Shades of Blue, Silver, White, and Light Pink: Tabletop Inspiration

This past spring we worked with Chambers Bay on their Annual Wedding Showcase Event.  For this event our task is to create 5 different tabletop designs  to serve as inspiration for couples looking at getting married at Chambers Bay.  Many thanks to American Party Place for providing the linens for this design and to
Wallflower Photography for the fantastic images!

I love being able to showcase a range of designs and am kicking off this series with our “Classic” look.  I chose a slate blue pin-tuck linen for the base with sky blue napkins. An elevated arrangement in a silver trumpet vase surrounded by candles completes the look!

Elevated Arrangement by Jen's Blossoms | Photo by: Wallflower PhotographySlate, Light Blue, Silver, Ivory & Anitque Pink

The Flowers:
White hydrangea, light pink roses, dusty miller, and ruscus.

White Hydrangea, Dusty Miller, Light Pink Roses, and Ruscus | Photo by: Wallflower PhotographyElevated Arrangement in Silver Vase by Jen's Blossoms | Photo by: Wallflower Photography

 

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