Wintertime may not seem like an idea time to get married, but 9% of most wedding take place in December, January, and February. I am sure most are destination weddings where the weather is nice, but even if it’s not there are still some pretty elegant weddings taking place all over. This week’s wedding inspiration is the colors purple and white. White represents the snow while purple represents royalty. With these two colors the possibilities are endless. Check out some of these great ideas to help you pull together a beautiful wedding.
Every bride must have a show stopping dress right? Check out this gorgeous dress by Alfred Angelo
The purple back that extends to the train is gorgeous.
If an all white dress is more of your taste you can simply play on the color of purple by having the bridesmaids, matron and maids of honor wear purple. Mix up the different necklines to suit everyone’s personalities and bodies.
Next is the men of course, because a bride has to have a groom.
Here the heather grey suit is accented with a purple tie to match the theme. I think it’s a pretty smooth way to go about coordinating.
Continue this theme with the ring bearer and flower girl and you are sure to have a stunning wedding party.
Now where the ceremony is held depends on the place and time. If you having a destination wedding outside in the middle of January, you may like to be in a garden. This set up setup with white seats and decor, but is accented with purple roses and the garden . A beautiful way to get married, if you ask me.
Next is the reception space. The mood of the reception is set as soon as you walk in so purple lights and starlights can definitely set a romantic/ sexy mood that reads “no kids allowed”
You can also opt for something a less romantic but still very elegant. A little pink is added the flowers are added to the bouquets on the table to make it pop.
Another way you can accent decor is with candles and flowers. You can add floating candles or uniquely placed wine glasses with candles and flowers.
Food or desserts of choice, is totally up to you, but check do consider a candy table.
You can spoil your guest with champagne and candy in one.
Or yummy red velvet cake pops
Last but not least have your guest take something sweet like chocolate.
It’s inexpensive and a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
Hope you enjoyed the Purple and White wedding inspiration. Be sure to click on the pics to lead you to the sources they came from. Until next time,