Come across this table setting for a Brooklyn winery wedding. I love the table setting stamp, so cute! I want to have a fork/knife/spoon/plate (or some type of combination) stamp for my future dinner reception.
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So in love with this. Such a fun, color and fragrent idea!
I’m not much of a “southern person” but I think they did a great job with this inspiration shoot. It would be wonderful for a reception or as a bridal shower! What do you think? I love the old horse shoes
I found this wedding while stumbling across the Internet one fine evening. Since I was born and raised in the magical Pacific Northwest I fell in love with the natural aspects of this wedding. Think about it, how inexpensive these center pieces are if you can just find them in your neighborhood. This, I like.
I have yet again stumbled upon yet another new (to me) wedding blog. I found this gorgeous table setting in an Water for Elephants inspirational photoshoot. I love the accented shade of red and how the floral arrangements pop with color. This is how I imagine my wedding to be like. Again, adding this to my favorites list.
I stumbled upon this image at Once Wed that brought me to a new wedding blog site that I had never visited before (I just love that feeling.) Inspired by this showcased a classic Parisian style bridal shower. I love the table settings so much that I am filing them under my “things to consider for my way way in the future wedding” list. I just love the pattern and that shade of blue is to die for! Take a look:
I think there’s a preconceived notion that a wedding has to be matchy-matchy. Matching bridesmaid dresses, matching colors, flowers, blah blah blah. I like the idea of having a wedding feel natural. Of “Oh, hey! Let’s have a party” spontaneous looking (but obviously planned.) I would rather have fun mismatching chairs than hotel ballroom chairs with white slip covers and a decorative bow. That’s just my opinion.
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Digging this table setting. I understand having separate round tables if you have a large wedding, but there’s something about sitting down at a big table that gets me. I guess it reminds me of sitting down with the family on Thanksgiving and Christmas
Found this on apartmentlove.tumblr.com. The “x” and “o”s would be such a cute idea for a reception table setting