Traditionally, pinks were for girls and blues were for boys. The blend of the two speaks to the life that begins beyond that stereotype. A perfect coexistence of masculinity and the feminine spirit. Inspired by afternoon tea in the English countryside, this table will surely delight and inspire a lifetime of memories.
The last few years, the trend to have a green wedding has meant something completely different, but originally a green wedding had much more to do with color. This week’s table is inspired by the rolling hills of Ireland and the stark elegance of black. This table design is fit for Spring or Summer and is the perfect way to symbolize growth and fresh beginnings.
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The strikingly stunning warmth of yellow paired with the simplistic tone of gray. Today’s table is less about an outdoor spring/summer wedding at a vineyard and more about heading inside to celebrate an elegant, yet playful afternoon as grown folks. Mixing the commonality of a tin can with the breathtaking beauty of a fresh handful of yellow Craspedia flowers, these colors will inspire you.
Every week, our team works with me on table designs for weddings, parties, and other life events. We will be featuring table inspiration every Tuesday and are affectionately calling it, “Tuesday’s Table”.
This Tuesday’s design inspiration comes from various events and weddings found on Pinterest, Google and various other websites. Enjoy.