A statement table resplendent with foliage and candles, long enough to sit your wedding party might be in your wedding vision, or a humble sweetheart table might be just the thing for you and yours. Whatever path you take, the inspiration is boundless. From floating foliage to bouquets turned centerpieces, mini arrangement to swags of foliage, this Inspiration File is here to make your dreams a reality.
A divine table setting with classic draping, soft tones, and understated white roses. We encourage clever reuse of the ceremony flowers, including displaying the wedding party’s bouquets in vases at the head table. Blush and White Spring Wedding at Bridgeport Art Center Skyline Loft, photography by Britta Marie Photography.
This head table looked enchanting lined with foliage and pillar candles! The bride’s and bridesmaids’ bouquets in this wedding featured eye-catching protea. Spring Wedding with King Protea at River Roast, photography by Ben & Katya.
A simply beautiful combination of a hanging floral installation and cafe lights for this couple’s winter reception at Bridgeport Art Center. Dusty Rose Winter Wedding, photography by Ann and Kam Photography.
Detail of the head table at Exmoor Country Club with white roses and hydrangea woven within eucalyptus garland; both pillar and votive candles helped set the tone. Late-September Ivory Wedding, photography by Avant-garde Photography.
Tables set and glistening, moments before the reception… Red and Blush Summer Wedding at Galleria Marchetti, photography by Laura Fisher Photography.
This sweetheart table didn’t need much besides some monogrammed votive candles and minimal floral decoration, as it was set in front of the couple’s eye-catching altar. Blog post forthcoming. Photography by JPP Studios.
Elegant details at the couple’s Skyline Loft reception, with a statement hanging foliage installation for a garden-like atmosphere. Chic Outdoor Ceremony at Bridgeport Art Center, photography by Dana Ann Photography.
A suspended floral installation definitely created a statement over the sweetheart table! Blog post forthcoming. Photography by Stephanie Bassos, Bassos Weddings.
A low arrangement was perfect for the sweetheart table, as were those two toned blush and pale yellow peonies! Outdoor Summer Reception in Blush and Ivory, photography by Tim Tab Studios.
This couple’s sweetheart table was exquisite in its simplicity! Outdoor Summer Wedding at Adler Planetarium, photography by Katie Kett.
A garden inspired touch: full roses with sprawling foliage to denote the couple’s seats. Blog post forthcoming. Photography by Adam Novak.
Elegant touches: foliage is a simple way to add more emphasis to wooden chairs, like the brides’ seats at this February wedding. Lush Green and White Winter Wedding at Chicago Athletic Association, photography by Katie Kett Photography.
A simple round sweetheart table positioned in front of the couple’s earthy and minimal altar. Bright Summer Wedding at Greenhouse Loft, photography by Haddassah B. for Greenhouse Loft Photography.
A wedding of timeless glamour, with tables decorated with white bouquets and plenty of pillar candles at the couple’s reception. April Wedding at Chicago Athletic Association, photography by Bethany Carlson Photography.
A charming sweetheart table with a palette that was both soft and dynamic, for an overall sophisticated look. April Wedding at Chicago Athletic Association, photography by Cristina G Photography.
Sometimes an all-foliage look is just as stunning as flowers! This couple’s head table was striking in its simplicity. September Wedding at Bridgeport Art Center, photography by Tim Tab Studios.
Ample candlelight to warm up a winter night! Blog post forthcoming. Photography by Kristen Cloyd Photography.
Beautiful synchronicities, like the flowers’ color palette with the stained glass, make designing weddings even more special. February Wedding at Salvage One, photography by Gerber + Scarpelli.
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