When it comes to ballroom weddings, there’s nothing more classic than an all-white color palette. Think white florals, white chuppah drapery, white place cards, white table linens – the works. And while some might assume weddings need a bright splash of color for interesting design, David and Gina’s big day is here to kindly prove them wrong.
Set at the Woodbury Jewish Center in New York, their modern Jewish celebration was a fairytale affair from start to finish. From the breathtaking ceremony scene covered in florals, to the meaningful ceremony moments with loved ones all around, to the sparkling reception and memorable dance party, every second of David and Gina’s festivities was one for the books.
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There’s a reason why wedding bridal gowns are usually in white. Yes, it looks good and makes everyone have that refreshing glow but it is also because white symbolizes purity, innocence, and spirituality.
Still, having an all-white wedding is on a different level. It displays true love being given and reciprocated – a love that is pure, innocent, and spiritual. It is the kind of love that every couple should have, just like Gina and David.
Truly, white themed weddings are the best because of how aesthetically pleasing they can be. But remember that it isn’t the color theme that makes a wedding truly beautiful. Yes, it does contribute quite a lot, but it will always be the couple that makes a wedding perfect. Judging by Gina and David’s look, their wedding was definitely perfection because of how much they love each other.
Vendor Resources: Photographer: Intothestory//Venue: Woodbury Jewish Center//Catering: Regal Catering LLC//Cinematography: INTOTHESTORY//Transportation: Ultimate Class Limo//Dress Designer: Reem Acra //Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Suitsupply