Jun 10, 2015 | Weddings
We've rounded up bridesmaid gowns, bridal gowns, bouquetscakes, and hairstyles... now we're sharing our favorite tablescapes for the Fine Art bride. As a huge part of the wedding design process, we know many brides just don't know where to start when it comes to tabletop decor! Don't be afraid to take the lead from these amazing designers and stylists and think outside the box for your big day! Fancy the ethereal, pale blue tablescape on the shoreline above? We do too. This lovely tablescape was designed by Joy Thigpen, photographed by Jose Villa, and it feels so serene and beautiful. Below is a masterpiece of a design by the talented Pearl and Godiva, photographed by Elizabeth Messina. Beyond the fact that this was an awe-inspiring venue, we heart the jewel toned florals mixed in with the pale blue and ivory linens for a beautiful look... pearl and godiva Elizabeth Messina Imperfection is beauty in this coastal tablescape, designed by Beauty In The Making and photographed by KT Merry. The warped wood and irregularly sized pieces of decor, like these lanterns, make this an excellent look for your beach wedding... kt merry beach KT Merry Are you envisioning a soft, sweet color palette? We love the spring-like colors here in this tablescape designed by Alex Meyer Events. You can find the entire editorial here, captured by Alicia Lacey Photography! It's the garden chairs that get us in this one... similar here... alicia lacey photo alex meyer events Alicia Lacey Photography Yes to all of the below! If you're not keen on gigantic florals as your main piece of decor on your tables, consider a few succulents and some apothecary jars. We absolutely love this eclectic look by Joy Proctor, photographed by KT Merry. For a similar look, take a peek at these mismatched jars, these oversized and rounded jars, and these teeny cork and glass jars... 4976ee09bfd3965e16c0c573592986d5 KT Merry Below is one tablescape that just feels like a wedding wonderland. With dreamy whites and ivories, antique lace linens, and the light-washed wooden chairs... what is not to love? Styled by Lisa Vorce and photographed by Elizabeth Messina... elizabeth messina lisa vorce Elizabeth Messina We love a good, formal tablescape. Jose Villa photographed this lovely one below, full of classic brushed silver flatware and beautiful stationery for the menu. We love the scalloped bread plate! Jose Villa Designing the layout of your tables and chairs could prove to be quite the burden. If you have to cap the ends of your tables with chairs, why not choose elegant french-inspired side chairs? We love this beautiful tablescape photographed by Erich Mcvey, styled by Ginny Au, with pops of gold and bordeaux below.... erichmcvey natural woods Erich McVey We love the resurgence of traditional tapered candles. Below is a beautiful design by Poppies and Posies, photographed by Jen Huang, with classic details and beautiful linens that we love... jen huang poppiesa nd posies Jen Huang If you're looking to throw an extravagant and luxurious celebration, take the lead from the talented Lisa Vorce. We are loving the hanging pendant lights! Photographed by Elizabeth Messina... IMG_3927 Elizabeth Messina In our recent feature of See Sessions, this tablescape was a huge hit! With one large floral centerpiece by Amy Osaba Events, lovely organic styling by Jessica Sloane and amazing photography by Jessica Lorren, it is not hard to see why. If you want to achieve a similar look, head to Silk & Willow for these linens and thin tapered candles... jessica sloane Jessica Lorren Photography Could it the gold-rimmed glasses or the pale blue patterned plates that give us heart eyes?! Probably both. For something a little different, take note of this simple, yet unique design photographed by Rylee Hitchner below... rylee hitchner2 Rylee Hitchner We had to throw something in here for our Autumn brides! Using fruits and other food items as decor is always an excellent idea. Another gorgeous image by the talented Rylee Hitchner below... Rylee Hitchner Rylee Hitchner What about floral centerpieces that are low-lying? This simple, yet lush-with-florals tablescape, photographed by Tec Petaja, is one of our favorites. The neutral color palette and beautiful venue definitely are Fine Art bride approved... tec petaja Tec Petaja Joy Proctor designed this timeless tablescape with light colored florals (including the prettiest Dahlias!) and again, those gold-rimmed glasses that we love so much. Photographed by Michael and Anna Costa... joy proctor SMP Michael and Anna Costa The talented Kurt Boomer captured this serene tablescape design by Joy Proctor below. Sometimes it is the chairs that make the statement and we are in love with these vintage French-inspired chairs for an elegant look... joy proctor Kurt Boomer Photography Mismatched candlesticks, white anemone florals, and that gold flatware (ooooh, what about rose gold?)! We love! Styling by Honey of a Thousand Flowers, photo by Leo Patrone... Honey of  Thousand Flowers Leo Patrone Fine Art brides aren't intimidated by something a little different. No, in fact... they love to create an impression on their guests and create beauty based on their personal style. For the Fine Art bride who loves nature, greenery and organically styled tablescapes... consider this lovely design, photographed by Tec Petaja and designed by Joy Thigpen... tec petaja ferns Tec Petaja This type of suspended or hanging centerpiece below would be perfect as a nod to ocean-loving couple. Photo by Jose Villa... josevilla Jose Villa An outdoor venue, which could be already filled to the brim with gorgeous blooms and pretty petals everywhere, would look wonderful with smaller, mismatched plants to detail the tablescape. You could even perhaps even consider potted lavender as you see below, designed by Lisa Vorce, photographed by Elizabeth Messina... elizabeth messina lisa vorce brown chairs Elizabeth Messina If pops of bright pink and cinnamon-colored accents suit your fancy, then gather inspiration from this lovely tablescape designed by La Partie Events, photographed by Jose Villa... jose villa la partie events Jose Villa There is something so classic about this neutral color palette, photographed by Erich McVey, that we just love. The detailed charger paired with the green goblet, that complements the florals, makes for a chic and elegant look... erichmcvey Erich McVey And now one of our favorites. There is so much beauty in simplicity. The votives plus the white linens, plus the simple vine garland... swoon! This gorgeous tablescape was designed by Ginny Au and photographed by J. Layne Photography from the Belle Lumiere Workshop... bellelumiere J. Layne Photography Blush and peach are still holding on strong for most popular colors in weddings this season and we are so happy about that! If you also love the sweet and feminine colors, consider toning them down with antique golds and plenty of greenery like in the tablescape below by Oak and the Owl, photographed by Carmen Santorelli. The juxtaposition of natural materials, like the amazing harvest table, and the uber-modern ghost chairs make this a lovely design... carmen santorelli Carmen Santorelli If you're a floral lover... dream big! Create lush, low-lying floral centerpieces to completely cover your tablescape. Let your florals take center stage with neutral-colored accents like these French-inspired chairs and neutral table linens. Styled by Joy Proctor, photographed by Rylee Hitchner... IMG_3926 Rylee Hitchner


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