Perhaps part of the reason minimalist weddings are often sketched out to be plain and boring is because people imagine a bare, stark-white palette and clinical details. But it doesn’t work that way: the key to minimalist weddings is to pick one design element and revolve the rest of the theme around it. It could be anything, like candles, brass hardware, or a signature color like coral.
The table, chairs, plates and glasses mostly had clean lines, except for some select tableware like the leaf vessel that had scalloped edges. These complemented the undone, white blooms that dressed up the table. To keep things interesting — especially in a simple table setting — it’s important to add height for a visual punch. We arranged the flowers this way, so that the eyes go up and down and take in the dimension of the decor.
The Edward and Tea team had the pleasure of working with Suzanne Harward in this shoot and was able to use of her stunning pieces that really lent itself to the overall theme. We hope that you will enjoy reading this as much as we did putting it together!
Thank you to all that contributed x