White Wedding\\nIvories and creams whip up a feeling of pure romance\\nTextured fabrics and fresh blooms make white-on-white look luscious. Tables and chairs are covered with damask cloths and decorated with roses, andromeda, posies, tulips, lilies, and astilbe. Lace napkins are an Old World touch.\\n\\n* Shot on location at [Sky Studios, NYC](http://www.skystudios.com).*\\nIvory candles bathe the tables in soft light.\\n\\n*Candleholders and tiered stands, by [Two's Company](http://www.twoscompany.com). China, crystal, and flatware, from [TriServe Party Rentals](http://www.triservepartyrentals.com). Linens from Just Linens, 212-688-8808.*\\nAn all-white palette lets every detail really stand out: roses, ranunculus, tulips, and lisianthus are intricately woven into an opulent wedding wreath, which can be hung at the entrance to your reception site.\\nClassic hand-lettered escort cards get a modern update when presented floating on a bed of white feathers.\\n\\n*Escort cards by Kristina Wrenn for [twentyandseven](http://www.twentyandseven.com).*\\nClusters of votives in pierced silvery holders cast a twinkly, festive shimmer on the evening's events.\\n\\n* Candles, by et al designs, 510-834-1800\\\\. Candle holders, by Two's Company, [twoscompany.com](http://www.twoscompany.com)*.\\nSculptural displays of green grapes and creamy Vendela roses on multitiered stands decorate the edges of the dining room.\\n\\n* Demilune table, $129, from [The Bombay Company](http://www.bombaycompany.com). Tiered stands, by [Two's Company](http://www.twoscompany.com). Flowers by [Karen Bussen](http://www.karenbussen.com)*.\\nA vintage black-and-white family photo is screen-printed on vellum as an overlay for the classic menu cards.\\n\\n* Stationery, by Kristina Wrenn for [twentyandseven](http://www.twentyandseven.com).*\\nA hand-lettered place card, tied with a ribbon, is adorned with a bisque heart ornament.\\n\\n*Ornament, $6, from [Hooven & Hooven Porcelain](http://www.hoovenandhooven.com). Stationery, by Kristina Wrenn for [twentyandseven](http://www.twentyandseven.com)*.\\nThe traditional all-white bouquet gets a makeover with a loose arrangement of champagne spray roses, sweet pea, and Eucharist lilies, tied with an ivory satin ribbon.\\nChairs are draped with garlands of Virginia and Vendela roses and andromeda; bows in the back and ultrafeminine detail evoke sashes on party dresses.\\n\\n* Chair covers, from [Sure Fit](http://www.surefit.com). Chairs, from [TriServe Party Rentals](http://www.triservepartyrentals.com). Flowers by [Karen Bussen](http://www.karenbussen.com)*.\\nA display of family wedding photos is topped with glass to create a surface for the guestbook.\\n\\n*Book, about $118, from [Kate's Paperie](http://www.katespaperie.com)*.\\nFor favors that capture the poetry of your day, tuck personalized bookmarks into *Marriage Poems*, edited by John Hollander (Knopf).\\nThis five-tiered cake is the perfect finale. It's embellished with lace appliqué icing and a cascade of sugar flowers, roses in five stages of bloom, cattleya orchids, sweet pea, lilies of the valley, and morning glories.\\n\\n* Cake, by [Ron Ben-Israel](http://www.weddingcakes.com), $2,250, serves 150*.