From low maintenance to Bridezilla, every bride (and a whole lot of grooms too) care that the big day feels special. Sure you may have seen or attended another wedding that you thought was beautiful, that doesn’t make it YOUR wedding.
You need the pieces of yourself, the special touches, that tell your guests exactly who you are as a couple to make your wedding memorable for your guests. That’s where a designer like Jim White of Jim White Designs can help you find your signature statement.
In a world full of Pinterest and Instagram, it can be easy to lose sight of your own vision for your day. Just because you liked a photo of a rustic-chic wedding doesn’t mean you’re not a glitter and glam kind of bride. An experienced designer like Jim White will help you cull through the images to create your signature look. ” When someone comes to me,” says White, I want their event to be their vision.”
Floral design is a great way to achieve a signature look. If you were lucky enough to experience Jim White’s bursting and decadent floral wall installation at Bridal Extravaganza of Atlanta last August, you know that delicate florals can pack a punch, but not all statements are made in the garden. Event designers like Jim White can create custom ceiling arrangements or even procure a dance floor wrapped with the couples initials to help a couple put their stamp on their event. Even when keeping your focus at eye level, the use of candles, mercury glass and a well-placed metallic, can help a couple emphasize their most important elements.
Designing your wedding to make it your own does not mean that you have to explode your budget. By focusing on precise elements, you can make a huge impact without going full Royal Wedding. A perfectly designed sweetheart table, a trend Jim White has seen a lot of lately, can be a focused but impactful way to stand out. Or, if you and your sweetheart have a sweet-tooth and want to make your cake the star of the show, an elaborate cake table can make even a simple cake really shine.
Jim White reminds us that it’s not just the look of an event that matters, it’s the experience. He’s seeing more influence of experience inspired elements like cigar bars, whiskey tastings, and game tables as a way for couples to express themselves through their weddings.
About Jim White Designs: With over thirty years of experience, Jim White Designs has helped clients achieve and exceed their expectations to create memorable events. Visit www.jimwhitedesigns.com to be inspired and share your ideas with this accomplished and experienced team.
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