Choosing a theme is often one of the easiest decisions to make when planning a wedding. (Chances are, the bride has had something in mind for a long time). What gets difficult is trying to make that daydream come to life; there are so many ways to incorporate a creative vision from the invitations to the ceremony setting (you can see some fun inspiration here). But today we wanted to focus on just one of those areas and provide you with some fabulous wedding table decor ideas.
Whether you are taking an approach that focuses on simple and sweet, rustic, or whimsical, we’ve got you covered!
(Above) “This couple, though they had a high-budget wedding, used a lot of homemade or “Pintrist-y” decor. As you can see, the table numbers appear as if the artist rendered it by hand. The programs, announcements, and directions to the reception all had a very similar feel to them. The groom in that particular wedding was the son of a Coca-Cola executive, hence, the coke bottle vase.
It was interesting to see that the bride’s taste and style are clearly represented in the hand-rendered art, the flowers, and the vintage books, while the groom is represented through the Coke bottle and vintage flask (filled w/water on the right of the coke bottle). The table was adorned with wood chips. I’d have to assume that this was the groom’s touch, as the entire reception was held at his family’s log cabin. The wood chips added to the environment (you may be able to see the log cabin in the background).”
(Above left) “This mason jar centerpiece is from a country chic wedding that was AWESOME on a very small budget. The centerpieces were put in green mason jars found at bargain prices. The ribbon and decorations were attached by friends and family during one of their “wedding parties” where many of them got together to help with all the details. Finally, the “D”s for the centerpieces were created with love by a long time family friend who knew the bride since she was born. I was amazed with the number of awesome helpers who volunteered their time to make sure this couple had the wedding of their dreams.”
(Above right and below) Floral and decor credit to Blue Eye Brown Eye.
Photo cred: Joanna Moss Photography, Gigi Hickman Photography, Michael Stephens Photography, Chris + Jenn Photos, Erika Brown Photography, Turnquist Photography, All My Love Photography, Evelyn Ford Photography, Liz Caruana Photography, Anna Routh Photography, Emily Lapish Photography, Amber Reinink Photographer, Fritz Photography.no comments