The Minimalist Markle Effect
Looking back at the Royal Wedding; it was done with so much elegance and simplicity – this is surely about to be an emerging trend in the wedding industry. With minimal details, you can effortlessly bring unique and modern elements to your wedding wear and design. Less does not always equal boring! With so many things to consider when it comes to creating the perfect minimalistic wedding, we’ve listed a few that you simply must have!
The Wedding Dress
Particularly during this season and with dropping temperatures, come longer sleeves and softer layers. The Markle effect will be seen in weddings throughout 2019 with super simple and highly elegant dresses or detailed veils. Going for less extravagance and not splashing out on a sparkly princess dress surely allows enough pennies for the “Meghan Markle second dress wave”. Come reception time, slip into a sleek white dress that allows you to dance all night long.
After all, your invitation is the first glimpse for your guests into your wedding style and design! Geometric shapes, botanical illustration or elements of golds and metallics opt for a clean, minimal look for your nuptials, where less is more. At a venue like ours with so much history, deckled edge hand-torn, even tea-stained stationary gives wedding invites an elegant, antiqued look that will remain classic for years to come.
Whether it be rich greens or soft pastels in your centerpieces or adding pops of modern gold, rose gold and silver, these all make for trendy couples and their wedding days. Imagine our gorgeous silverware teamed with gold-rimmed charger plates to add the perfect dash of color for a minimalist breakfast table. And for the added final touch, we have all the perfect white linen and silver napkin holders you need to complete this ultimate look in straightforward design.
These minimal ideas still bring so much to your wedding where less can always mean more! Head over to our Instagram post and let us know which element was your favorite, along with how you think you could incorporate them at our venue.
Have any questions or want to know how the venue might work for your wedding? We would love to hear from you!