The unexpected table is a fun visual treat for your guests. Mixing and matching with colors, textures and heights – even with the simplest elements – can create gorgeous tablescapes.
Simple tins, completely bare, with vintage labels or fun patterns of colors add a whimsical yet simple look and feel.
Let plates take center stage with a stunning tall white vase as the centerpiece.
Vintage glass and romantic draping flowers on the same table as a simple wooden long box of succulents? Looks amazing! All of the different shapes and colors find a balance together that makes for a pretty table.
Images in series one via Ruffled, Wedding Flowers Guru, Re-Nest.
Images in series two from May Luk Ceramics via Weekend Host.
Images in series three from Steven Steinhardt for Beth Halmsetter Events via Style Me Pretty.
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Trisha Dean is a wedding and event planner in the San Francisco Bay Area. A background in graphic design and corporate event planning led to her love of designing and planning weddings. She is the author of Adore and a contributing blogger to Bay Area Bride Guide in addition to the Inspired Bride. She lives in Walnut Creek, California with her husband, daughter, and two cats.
Debbie Mendes says
I just called my mother. The decision has been made to make lace runners on top of our dark blue tablecloths! I have been killing myself trying to come up with an idea! Thank you!!!!
Heck yes…those are some awesome tablescapes lady. i love the all neutral colored one with little pops of green!
Love the tins! They are so simple and fun!