BOLD AND VIBRANT TABLESCAPE BY ANNA LUCIA EVENTS
Mykonos Charger + Bamboo Flatware + Hampton Glassware
Party hosts become as busy as a beaver when it comes designing an event. They gotta do a lot in such little time that they are on their feet the whole day.
Decorating for a party can be difficult if you have nowhere to begin. You must manage cleaning, decor, and - most importantly - the tables. You cannot expect a visually appealing party venue if the table looks boring. Here are some easy-to-accomplish party table decorations you can make in no time.
Setting an elegant tablescape is more of an art, and you can easily learn how to create a table setting that attracts the eyes.
So, pull out the placement, spruce up the holiday flowers, and blast your favorite playlist: It's time to decorate!
For those brides and grooms who want a bright tablescape, then this tablescape by Anna Lucia Events is a sure bet. For this option, going with bright red is perfect for the floral centerpieces, while adding pops of color from our Mykonos charger + Hampton Glassware and natural texture from our Bamboo flatware.
This kind of tablescape looks amazing not just indoors but outdoors also; this color scheme might be bright, but it just looks perfect in a place setting with clear glassware and wooden chairs. Also, Southern Floral Company made sure that the florals used for this wedding table setting are perfect for the bride's taste.
Take note, when opting for a vibrant color like raspberry (like the florals on this wedding) as the anchor for your color palette, it's crucial to have a few subtle hues—think neutral tones or light blush—to help balance the look.
As they say, go big or go home! The vibrant colors with equally punchy hues made a bold and saturated palette for this table. Thanks to Hunter Ryan Photography for bringing to life the photos of this gorgeous wedding.
Tablescapes can be designed for any occasion and allow you to express your creativity in myriads of ways. We are all different and we see beauty in our own way. Some will like symmetrical décor, while others find symmetry boring or old fashioned. Some people will like bright colors, others - soft pastels. To create interest and dimension to your table start with deciding on the color scheme, add liveliness using natural elements and flowers. Create center pieces with the same objects in odd numbers in different sizes. Bring a smile to your guests' faces by adding your own personalized touch on the table. Guests’ comfort is high on the priority list for any event. Wishing you a happy tablescaping! See you on our next blog!
Planning + Design: Anna Lucia Events
Photography: Hunter Ryan Photography
Florals: Southern Floral Company
Linens: Nuage Design Inc
Chairs: Vivant Rentals