All White Wedding? Today, the wedding dress is tinged with multiple colors. From delicate pastels to decided tones of ultraviolet, the color of the year 2018 according to Pantone. Although the choice is always wider, the color of the tradition of the wedding dress remains white, which continues to be the color preferred by brides. In all its variants: from optical white to cream, from pearly white to snow white.
And if over the dress, the couple wanted to extend the total white concept turning it into the theme of marriage? How to avoid a not obvious result, keeping up the level of good taste and delicacy that this color can perfectly conjugate? An all white wedding should not be misleading: it may seem simple to choose and coordinate the elements of the catering, the menu, the white monochrome set-up, but is this really true?
The answer is in the ability of the spouses to choose the best team of professionals able to advise the couple in the choices of style and in the choice of ad hoc suppliers.
By the way, for the all-white wedding dealt with by Corsini.Events Group, the request was that of a private celebration, with a contemporary character and an astonishing effect, that respected and celebrated the wedding theme color: white.
The Corsini team has been able to provide the wedding where white was the key element, listening to the wishes of the couple and advising them with the best solutions, avoiding the dangerous “clinical” effect that white can bring. A team of designers created especially for the event everything necessary for the final result to be marvelous.
Bouquet of flowers, artistic installations, perfect mise-en-place. The bride and groom were always the center of attention, as it should be, also sublimated by the light-designer who had placed the strategic points of light to make every magical moment.
Last, for lovers of absolute white, perhaps even nostalgic for the all-white wedding, there is wonderful news: the white dress can be reused as a gala dress. Who established it? Liberty Ross, the British actress and model who in 2016 had worn her completely white wedding dress again, for the Oscar party organized as every year by Vanity Fair.