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Silver and White Winter Wedding

My daughter always thought she would be married in the Spring, perhaps outside, along the Lake Erie shore.  She envisioned a more casual wedding gown, perhaps with some lace.  When her fiancé returned from a year in Korea in November and was to report to a Fort in Georgia, they wanted to be together,as a married couple.  Suddenly we had a New Year’s Wedding on the schedule.  From soft pastels and casual, we went silver and white and formal!  I couldn’t be happier with the results!  I hope you think so too!

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The white fabric overlay on the table mimicked the wedding dress design!


Silver and White Wedding Cake | CelebrateandDecorate.com

The cake was white with white frosting decorated with rhinestone ribbon and rhinestone initial topper. The wedding couple cut the cake with the same cake server the bride’s parents and grandparents used to cut their wedding cakes.

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The silver boxes on the tables held three heart-shaped cookies as favors for each guest.  Long banquet-style tables were set for the bridal party and guests.  They alternated white cloths and black with complementary alternating ribbons on the favor boxes.


Silver, Black and White Wedding | CelebrateandDecorate.com

Crystal trees added to the winter decor.

Silver, Black and White Wedding | CelebrateandDecorate.com

To finish off…snowflakes lights floating on the ceiling!
I will be sharing this at the following link parties:  Tips and Tricks | Make It Pretty Monday




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3 Comments

  1. I don't think I knew bout the snowflakes on the ceiling. I like that – nice touch. I can't believe you pulled this wedding off in the short time that you did. I LOVE the cake topper – such a great idea.

  2. It turned out so beautiful. I’m so glad it all turned out well. Thank you to your son in law and daughter for their service. Thank you for linking up to Tips and Tricks. Pinning this. Hope to see you again next week.

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