Navy, Apple Green & Fuchsia: Tabletop Inspiration

One of the local spring wedding shows took place back in March.  These shows allow us to join forces with local vendors, we worked with American Party Place (a rental company), to dream up fun color schemes and wedding designs to display for brides, grooms, and their entourages.   Our color scheme for the March show was classic navy blue, apple green and fuchsia.

The main display table sat under a white garden arbor.  Navy satin linens with fuchsia accents set a base for our arrangement of green hydrangea, mini green hydrangea, green spider mums, fuchsia roses, looped bear grass, and trailing jasmine vine.

Navy, Apple Green & Fuchsia Tabletop

Another tabletop design (below left) consisted of a tall cylinder of granny smith apples topped with an arrangement of hydrangea, pieris japonica, fuchsia roses, and green roses. An apple with a name flag anchored each place setting (below top right).  A mixed arrangement of green hydrangea, green hypericum berries, fuchsia roses, and bear grass decorated another table (below bottom right).

Navy, Apple Green & Fuchsia Tabletop

A few other arrangements include a trio of crystal candles holders surrounded by short arrangements of green ball dianthus and spray roses (below top left), a cylinder with submerged green spider mums surrounded by a wreath of white carnations and bear grass (below right), and our new hanging vases with fuchsia freesia (below bottom left).

Navy, Apple Green & Fuchsia TabletopWe always have a great time meeting new brides and grooms!  Many thanks to American Party Place for having us help with the design of your booth!

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