Sometimes less is more. Why not keep it simple? We will give you all the tips on how to keep your wedding simple and how not to get overwhelmed with the details, giving you more time to make sure your wedding is everything you ever dreamed of!
First, you can start your minimalist theme with your invites. This is a great way to give your guests a glimpse of your wedding. Simple black and white invitations are understated and work perfectly as a sneak peak for the rest of your wedding theme. If you wanted something a little more interesting than monochrome, consider invitations with a marble background or even rustic brown card. Keep your stationery style the same throughout your wedding so that everything ties in seamlessly.
* Stationary from Shine Wedding Invitations
When it comes to your floral arrangements, understated is key. Keep your color palette simple with an elegant arrangement of white flowers and some greenery, you can also add hints of your wedding color. Accent with foliage. The beauty of a minimalist wedding, the decor is simple (aka light on your wallet) AND elegant. Bonus: Saving on florals allows you to splurge elsewhere!
* Photo from 100 Layer Cake
A wedding arch is basically just a picture frame for your love. So, why not make it the best frame ever? While most ceremony backdrops include arches full of peonies and extravagant arrangements, a simple yet elegant backdrop is all you need to make a statement.
* Photos from, Want the Wedding, Be-spoke, Bride Brit and Co
The wedding cake or dessert table is often the focal point of a wedding reception, and this is still the case for a minimalist wedding. Naked wedding cakes are perfect for a minimalist wedding but we also love the idea of a variety of mini desserts, or why not have both! If you decide to have both just keep your cake to 1 or 2 tiers.
Just remember, less is more! Focus on keeping things looking clean and simple. An elegant and simplified look will ensure your guests are surrounded by beauty and focused on the most important part all… The Bride!
* Photo from Wedding Rand