“I love weddings, and this collection is so romantic and special.”
1. FLORALS & VASES
Choose a vase that is at least half the size of the blooms to create enough space between the rim and the heads of the flowers. This will allow the details of the arrangement to take the spotlight, especially if repeated on multiple tables. Use florals that are not only seasonal but complement your overall wedding scheme.
TIP: Create interest by using multiple shapes, sizes & textures of vases.
2. SERVEWARE & LINENS
Since tablecloths or runners are the base of the table setting, it’s best to choose a neutral palette. This will allow you to easily infuse the hues of your color scheme or add additional pops of color. Embroidered or printed patterns are a great way to add a touch of texture without distracting from other décor. Create a cohesive look by using a complete serveware set or pieces with similar decorative accents.
TIP: If you’re not using napkin rings, top the linen with a faux flower head or complete stem from the floral arrangement.
3. TABLETOP ACCENTS
Tabletop accents are an intuitive way of creating interest and bringing in extra shapes, sizes and textures on a smaller scale. Accent pieces are also a great way to add a pop of color to understated centerpieces or to offset a vibrant floral arrangement with more neutral hues. Try using tealight or pillar candles in decorative holders and votives to elevate any style.