When you think of yourself as a bride, you probably instantly envision yourself in a stunning white dress. But as the snow starts to softly fall and you begin to plan your winter wedding, have you considered a white and beige color scheme?
While you may associate a winter wedding with deep jewel tones, a monochrome wedding color palette of white and beige offers a chic take on the tradition. Timeless and elegant, you will be surprised at just how this monochrome color scheme can feel both fresh and cozy.
From florals to decor, here are some white and beige monochromatic wedding decor ideas to help you design your perfect Ling’s Moment winter wedding.
As you walk down the aisle on the biggest day of your life, the flowers you carry hold a message. Not only do they look stunning, but they also symbolize a new chapter of love that comes with your new married life. Even in the depths of winter, flowers show that a new season is beginning for you.
White and beige florals are the perfect complement to your wedding dress. They evoke elegance and femininity, and are a truly timeless addition to your bridal look. You will be looking back on your wedding photos for the rest of your life, and a monochromatic blush color scheme will never go out of style.
Ling’s Moment offers many styles of bridal bouquets in the white and beige color palette. From a classic round bouquet to a large, free-form arrangement, these faux flowers will be the finishing touch on your perfect wedding look. And for the crowning detail, a floral hair comb in white and beige is a beautiful, feminine alternative to a veil.
Bridal Party Flowers
Of course, as you stand at the end of the aisle your bridesmaids will be right there with you. One of the most surprising things about the white and beige color palette is just how much tonal variation you can get in a floral arrangement. Pure whites, earthy beiges and warm blush tones combine to create a subtle yet striking effect when lined up together.
Consider bridesmaids bouquets, posies or even corsages to continue your monochrome wedding color palette through the bridal party. And of course, don’t be afraid to get creative by making your own bridesmaids bouquets! A DIY Designer Flower Box will allow you to create bespoke arrangements that show off your own unique style.
One of the best parts of the monochromatic white and beige color scheme is that it’s almost impossible to have too many flowers as your wedding decor. From the ceremony to the reception, faux flowers in these light, neutral tones will create the perfect cozy texture to warm up your elegant winter wedding.
Every couple has their own vision, but Ling’s Moment makes it easy to find the right floral pieces for your wedding decor. With many arrangement styles to choose from, you can create a bespoke ceremony backdrop, ceremony seating, tablescapes, entry tables and any other decor detail you can dream of.
For your monochromatic winter wedding, consider being married in front of a floral arch. The texture and tones of the fabric and flowers can create the perfect photo backdrop for that kiss!
And as your guests file in, why not welcome them with a chic entryway with free-standing florals adorning the aisles. It’s these details that really create a continuous theme and make your big day feel luxe.
As the day turns into night and you celebrate with your loved ones, why not adorn your ceremony tables with bountiful faux florals in white and beige? From a head table flower garland, to floral centerpieces dotted along each table, to luxurious table linens, these elegant decorations will sit at the heart of your celebration. As the wine flows and laughter echoes around the room, these faux florals will be the anchor that sets the scene on your perfect winter wedding day.
If you are planning a winter wedding, consider choosing a white and beige monochromatic color palette. Timeless, elegant and surprisingly cozy, the fresh tones will uplift and inspire the vibe on your perfect wedding day. Ling’s Moment makes it easy to embrace the symbolic power of flowers, all year round.
And if you and your fiance decide that a monochromatic wedding is for you, we’d love to see! Make sure to share your beautiful photos and tag us on Instagram at @lingsmoment!