Purple, Lavender & Bling: Tabletop Inspiration

This past spring we took part in the Chambers Bay Wedding Showcase at Chambers Bay Golf Course.  For the showcase we created 5 different table designs.  We will share one design a week for the next 5 weeks and on the 6th week we will share the bouquets we created for the event.  Many thanks to Wallflower Photography for the beautiful images we will be sharing with you.

Design #1

The Colors:
Dark purple, lavender, silver and sparkle!

The Flowers:
Cool water roses, purple lisianthus, purple stock, agonis and silver manzanita branches

We worked with a base linen of deep purple and brought in accents of lavender for the napkins and chair ties.  The main part of the centerpiece is a glass vase with gems, a bling band and silver manzanita branches with hanging crystals.  We also attached single blooms of stock to the branches.  Around the focal piece were 3 glass cubes banded in lavender ribbon and bling band.  An arrangement of purple stock, cool water roses, purple lisianthus and agonis is in each cube.

We also wrapped bling band around slim glass cylinders filled with clear gems and then topped it with a floating candle.  These candles would be perfect on a cocktail table.

All linens provided by American Party Place.

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  6. Maria Ruiz says:

    Hi I’m on a tight budget for my daughters quinceanera and it would help me out a lot if you could tell me everything u used to make the manzanita centerpieces so I can make them myself.

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