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Also, we want to note that white wedding decor doesn't always have to read formal and traditional (as it's often done). That's why we included fun, whimsical ideas (in white, of course!) below to give you inspiration. We especially love the idea of including your guests in the color scheme by giving them an all-white dress code, which you'll see a couple did below, or handing everyone a white balloon or paper lantern to release at the end of the night for good luck. And a note about that dress code: We've found that a specific dress code actually excites guests and makes it easier for them to choose their wedding-day attire so no need to stress if you go that route! With all that said, we'll let you get to scrolling because there are too many inspirational pics below. We hope you like what you see, and we can't wait to see what you create for your own day in white! At this outdoor affair in Colorado, the bride draped bistro chairs with garlands of clematis to match her bridal bouquet. The resulting look was romantic but not overdone, and it didn't take away from their statement altar! This couple was inspired by the Spanish moss in the trees at their Charleston venue and recreated that look in their reception space with moss, white delphinium, and astilbe flowers. Below the hanging display of white delphinium, long tables were topped in natural linens, white gauze runners, and delicate arrangements of pillar and taper candles, surrounded by bud vases. These grooms did a statement cake display featuring four white, frosted cakes in a variety of flavors (like almond rose!), organic arrangements of soft white roses, and simple white linens.
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