricately designed doors and luxurious kaftans, both the ceremony and reception embodied everything that their culture had to offer. Cocoon Events Management Group worked to produce the most memorable event for the couple and their guests. The ceremony included a glass aisle for the bride to walk down and live traditional Moroccan music. As the evening progressed, guests made their way to the chic reception. A King’s table covered by a white canopy and beautiful trees welcomed guests for a French and Moroccan dinner. From the sleek decor and greenery to the personal touches throughout the day, this wedding was everything fashionable and Moroccan.
Paulette Wolf Events and HMR Designs executed this elegant white wedding filled with special wedding traditions. Guests gathered in the outdoor, tented space on private property complete with a glass panel ceiling and cascading alabaster fabric lining the pillars. The chuppah, adorned with numerous ivory orchids spilling over the top, was supported by transparent columns and rested on a raised white platform in full view of friends and family. After enjoying a lively cocktail hour, attendees made their way into an enclosed tent to continue the celebration. Family and friends were met by waiters who wore aprons with embroidered numbers signifying the table they had been assigned to serve. The couple’s initials – “M” and “W” – were strewn across the space in the form of large sculptures made up of countless roses. The focal point of the reception was a custom neon sign displaying, “I woke up wanting to kiss you.” Two mirror-top beverage stations flanked the sprawling stage, offering a modern, stylized structure to the area. Four spectacular illuminating ruched square shades were suspended above the first tier of dining tables. The party atmosphere quickly picked up, and soon, everyone was on their feet and enjoying the top-notch entertainment which included a large and lively band, a 24-person gospel choir, and the bride’s brother, a famous DJ, who kept guests on the dance floor until the wee hours of the morning.
A glamorous fusion of the couple’s tastes, contemporary and Old World sophistication came together with nature to style this elegantly symbolic design. Fire, water, sunset, and mountains are pinnacles of the couple’s beloved Arizona landscape — and Kehoe Designs created the ceremony to flow effortlessly through those elements. The bride walked down the aisle toward a bubbling fountain and a fire feature behind a canopy of full blooms. The mountains in the distance formed the perfect backdrop as the couple exchanged vows under a stunning Scottsdale sunset. Founder, Tom Kehoe, had to combat the desert heat when installing the hardwood floor and designing fresh florals outdoor in the direct sun for 11 hours. The reception included white draping, romantic florals and dazzling lighting suspended from above. The white decor and gold gold accents throughout the room created a whimsical, yet dreamy ambiance throughout the evening.
International Event Company and Mark’s Garden collaborated to produce this glamorous and traditional wedding with its floral arranging artistry. White floral arrangements frosted every aspect of this luxurious celebration at the St. Regis Monarch Beach. An aisle of white rose petals led to the most magical altar of an astonishing white columned gazebo intertwined in white florals and greenery. Soft candles and a dim spotlight lit up the bride and groom as they exchanged vows. The glamour only continued when guests made their way into the breathtaking ballroom that was full of chic white beauty. Soft, twinkling lights and chandeliers created a sky of stars, creating a romantic atmosphere for all. Underneath the sky of luminaries were long, grand dining tables encircling the chic tile dance floor. White and gold chairs, glamorous white florals and grand, golden candelabras combined created a room fit for a royal. John Russo Photography completely captures the glamor and shine of this white wedding.
The Langham, Chicago and SQN Events gave this bride and groom the wedding of their dreams. Soft green curtains, a candlelit aisle and grand chandeliers created the perfect ambiance for the ceremony. Guests then made their way into the chic ballroom and were greeted by a violinist accompanied by a grand pianist as they mingled over cocktails. Grandiose chandeliers and custom light treatments elevated the design on the ceiling creating an ethereal sky. The florals provided stunning white table toppers intimately lit by candles to liven up the white and silver linens. The lively dance floor and entertainment allowed guests to be entertained all evening. The evening was finished off the sweet frosted gelato and stunning cake created splendidly by Elysia Root Cakes. Everything about this Chicago white wedding was without a doubt exquisite!
This Beverly Hills wedding was inspired by the luxury of vintage Chanel and Gucci combined with the sophistication of James Bond. Held at the Montage Beverly Hills, Kristin Banta Events did an amazing job incorporating both the bride and the groom’s interests, the feminine and the masculine, and plenty of wedding traditions to create their dream wedding. White infinity chairs surrounded the white aisle lined with alternating candles and rose petals. The couple exchanged vows under a white textured chuppah decorated with a trio of chandeliers. Once vows were exchanged, friends and family moved indoors to enjoy hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Vintage clock cogs, inspired by the groom’s passion for clocks, hosted the place cards. Welcoming shades of white tables were covered in luxe linens, complementing the bright floral arrangements. Gold accents found in the chairs and flatware added masculine touches to the bright, romantic space. Guests could enjoy a whiskey tasting bar and dessert table while relaxing on vintage gold couches and toasting to the newlyweds.
Chez was the perfect venue for this sophisticated white Chicago wedding. The grooms wanted to create a fun, non-traditional wedding celebration and this event did not disappoint. Sleek, all-white lounge groupings, illuminated cocktail tables and an over-sized feasting table created a relaxed layout that allowed guests to mix and mingle throughout the space. Étagères decorated with dozens of candles, elaborate florals and unique décor added a touch of drama to the overall design. The white brick walls of Chez were washed with color, offering the perfect backdrop for the band. Partygoers danced on illuminated dance boxes beneath low-hanging chandeliers and celebrated Steve and Cory all evening long.