Bridal party table decor

Summer weddings are so beautiful but in warm temperatures, real flowers can wilt and sag so we used a mix of silk and fresh florals for the bride’s table decor. Marcia’s Florals from Waterloo provided the guest table decor. Click here to view more custom decor for Georgetowne Club.

Tiffany blue will never go out of style when it comes to elegant weddings. Click here for more views of Field Club event decor.

For this intimate Spring wedding, we designed a unique head table design for the wedding party table of 8 and then two family tables in a toned-down version of the head table. I used some of the same elements on the guest tables. Click here to view more custom decor for 1316 Jones St. parties.

This fall head table design was very easy to design. I used River birch branches, pinecones and fall leaves. Some of the branches and pinecones were spray painted in gold to add dimension and color to the decoration. Pumpkins and Indian corn amidst fall leaves added interest in between the branch design. The guest table decor had fresh florals inside pumpkins.

All the groom asked for his winter wedding decor, was that we incorporate deer antlers from his many hunting trips. Nestled in pine boughs and pinecones, the antlers provided nice holders for the bridal bouquets.

winter wedding - koll head table

In a contemporary design, I used black and white with splashes of red for this head table setting. The guest table decor was a very simple black and white design with red florals.

For a casual yet traditional, summer wedding, we used fresh pink and white flowers and baby’s breath in mint julep cups on the head tables. The guest tables had long-stemmed pink flowers in cylinder vases wrapped with ribbon in the bride’s colors. The cocktail tables were dressed with sashes and votive candles on mirrors amidst fresh rose petals.

Ready to say “I DO want a decorator for my special day,” email Beth at elegantdesignbybethBigO@gmail.com or call her today at 402-677-0306. Consultations are always FREE!

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