Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Wedding Colours - Table #3

Sorry for the delay in posting this third in a series of Sample Wedding Tables but I've been away on vacation.  For those of you just tuning in, I have been trying to help my daughter and her fiance decide on their wedding colours. 
Apple-green was a definite but they didn't know what to pair with it so I created three examples of what could be done.
   Previously, I've posted about the black/green combo HERE and the green/black combo HERE.   Now, we will look at Table #3, the white/green tablescape.
 White is usually thought of as a more traditional wedding colour and so I started with this damask tablecloth.


 Romantic heart-shaped plates are placed atop black and white ones with apple-green napkins beneath.


Branches decorated with hanging tealights and crystals are accented with greenery and white roses.


Glass candleholders flank one side of the table.


This crystal Partylite tealight lamp adds some sparkle beside the green apple on a silver vase.


A miniature black vase holds greenery and a white rose.


A "celebration" centerpiece is created with a floating candle on faux ice in a Partylite bowl atop a mirror.


If you look closely, you can see a rather large engagement ring to the right. Its actually a napkin ring but represents the reason for the celebration perfectly.


The little "celebrate" sign was originally given to me attached to a bottle of wine. 


 What are your thoughts about this combination of the white with the apple-green?
Do you think they should go with it?
Pop by for my next post and I'll let you know what they have decided on and I'll have a few pics of colour combos they didn't choose. 
If you'd like to review their choices, here is Table #1 and Table #2.
I'll be linking this post to 

Wow Us Wednesday at Savy Southern Style
Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.  
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home

9 comments:

housedressingblog.blogspot.com said...

Looks like you saved the best for last! This one with the heart shaped plates is my favorite, I can't wait to find out which one they choose.

Jane said...

Wow, this is amazing! I love the color combination and those pretty heart-shaped plates. It would make it a dream wedding.

Jane
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A Hint of Home said...

I simply love it! I have to say I like all three. It would be a hard choice.
All so pretty!

Barbara said...

I just love this color combination! I don't know how they will decide. I do love those heart shaped plates.

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
I was just look at my sidebar and you had post.
This is so Beautiful!!! You did a lovely job putting this one together sweet lady. I hope you can come visit my Tablescape I just put on Monday. I miss your comments. I hope you have a great week.
XXOO Diane

On Crooked Creek said...

Dining Delight,
How lucky this Bride & Groom are to have such a talented lady designing their wedding tables! Black, white and green is my most favorite table decor combination! I'd pick all three or a combination of the three. One for the bride and groom's table, another for the wedding party, yet another for all the guests!
Thanks for stopping by with your sweet comment and visit On Crooked Creek. Those lanterns will be part of the Autumn/Fall decor for welcoming our guests On Crooked Creek...post coming soon!
Fondly,
Pat

Anonymous said...

The settings a beautiful, but I am curious if they for sure picked apple green so far why is it being paired with only black eveytime. I like it with black, just wondering why its not paired with any other color...

Erika

Karin Şen Cankan said...

Lovely job.

Everything looks great

xoxo
Karin Şen Cankan
karinsfairytale.blogspot.com

Alycia Nichols said...

Aw, man....you really make it tough to choose! I do like the white, but I liked the other 2 as well!!! I guess the one that seems to fit best with the venue and the time of day the reception will be held would be the deciding factor. Also, if the bride didn't choose a white gown (if she went off-white or eggshell instead), I'd probably stay away from the white tablecloth as it will cause her gown to appear dingy next to it. Good luck with the selection process!!!!!