Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Bridal Birdcage

Tis the season...for weddings.
With the recent warm weather, I decided to play around with a few table items outside in our cabana. I ended up creating a tablescape that could be used for some type of bridal event such as an intimate engagement party, small bridal shower or other type of wedding celebration.
My inspiration pieces included this birdcage recently painted white from a very dark brown

 and I also wanted to use my "wedding china" (Dimity Rose by Royal Albert) as its been quite awhile since I've brought it out to play.

These two elements along with the season combined to make my tablescape take on a  bridal theme.
The bride-to-be has a special placecard and  a candle holder that is reminiscent of a large diamond - as in perhaps, an engagement ring.
With a bit of tulle and a ribbon, the guest of honour's chair is decorated to mimic a bridal veil.
The birdcage was filled with pieces of tulle and
 two votive candle holders surrounded by small hurricane shades placed atop pillar pedestals.
A couple of "lovebirds" are placed near the cage. 
Pink placemats and napkins arranged in "bows" add a feminine touch.
Candlelight, even in the sunshine, creates a romantic vibe.
For when the sun shines a bit too harshly, a side curtain provides some shade for the bridal gathering.
This curtain is attached to the side of the cabana.

 This tablescape could work equally well for a bridal breakfast, lunch or late afternoon tea.
 As the sun starts to set, the "candlelier" and white mini-lights help create a festive atmosphere.
I hope this "Bridal Birdcage" tablescape has given you some inspiration for any upcoming bridal/wedding events you may have.
 My cousin is getting married Aug 10/13 and we are looking forward to attending that celebration!
Click HERE if you'd like to see a more rustic bridal themed tablescape I did awhile back.

I'll be linking this post to these fantastic blog parties:
Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch
Show & Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Be Inspired Friday at Common Ground
Feather Your Nest Friday at French Country Cottage
Grace at Home at Imparting Grace
Seasonal Sunday at The Tablescaper
Sunday Showcase at Under the Table and Dreaming
Amaze Me Monday at Dwellings
Inspire Me Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life
Wow us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style
Let's Dish at Cuisine Kathleen


  1. I always love seeing the tablescapes, especially the centerpieces. You have really outdone your self on this one! It looks so beautiful, under the tent and I really like what you decorated the chair for the bride-to-be. Great job!!

  2. Gorgeous Bridal Outdoor tablescape! Your china is a beautiful pattern with the roses! The cute bird cage is a pretty centerpiece. Have a great week!


  3. Gorgeous bridal table details from the your birdcage centerpiece with love birds to your floral bouquet china! Your photos are stunning!

  4. This is a beautiful tablescape. I have viewed several Royal Albert patterns over the years, but have never seen that one. It is just wonderful! I know you enjoy using it, as this lovely table shows.

  5. This is just too adorable! What a beautiful bridal table....Chhristine

  6. How lovely! What a clever idea to put the candles in the birdcage! It looks beautiful.

  7. The sun was the perfect amendment to your gorgeous table setting. So well done! Thanks for sharing the inspiration. Cherry Kay

  8. That is so pretty, DD! Any bride would love that table!
    Thanks for linking to Let's Dish!

  9. Everything turned out just beautiful! Would love it if you came by One More Time and shared it

  10. Wow, this is totally stunning. I love the birdcage centerpiece and all of the decor is gorgeous. Thanks for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  11. Gorgeous - simply gorgeous. Your guests must have felt very special, especially the Bride to Be.

  12. Your setting is just gorgeous , just love it , thanks for becoming a follower so I could find your beautiful blog , joining you thanks for sharing :).


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