A historic home is the setting for this reception designed by Becca Atchison of Rebecca Rose Events. “We chose Lowndes Grove plantation for its classic look and all-white detailing to complement our design aesthetic.”
The soft, neutral color palette was chosen to call special attention to the pure white details — flowers, candles, cake. “When white takes center stage, all of the other shades are automatically more appealing,” Rose says.
Place cards were tucked beneath fresh gardenias. Gold-rimmed chargers and flatware from EventWorks were selected to both complement the neutral palette and add a shot of glamour and shine to the table.
Classic, timeless, this white-on-white bridal bouquet by Rebecca Rose Creative is composed of lisianthus, stock, ranunculus, tulips and scabiosa wrapped in white lace. Chair from Snyder event rentals.
The bride takes a moment to step into the late-afternoon sunshine. Her bias-cut, off-white silk crepe gown by Sarah Janks features an open-V neckline, three quarter-length sleeves and a fluid skirt with a short train.
The bridesmaids' draped and ruched dresses are by Donna Morgan. The of-the-moment blush color is in keeping with the overall pale palette while still providing a subtle contrast to the bride’s off-white gown.
The two-tier cake, frosted in pure white, was kept deliberately minimal in color and shape to harmonize with the overall event design, with fresh greens and white flowers serving as a naturally stylish embellishment.