When designing your wedding day, floral arrangements are always a top priority. They don’t necessarily need to be over the top, but they can really add to your wedding day displays. Designs can range from your wedding bouquet, bridesmaids bouquets, boutonni’res, and table top displays. When it comes to table displays with floral arrangements, it can really change the look of any sort of location. Some wedding venues are bare where they may need some sort of extravagant floral arrangements, where as some venues may not need an over-the-top design. When designing your wedding table displays, you want to accent the location or even think of what defines you as a couple.
When turning your home into a wedding venue can always be tricky. Some homes are so gorgeous, but still look like a home. This couple has a gorgeous home, was the perfect location for their spring time wedding. There was no need to add any vibrant color to the floral arrangements since the location had so much texture to the aesthetics. I loved the touch of light pastel blue to the table clothes and napkins for a kiss of color, while leaving the floral arrangements whites. Adding the high low design really takes away from the background, directing your eyes to the table, rather than to the home behind them.
Truthfully, the Burlingame Country Club does not need any touch to make it beautiful. This venue is extravagant just by itself, but the florist had done an exquisite job when designing these floral arrangements. The venues room is painted light green with gold accents, and these vibrant orange and pink floral arrangements were the perfect touch. Since the tables are round, it was wise to have a high top floral arrangements for their wedding guests to have the ability to communicate with one another.
At the TPC Stonebrae golf course, I fell in love with all of the floor to ceiling windows. There was so much natural light within these rooms that any display would beam perfectly. This couple cerated themes to their table tops that defined who they were rather than having their florals speak about themselves. They were the type of couple who loved to travel, and each table was a country that they loved visiting most. Nonetheless, their all white and accented gold vases, were the perfect touch for their floral displays.
The ballroom at Rancho Bernardo Inn has gorgeous details to the walls, ceilings, and doors. there really is no need to add over-the-top table designs. This couple had a very simplistic, yet tasteful floral display. They pop of color was a perfect touch to their wedding floral arrangements.
Wedgwood Boulder Ridge is a stunning location, high up top over looking the San Jose Valley. What I loved most about this florist, was that they added trees to the table displays, rather than just flowers. This created a fun high-low visual throughout the entire room.
This couple who hosted their wedding at La Rinconada Country Club, had a very unique twist to their ‘table displays’. Rather than having elaborate wedding florals on their tables, they hung their flowers in the chandeliers. This was truly one of the most unique ideas I had seen at a wedding in some time.
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