A minimalist colour palette on your mind? Struggling to imagine how white on white on white can look on your wedding reception table? We have the editorial for you! Today’s shoot, full of minimalist wedding reception (and a peek of ceremony too) styling ideas was the inspiration of a Perth wedding dream team and it’s a picture-perfect addition to The Minimalist Issue.

Shot at Westin Perth, this one was the vision of wedding stylist and planner Branka of Blonde and Blue who collaborated with floral designer Rebecca of Fox and Rabbit to pull the look together. Rebecca noted “We took inspiration from the modern couples’ desire for a timeless, elegant and refined look that was classic in feel, yet modern in design.”

Captured beautifully by THE DAY Weddings the look was kept modern, luxe, and pared-back, letting the sheer beauty of the design do all the talking. The first part you need to take note of (and pin away?) the simple, yet elegant cake by De La Rosa Cakes with a sheer white on white design, almost architectural in style and the perfect way to begin. Says stylist Branka “We came up with a look that we felt showed off the space in its best light and complimented it. We always recommend that clients work with the space they have, so this was a great example of that.”

The ballroom, draped in white curtains, was set with pieces from hire companies Event Artillery, M Event Hire, Noda Events, Table Linen Co and Side Serve Perth. White dressed tables topped with simple candlelight, en-masse white blooms and a touch of modern – creamy napkins, paper pieces, carefully designed by Paige Tuzee Designs bought the look back to both to refined and classic, and to something trending and of the now. The room finished with stunning lighting pieces from Festoon and AV Partners. “Fresh white on white floral paired with smokey art deco vases delivers a luxurious high fashion end result” explains Rebecca, “The likes of which we imagine an A-List celebrity to convert in her own modern love story. To achieve the level of refinement required in Branka’s brief, we chose only the most luxe flower offerings. Strictly no foliage, reflexed roses en masse, and dripping orchids throughout. A bounty of contemporary ribbed candles in glass votives completed this elevated, clean look.”