There's never a better time to embrace white details than at a wedding. White accents work with every bridal style vibe. Whether you want to embrace an all-white aesthetic to highlight your white bridal gown or you're wearing a non-traditional dress and want to bring in a touch of tradition, a touch of white can make a big splash.
Pearl Earrings, Necklaces, and Embellishments
Pearls are the perfect way to approach white jewelry. Wearing a grandmother or mother's string of pearls can be an elegant way to tie in your "something borrowed." Pearl earrings are dainty and pair well with a lace dress. You can even get pearl-embellished sandals to keep you comfortable and chic on the dance floor.
A white flower looks elegant, A chic birdcage veil attached to a hairpin gives a look vintage glamour.
Embody classic elegance with a sumptuous white wrap. Bring a polished edge to your bridal style with a white leather jacket. If you're getting married in the winter, a fur stole can keep it monochrome while playing with texture.
Classic Bridal Shoes
Go old school with ivory bridal shoes. You can don sandal, pumps, or even wedges.
It's essential to have something cozy and cute for the "getting ready" portion of the day. Why not go white with your robe as a nod to the white dress you'll put on later that day?
We swoon over all white flower arrangements. White boutonnieres, bouquets, and centerpieces look ravishing in white. An added benefit of keeping things monochrome is that it makes it look more expensive, so you can achieve an opulent look with more affordable flowers like carnations and baby's breath.
Pose for a cute wedding photo moment with some white Mr. & Mrs. balloons. You can also use balloon art as part of the decor to transform your space.
Having a killer backdrop is going to look sensational in wedding photos, and it'll inspire your guests to snap away. Try a backdrop of paper flowers in white. Just as stunning as a Kardashian flower wall, but it keeps longer.
Opting for an all-white manicure is an on-trend way to add a modern touch to your big day.
The groom can get in on some white touches, too. A white dinner jacket will have him looking sharp and feeling as cool as James Bond all night.
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