Monday, December 30, 2013

Inspiration for my wedding table settings...

I hope everyone had an amazing, wonderful holiday.  I also want to send out a big thanks to all the lovely and supportive comments I received after my post about my horse's death.

Time flies and my wedding is less than 5 months away.  We have most of the "big" things squared away.  Now it is time to focus on the fun part - the details.  Below is the inspiration I've gathered for my table settings.


As some of you may know, my wedding will be at the Mathwig Estate Barn.  The look will be rustic, but I want it to be very "clean" rustic.  Not too shabby chic or vintage.


 The table above is probably my favorite.  I found a similar fabric which I'll use for the tables.


In the woods behind my parent's farm there are piles of old glass bottles left from previous tenants.  I have been collecting and cleaning them over time, and I plan on clustering between 8 and 10 of them in various sizes on each table, then fill them peonies (or a peony look-alike)...

Our china is basic white.


Candles are no longer allowed in the barn, so I will be buying A LOT of flameless votives.






1. Pinterest via Caught The Bouquet 2. Pinterest via Style Me Pretty 3. Pinterest 4. Pinterest  via Allyson Magda  5. Pinterest via Ruffled Blog 6. via Pinterest via Style Me Pretty   7. Pinterest via Sanders Estate  8. via Pinterest via styleunvieled.com  9. via Pinterest via Green Wedding Shoes

7 comments:

Tait Larson said...

Love the rustic vibe of your table decor.

So appreciate you finding inspiration from SMP and linking back to us!

-Tait

Anonymous said...

very nice ! nice inspiration for your wedding,I wish you a Happy New Year and a wonderful year !!

Mary Ann at classic•casual•home said...

Love the old bottle and peony idea...sure to be lovely!!!

Ivy Lane said...

I like how you put that..."clean rustic"....

so many great ideas here!

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Jeannine @ Small and Chic said...

The third image is from my wedding venue!

I can't to see how your table arrangements take shape. I love, love, love floral design...enough that I started working with my designers on the side after my wedding!

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