This next color palette is almost irresistible. It’s clean, classic, and whimsical, but most of all, it's romantic and full of soft, delicate touches of white, cream, gold, and brown. The white on white fabric-inspired cake from our Spring 2010 issue is anything but dull -- wouldn't it be fun to recreate a pattern from your (or your grandmother's) dress on your cake? Now there's an unusual way to present your something old. Layering white on white, in different shades, can be such a warm palette. Even your stationery can be white on white, thanks to chic blind embossing.
What do you think of this palette? And what palette are you considering for your wedding?
From top left: fabric wedding cake, Martha Stewart Weddings; Brooklyn Bridge via Always a Bridesmaid; wine vessels, Martha Stewart Weddings; gold shoes, Aaron Delesie; girls on settee, Julia Galdo; make-up by David Tolls with Work Group, models from Ford L.A.; dress detail, Wayne Yuan; bouquet, Martha Stewart Weddings; stationery, Martha Stewart Weddings; wedding dress, Martha Stewart Weddings Spring 2009; little white dresses, Martha Stewart Weddings; chocolate monogram cakes, Martha Stewart Weddings.