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.
Today I am starting a weekly series featuring some of my favorite table top designs for events! I hope to provide some tips and inspiration for your next gathering. This inspiration shoot is one of my favorite ever and with an amazing list of talent (further below) it’s obvious why this is so spectacular.
What makes this work? The mismatched patterned flatware adds just enough elegance and interest against the rustic wood table. The same applies to the assorted patterned pressed glassed goblets. Three goblets in classic clear glass is rich looking and the difference in size and pattern brings this design a step above.
What details make a difference? The all white + greens arrangement helps punch up the monochromatic place setting and the hand written calligraphy escort card and menu provide guests with a sense of honor as if one would ask; was that written for little old me?
Credits: Via Style Me Pretty, Photography: Jose Villa, Design: Joy de Vivre, Florals: Kelly Kaufman Design