1. The devil's in the details View photos Credit: Marni Rothschild Pictures Not to get too scientific here, but your wedding is ultimately the sum of a lot of variables that you get to choose. At the end of the day, this is what makes or breaks the decor aesthetic of your most special day. "If you are getting married in a barn with a rustic vibe, you can use white lace details and all white lush blooms to enhance the vintage charm. Or if you want a more contemporary look and feel you can wed in a white loft with white modern furniture, a square or rectangular-shaped white wedding cake and even an all-white dance floor," Chertoff suggests. Basically, once you pick a theme, seek out the details you want to use to bring it to life and look specifically for all-white options. View photos Credit: Craig Paulson Photography 2. Texture matters The biggest challenge in designing an all-white wedding is to make sure you don't end up with a flat, washed-out decor where everything looks the same. The solution?
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