While at first we thought this look was austere, because hey where’s the flowers? Greenery? Grasses? We soon came to appreciate it’s quiet simplicity. Even more so, when we checked out the entire wedding and venue and came away quite enthralled. We know this venue because we did a post on Prospect House last year, see here. The space is amazing and if you check out both posts you will see how different each wedding is in design and detail. Responsible for all of this serene beauty is BW Theory, an event design and planning company based in Austin, Philadelphia and the Tri State area. They collaborated with “various artists to design multiple spaces that were unexpected and gave a transitional feel to each “phase” of the wedding to the next. We wanted an element of surprise as the evening unfolded.” The ceremony site featured Prospect House’s own steel frame and was accented by lime-washed urns in varying sizes, and a deep red antique rug. Live greenery walls served as both decor and seating chart, and were paired with contemporary furniture for the cocktail and lounge area. As incredible as these spaces were, it’s the reception space that took our breath away! Completely monochromatic, designed entirely in white, with white fabric draped from the ceiling, white table covers, chairs and plates and not a flower in sight! BW Theory enlisted artists to create custom candle holders and to hand paint the menus, table numbers and place cards. An otherworldly experience to view, let alone dining as a guest at this wedding! Scroll down because our descriptions do not give it justice.