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Sometimes less really is more, and this minimalistic-chic wedding inspiration from Events by Leslie is proof of that! With a neutral color palette incorporating palm fronds and calm tones like blush and slate, but also flashier touches of rose gold and crystal, your eyes are naturally drawn to all the most important places. This bride’s simple yet nontraditional satin dress from Unbridaled is edged with lace and features intricate embroidery down the skirt making it just as feminine as it is chic. The stunning look is completed with the most stunning gold, geometric jewelry from On a Limb Creative. Calligraphy on oat-colored stationery by Owl & Envelope adds a modern, organic feel to both invitations and to the wedding itself, and we love the way simple, wicker pieces from Scavenged Vintage Rentals instantly add more texture and natural feel to a room. Make guests feel even more homey with faux-fur throw pillows! These contrast perfectly with luxe marble, crystal and gold flatware that decorate an ultra-mod tablescape. Greenery by Bricolage Curated Florals is just the cherry on top of this modern wedding scene. With calla lilies, baby’s breath, the bride’s whimsical, monochromatic bouquet and lush fronds galore, these florals all work to bring even more life and romance into this minimalistic wedding shoot. This subtle wedding is sure to wow your guests without being overwhelming, plus keep you in the spotlight where you belong. Cheers!

Photos // Light as Gold Photography

From the planner: “When Lindsey with Light as Gold Photography came to me with the idea of a modern minimalist shoot at Prospect House, I knew the results were going to be breath-taking. Prospect House is one of those places that speaks for itself and doesn’t require much decoration. So going for the minimal look was the perfect fit. We focused on a neutral color palette, textured florals and modern decor to bring this set together.”

Other Local Vendors:
Hill Country Cakery, Project Artistry, Light as Gold Photography, The Prospect House, Hereafter Films