San Francisco-based Events of Distinction makes coral accents in floral and pillows sing against a white background of tufted banquettes and ceiling swags.
All Occasions Event Productions of Lexington, Ky., uses white high-peak tents and lounge furniture to set a modern mood; cobalt accents pop.
Dania, Fla.-based Designs by Sean uses a subdued palette of white and ivory to create this romantic wedding.
Carolyn Dempsey Design of Port Chester, N.Y., keeps the mood sophisticated at the adult tables for an ice-hockey theme bar mitzvah by using white plexiglass tables, white chiavaris and all-white floral accented with white candles.
Ritz-Carlton Dearborn turns a ballroom into a take on Miami nightclub B.E.D. with tables and chairs covered in white linen, sheer white organza panels and white beds. Servers are clad in white bathrobes.
Miami-based caterer A Joy Wallace Catering Production and Design Team designs an elegant first communion party for a girl, using white linen and parasols, accented with baby pink roses and underlays.
Nashville, Tenn.-based Timot McGonagle creates a sophisticated supper client for a client-appreciation event with clear acrylic tabletops dressed in white linen with clear chargers and white hydrangea centerpieces. LEDs hidden in the base of the tables change color throughout the evening.
Orlando, Fla.-based Weddings Unique creates a "midnight garden" reception with pale linen and overhead trellises of dendrobium orchids.
Tabletops at the White Hot event feature white linen from BBJ Linen ranging from faux mink to faux Persian lamb.
At the White Hot party, one handsome guest shows a white towel and a tan are all you really need.
An alligator stops by the buffet for a bite at the White Hot party.
Coronado Weddings of Coronado, Calif., creates a dramatic white canopy for a wedding on the beach.
The New York Marriott Marquis uses all-white decor and high-tech lighting for this dramatic recognition dinner.
The Chicago Marriott Downtown and the Meetinghouse Companies of Elmhurst, Ill., create the "ice" portion of a "fire and ice" party with white linen, ice martini bars and "iceberg" buffet stations. Models who appear to be frozen in place add atmosphere.
Someone's in the Kitchen of Tarzana, Calif., creates a "winter white wonder" theme holiday party with white Lycra swagging and snowflake projections
Hand-painted murals of leaves, orchids and tropical flowers set against white furniture evoke a jungle mood at this bat mitzvah from Designs by Sean.
Even the violet fondant on the centerpiece cakes pops against the pale, romantic palette of this wedding reception from Magic Moments of Norcross, Ga.
For a bar mitzvah held in a nondescript all-purpose room of the synagogue, Kensington, Md.-based Rave Reviews creates a South Beach club vibe with sheer white swags, white chandeliers and white lanterns.
For the winter area of a "four seasons" event, Tribble Creative Group of Charlotte, N.C., creates this icy tabletop.
For a New Year's Eve party, Rare Indigo and Eclipse Productions, both of Vancouver, British Columbia, create an "ice cave" with a stylized ice bar and white and silver dining area.
Steve Kemble, Bilfulco's Vanishing Sculptures and The Food Co., all of Dallas, use a winter white palette for this winter ball. This dramatic 15-foot ice raw bar reflects the glittering white of the carpet and fabric-draped walls.
For the grand-finale dinner of a five-day event, Harith Productions of Willow Grove, Pa., designs this dramatic buffet, complete with a piano player at a white piano and harpist with a white harp.
For the "heaven" segment of a "heaven and hell" party, Tribble Creative Group uses white slipcovers and intelligent lighting to create a lounge. Photo by David Ramsay Photography.
At Tribble Creative Group's "heaven" party, an ice martini bar is a hot topic. Photo by David Ramsay Photography.