I've said it before but I just want to walk the walk, this blog isn't just about wedding tips, it's also chock full of inspiration. This week's pretty pictures come from Jeannine Marie Photography, with decor by We've Got it Covered, flowers by Bel Fiore, and styling by yours truly. That's right, I know how to set a table like a boss.
Scroll through, press pin and add any and all of this decor to your wish list. My personal favorites? Blush + navy, greenery table runners, and chiffon chiavari chair sashes.
HINT: If you have chair covers allow for 1 minute per chair to put covers on. For more complex designs like sash tying or bow making, allow for 2 minutes per chair and helpers that have an eye for detail.
table linen: blush sequin linen | napkins: matte satin blush | charger: silver | floral in rectangle wood box with roses, ranunculus, and eucalyptus and a greenery runner | chiavari chairs with light gray chiffon chair wrap pinned | clear chiavari chairs | mercury glass candlesticks
harvest table from Rudy's Rentals | table drop napkins: matte satin blush | green runner around white large and small lanterns with pillar candles | clear chiavari chairs with white chiffon sash | gold beaded charger | square wood box with roses, ranunculus, and eucalyptus | numerous small votive candles | blush chiffon backdrop
table linen: matte satin burgundy | napkin: white folded two ways: 1) wrap around fold and 2) quarter fold with 1 silver dollar eucalyptus sprig on top | charger: gold | floral in gold pedestal bowl: silver dollar eucalyptus, hydrangea, ranunculus, roses and green amaranthus | assorted votives (mercury glass)
harvest table from Rudy's Rentals | napkin: matte satin navy in menu fold | mercury glass candlestick holders and bud vases with eucalyptus and ranunculus | champagne chargers | greenery runner: eucalyptus | floral in gold pedestal bowl: silver dollar eucalyptus, hydrangea, ranunculus, roses and amaranthus | blush chiffon backdrop | chiavari chair with white sash bow tied or ghost chair
Just remember to check with your venue before counting on open flames. If they aren't allowed the next option would be hurricane vases that are taller than the flame of the candle set inside of them. If you are using votives I suggest skipping the cost effective tea lights because they won't stay lit long, 3-4 hours unless you invest in European tea lights, but even then...
That being said check out buying in bulk from the dollar store and then assigning someone to be the official candle lighter and checker, so if a flame is extinguished it can just be replaced! Until next time my friend.
Prosperity, Love & Happiness,