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30 Minimalist Wedding Ideas for the Cool Bride

30 Minimalist Wedding Ideas for the Cool Bride


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Love is a Big Deal

Two vines of crawling greenery make a bold statement in their simplicity, serving as the sole backdrop for the bridal party table and whole reception.

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Kurt Boomer

Geometric plateware, plain white linens, and delicate organics exude romance and charm in this table setting.

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Miramar Photo

A hexagon-shaped two-tiered cake with marble print is clean and contemporary.

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Heart + Sparrow Photography

Bare wooden ceremony chairs with a single strand of greens are raw in nature.

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Laura Goldenberger

Angular metal squares bring a touch of urban to the outdoors as a bohemian ceremony backdrop.

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Jacqueline Kay Photography

A weathered desk functions as the perfect template for this self-serving bar station, allowing the standalone crystalware to really sparkle and shine.

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Rachel Solomon Photography

Simple ivory plateware lets an old-world romance menu on a scroll of parchment etched in gilded calligraphy to take center stage. Joy Proctor Design, Written Word Calligraphy & Design

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Jordan Weiland Photography

Rustic meets industrial in wooden table signage with metal numbers.

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Perpixel Photo

There's no need to line steps with overflowing florals - votives with sprigs of greenery magically light the way.

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Rosencrown Photography

A vintage bar cart with gilded accents brings all eyes to this feminine cake thanks to uncluttered dГ©cor, save for a few elegantly scattered roses.

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Jake and Heather Photo

A wire basket and some gorgeous calligraphy is all you really need for a no-fuss card box.

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AL Gawlik Photography

With limited decor, organic benches make for rich and decadent seating.

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Rachel Solomon Photography

A glass vase with spray of wildgrass and a vintage book bring a fine art touch to reception dГ©cor. Joy Proctor Design

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Marisa Albrecht

Black and white typography make an impact against a white canvas, paired with a simple easel and graceful vine of ivy.

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BEN YEW Photography

Instead of a mix of varying blooms, one type of flower really makes a statement in a centerpiece, especially when it's stark white popping against deep green.

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Genevieve Chapman - Miss Gen Photography

Upside down flower stems are a simpler alternative to lush chandeliers, adding a splash of color to a neutral reception palette.

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Jordan Weiland Photography

With clean type and geometric lines, a personalized white and black sign overlooking the reception is a minimalist's monochromatic dream. It's all you need for a focal point.

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Anna Tereshina Photography

A dusty grey palette, simple combination of plateware and flatware, and minimal accents set against ethereal gauzy linens looks nothing less than dreamy.

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Byron Loves Fawn Photography

A teal bottle and vibrant bloom bring a pretty detail to worn grey industrial chairs. These aisle markers are made all the more attention worthy when scattered across a few select chairs.

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Love is a Big Deal

A square arch and billowing organics on a structured platform make for a modern and elegant altar.

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Redfield Photography

Strictly fauna and no flora, this modest chandelier takes a modern approach, complete with miniature spherical baubles housing romantic tea lights.

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Jose Villa

Miniature bottles of olive oil tied with taupe ribbon and soft linen are a personal touch for guests to take home as wedding favors.

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Elena Pavlova

An acrylic invite keeps things simple in a grey and white palette, featuring stunning calligraphy. Together, it creates an airy and romantic feel.

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Nicola Thompson Photography

Giant Kate Spade balloons with sweet sayings add unexpected accents.

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Photo by Marisa Albrecht

Industrial minimalism is at its finest in this sweetheart table, thanks to copper chairs and a showstopper swath of greens.

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Lauren Kinsey

A luxurious navy settee steals the spotlight in a sea of white.

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Krystle Akin

This floral wall is pure botanical goodness. Rows of single stems bring beauty to a clean space.

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Brian Saculles Photography

Most minimalist weddings stick to a neutral palette, but this pop of blue looks stunning against bare wooden furniture, bringing romantic elegance to a rustic setting.

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Lauren Louise Photography

This creative seating plan is a piece of DIY magic, with a wooden frame and clothespins clipping a leaf of eucalyptus and crisp, white cards for a polished, rustic look.

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Marisa Albrecht

Towering columns of donuts are as clean and crisp as the modern white signage behind them. Simple white candles cast a soft glow that shine a spotlight in these sweet desserts.