For installment fourteen of Table Top Tuesday, I am overwhelmed by the light simplicity created by Jessica Sloane and captured beautifully by Jessica Loren. This wedding’s table top blows me away with an airy and classic feeling. It’s so well done!
What makes this work? The choice of vines and airy greenery used throughout. The ivy vines creep over place settings and down the center of tables perfectly adding an organic feeling. I simply adore the strategically placed fruit as well.
What details make a difference? The neutral table cloth + napkin set the tone for the texture of the greenery and florals to shine. The natural wood chairs also add to the earthy natural feel.
Credits: Via Hochzeitsguide, Photography: Jessica Loren, Event Styling & Floral Design: Jessica Sloane.
For installment thirteen of Table Top Tuesday, we are inspired by these luminous film images from Odalys Mendez. It’s a magical table top setting in the woods filled with pretty little details thanks to Kristine Cholakian, Holly Carlisle and Simply Charming Socials.
What makes this work? The serene setting with sun peeping through the trees draws the eye in. Also, the light wood tables + chairs add a nice contrast to the greenery backdrop.
What details make a difference? Sweet chair adornments like above, black candles in assorted brass candle sticks and the flower arrangements are definitely the highlight. The use of berries and fruit add great texture to the tablescape.
Photographer: Odalys Mendez / Creative Direction: Kristine Cholakian and Holly Carlisle / Styling & Coordination: Simply Charming Socials / Floral Design: Rosegolden Flowers / Venue: Dunaway Gardens / Hair & Makeup: Hope Ferguson / Cake: April Epps / Paper Goods: Charlotte Lane / Rentals:Crush Event Rentals
For installment six of Table Top Tuesday, I stumbled upon this colorful table top inspiration from Vicki Grafton Photography + Stefanie Kapra Photography.
What makes this work? Fresh pops of spring time color! The orange, pink and yellow flowers bring life to this table top. I love the single buds strewn about and the spray of pink ombre stock flower tied with a sunshine yellow ribbon. If I were a guest at this party, it would immediately make me smile.
What details make a difference? The white calligraphy is so elegant on the light brown escort cards and menu and again, the flowers. The scabiosa pods add a wonderful contrast in texture to all of the very soft blooms. So well done!
Credits: Via Magnolia Rouge, Photography: Vicki Grafton + Stefanie Kapra, Design: Frieda Theres, Flowers: Lily Deluxe