Happy Friday Darlings, today we are bringing you the Mood Board of the Month - Minimalist Wedding by Concept Coordination. You know we love a styling concept and we've put together this gorgeous minimalist inspired mood board with some delicate palette colours. If you're struggling with thoughts on what colours to use, always go for the basic white. It's a perfect starting point for any wedding design.
Mood Board of the Month - Minimalist Wedding
Minimalist is an on-going trend that is popular with many couples getting married in this century. What started off as an art movement years ago, has steadily turned into a design concept which is sought after by many individuals wanting to bring a simple concept design to their wedding. You can't go wrong with a simple set of florals, subtle palette colours and delicate linens to complete this inspirational look. Not only is a minimalist bridal gown absolutely gorgeous, but it is oh-so elegant too. Why not match yours with a pair of Jimmy Choo's? Possibilities are endless.
For our minimalist palette of colours we've chosen the earthy shades of green that reflect the foliage quite well shown in the mood board above. Green is a popular colour to use, especially with couples opting for eco-friendly wedding options. Green can be paired with rose golds, golds or silvers. It's a very neutral colour to work with and we love it. We paired this with white and a beige/nude tone. We wanted to keep this palette as neutral as possible.
Eucalyptus! We are partial to eucalyptus at any wedding, why? It smells so damn good! The smell from your floral bouquet will be overwhelming and make you feel so relaxed every time you do smell them. The bouquet also features white roses, an easy readily-available floral that your florist can source throughout the whole year, not just seasons. Complete your bouquet look with some white ribbon and you're ready to go.
The important aspect with any minimalist decor is to keep things simple. Get some glass vases and add your Eucalyptus to them (of course, get your florist to do this). We would recommend a white cotton runner along your tables which you can place the eucalyptus filled vases on. This is a great way to add fragrance to your wedding reception. A copper frame can work really well with white draping. This is perfect for any ceremony setup or photo backdrops for your guests. Ask your wedding planner or coordinator for help with moving these as they can be delicate.
We have also shown some eucalyptus hoops in the mood board above, this is for your style-savvy brides that want a bit of modern trend added in for extra style. We think they look gorgeous and work well over your guests tables. They can be hung low enough to be part of the tablescape or be used against a wall as a back drop for photos.
Table details are simple yet effective, go for gold and white cutlery and white crockery. Don't use any fancy charger plates, just keep it simple and let your stationery to the rest of the work. Calligraphy works well to organise table names and guests place settings. Try to keep this concept the same throughout all your wedding day stationery.
Remember, minimal is best, but source your crockery and linen independently. It's these little details that are going to transform your wedding tablescape design.
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