Some of my favorite weddings to design and produce are hosted at the client's home. There are so many memories and personal details in a home that make a very special day even more spectacular and meaningful.
I had the opportunity to work with a client who was planning an early spring wedding on her parents' property. My client loves rustic details such as farm tables and eclectic, antique decor, but we needed to balance this aesthetic with the formal beauty of the home and its grounds.
I decided to bring in vintage dining tables in a wonderful mix of styles and sizes. They were perfect when paired with dark bentwood chairs. And for the table settings, I wanted it to look as if we borrowed things from her family's collection of silver, china, and linens. We ended up using mismatching floral plates that shared a color palette and crisp white linen runners to contrast the dark wood tables.
The final result was elegant and classic with a touch of the eclectic whimsy my client was looking for.
The cherry blossoms situated on the property's grounds served as a perfect backdrop.
Here, the beautiful bride in her family's home.
Here is a peek at the dinner tables set with a variety of china patterns, beautiful silver vases, and candlesticks. The peony, sweetpea, and ranunculus arrangements finished off the look.
Check in next week for more inspiration from this gorgeous event!