A White Wedding

As my sister’s wedding date approaches, I’ll be more and more involved with the planning and finding wedding inspirations. I love an all white wedding so here’s a roundup of my favs from my pinterest board, Til Death Do Us Part.

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Below are white wedding cakes inspired by their brides’ gowns!

Which wedding cake/gown combo is your favorite? Above images via.

And here’s a GORGEOUS ruffled white wedding cake:

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Would you consider having an all white wedding? Please share!

If you are currently planning for a wedding, here’s another post that I’ve written on the topic (in case you missed it)!

‘Til next post, Kellie.

26 thoughts on “A White Wedding

  1. I would have to say that the second lace-inspired combo is my favorite! It reminds me of MY wedding dress! Jeremy and I actually had a black-and-white themed wedding, which included white roses for my bouquet…so, needless to say the pics of the white roses featured in your post made me smile from ear to ear! 😉


  2. They all look beautiful. I’ve done a few all white wedding cakes and just love them.
    So elegant. I like a combo of cream & white or any soft colors together. Good luck with sister’s wedding.


  3. There is something very elegant about an all white wedding. Definitely food for thought! 🙂 x


  4. I was going to have an “all-white” wedding… but then I looked in the mirror and realized that I’m Mexican. Also, the Klu Klux Klan was much more difficult to hire as security than I had ever imagined! On a side note… booking Josh Groban as the entertainment was a cinch! 🙂 Oh, and it didn’t help that my bride was, in fact, imaginary.



  5. I’m too indecisive to know what I want now, but I like the idea of a having a white wedding.

    Also, like I said I am so indecisive so I love all of the combos. 🙂

    Adieu, scribbler


  6. I love the all white themed weddings, but I think I would add little hints of the bride’s favourite colour in some details like the fillings of macarons, the ribbon tying the bouquet together, or like you suggested a red velvet cake. =) Thanks for sharing this beautiful inspiration!



  7. If you (or whomever) can bring-to-life a quarter of those images your sister’s wedding will be a visual feast!


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