Right now, there are probably lots of brides, mother of the brides, and wedding planners who are all excitedly scrolling online for wedding inspo. I just adore weddings as they are a celebration of love, happiness, beauty and the beginning of a couple’s adventure in life together! I’m a self-proclaimed romantic and I’m absolutely inspired by weddings.
Wedding trends for 2019 include lots of greenery and blush tones. There are several reasons why bringing the outdoors inside is popular. First of all, a couple won’t have to worry about a backup plan if it rains on their wedding day. Having lots of lush greenery around is reminiscent of a garden and sets the tone for a romantic evening. It also is a great way to cut down cost but still have beautiful décor. These days, weddings can cost an average of $30,000!
In addition to adding more greenery to a wedding, varying blush tones are popular and a classic wedding color. This color is pretty and adds a sweet softness to the overall wedding vibe which may be why it’s timeless. I love this color and used varying shades of it in my own wedding.
With these two trends in mind, I used disposable partyware from Fineline Settings to create a romantic blush and greenery wedding tablescape. Their disposable plates, cutlery, and stemware make it convenient to set up and clean up after the party is over. The products are elegant and beautiful enough that I used them at my own wedding with close to 500 guests!
For the tablescape, I used a neutral toned tablecloth to naturally go along with the greenery. I laid a light blush chiffon runner on top, making sure it gathers in random areas along the table. Then I placed some seeded eucalyptus branches on top of each other along the center of the table to create a faux garland. Seeded eucalyptus is a very popular greenery in 2019 because of its beauty and elegance. To finish off the centerpiece, I added a few white candles in glass votives.
I started each place setting with a disposable blush charger. Then I layered on the 10” and 7” Round Foil Trim Plates Combo in bone/gold. I gathered a fancy white napkin over a gold fork, knive and spoon from the Heavyweight Cutlery Combo and tied it with raffia. I like that the cutlery matches the gold around the trim of the plate and the raffia continues the natural theme. For the drinkware, I chose the 8 oz 1 Piece Wine Goblet and the 6 oz 2 Piece Wine Goblet in clear since they go nicely together. That’s all there is to setting a simple and pretty wedding tablescape!
Getting married is one of the most important moments in a person’s life and it should be treate with special attention. Everything from the dress and suit to the wedding tabletops should be extraordinary! This blush and greenery wedding tablescape sets an elegant and romantic tone for an unforgettable reception filled with joy, laughter, and love in celebrating a significant milestone in two people’s lives.