4 Simple Tips for Styling Your Spring Wedding

 
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No. 1

Styling tip: Select muted linens

Don't be afraid to incorporate a little bit of color into your wedding aesthetic. Though white and ivory table linens ALWAYS look amazing, muted pastels can completely transform the dynamic of your wedding by creating a soft contrast against the rest of your table decor. All the little details you love will be able to stand out and won't get lost in all the whites.

 
 
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No. 2

Styling tip: Beautify your paper goods

Add touches of calligraphy or use specialty paper to create the perfect balance of simplicity and elegance for your paper goods. Go a step further with romanticizing your guests' experience by finishing each invitation or dinner menu with a monogrammed wax seal or accent ribbons- those extra details are sure not to be overlooked.

 
 
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NO. 3

Styling tip: Wild & untamed florals

Loose, overgrown-looking centerpieces tie all the little details together by visually eliminating the boundaries between the florals and tablescape. Include sprigs of in-season herbs, such as rosemary or lavender, at each guest's table setting and you'll have the perfect pop of color to allude to the centerpiece, while adding texture and dimension.

 
 
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No. 4

Styling tip: Dress up your tableware

Add personality to your reception tables through your china, glassware, and cutlery selections. Scallop-edged plates and etched vintage glassware can really make a statement if done in moderation. These subtle additions to your reception decor can transform an everyday dinner table into something extravagant and sophisticated. 

 
 

VENDORS

Design Pacific Engagements | Photography Maggie Marguerite Studio | Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast | Catering Herban Feast | Florals Leah Erickson Floral | Stationery Phenix Paper Co. | Table Linens Cort Party Rental | Table Decor Crate & Barrel


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