Hello again. Seems like spring and summer sort of got the best of me. We're back to the daily grind, though.Place settings... it's not something that brides normally put a lot of thought into. Whatever you imagine when you think of your wedding day, the little details are crucial to making your goals a reality. Place settings are an often-overlooked element of planning a wedding, but an elegant place setting can be the key to pulling together an event’s style.
If you love the idea of an outside wedding but you can't deal with the stress that comes with worrying about the weather, consider using floral accents and stylized menus to create a garden party ambiance, as the pastel floral arrangements do in this photo. You can even choose your dishes to complement your wedding’s style. Notice how the delicate yellow rim of the glass in this photo, which seems like the smallest of details, adds to the style of the event.
Photo courtesy of mywedding.com and Burke Garden Parties Receptions and Events
On the other hand, more muted tones in your place settings can transform an outdoor wedding from garden party to country chic. For example, note the way that the pink peonies and wedding favors tied up with twine in this photo accentuate the rustic theme of the event.
Photo courtesy of mywedding.com and Mountain Springs Lodge.
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