Modern Minimalist Wedding Inspo

Minimalist couples are more and more frequently favoring the clean, understated look for their wedding day, and we're totally here for it. White and light neutral color palettes, combined with green foliage and modern venues, keep things simple and sophisticated. Here is some modern minimalist wedding inspo we're loving... Because sometimes less is, in fact, more.

Via Marisa Albrecht

The Invitations

Via Minted and Etsy

Carefully placed modern text with intentional white space is the perfect way to set the tone for your minimalist wedding vibe. 

The Dress

Clean lines, flattering silhouettes, and no-frills are words to live by for a minimalist wedding dress look. Whether you go for a plunging or modest neckline, choose a gown that will direct the focus to your own natural beauty. 

The Florals

Florals should be greenery based and not too overwhelming. Fresh white flowers are always in style, and they give off a chic, clean feel to compliment any setting or season... Just keep it light and simple, and you can’t go wrong.

The Bridesmaids

A light, muted bridesmaid color palette will complement the understated feel, with shades like Dove Gray, Taupe, Pale Blush, and Silver. Clean cut silhouettes like our Gwennie, Spence, Moni, and Jan dresses are the minimalist bridesmaid dresses that dreams are made of.

The Ceremony

No need for massive, costly floral installments when you can have an elegant minimalist ceremony backdrop! Keep it simple with just a touch of greenery to frame your vows. 

The Table

Clean white linens are the perfect canvas for light wood and metallic flatware, which add visual interest to your tablescape. Overall this creates an elegant and timeless look. 

The Reception Space

The reception venue should be simple and modern, without too many bells and whistles. Decor should be limited to pops of greenery and minimal strands of hanging lights. 

The Signage

Direct, inform, and welcome your guests with chic custom signage. Modern, easy to read fonts and deliberate spacing are key. You can even add a pop of foliage if you like!