Now that I'm so far along on my wedding planning, I'm excited because I can actually think about the event design. I'm ready to whip out my bunting and streamers, but this isn't a crafty birthday party - this is my one and only wedding! So I know I have to do it right. Martha Stewart Weddings has been a tremendous inspiration. I could spend days looking through their online idea boards! There are a lot of cute table-scapes out there and I'm trying to nail down the one that's right for me. Here's a few of my faves...
I love the ribbon used on this table-scape! It forms such a cute pattern but I wonder it if would be easily messed up? It might just be a bit to informal for my vision.
Then there's this guy, which kind of falls in the same category as table-scape number one. Super cute, simple.. But too informal? I think so. Would be perfect for an at home dinner party, which I cannot wait to have after I am a Mrs. Justus! :)
I think we're getting close to my vision with this. I love, love, love the long-stemmed rose in a long circular glass vase, and this idea is pretty darn close. Look at the single roses in the votives, how cute! What about long-stemmed roses in long circular glass vases, a few different heights + the single roses in votives scattered throughout with candles? That sounds nice!
This table-scape and the one following really portrays the vibe I'm going for. Silver, greens and glass. Simple and elegant. Muy perfecto!
So pretty. I love the different textures and heights going on with this table. And the candles are lovely!
Since I am just doing hors'derves though, I wonder if I need a large amount of tables and fancy setups. Do people expect to sit down at tables for hors'derves or do they walk around and mingle? I'm thinking maybe a mixture of both?
My ceremony and reception are all in one room, so I need everything to be cohesive. I was thinking of setting up half ceremony seating on one side and half reception seating w/tables on the other side. Guests can sit on either side for both of the ceremony and reception. Does that sound tacky? Guess I will need to do some more research!! Thoughts/opinions/suggestions always welcome :)