The full eucalyptus of last year is out, replaced by sparse greenery and lots of gentle florals. Yellow is a big color this year, especially as an accent color. In many cultures it means good luck, so what better color to add to your wedding? In this modern blush sweetheart table we pulled in yellow blossoming branches and yellow in the freesia for just a few little pops. The garden roses went from blush to peach, the ranunculus are blush, and the tulips are very soft blush pink and white. We added pops of wine in the lisianthus and dahlias.
The table is set atop the rose velvet tablecloth by bbjlinen. The place setting includes large white dinner plates and small geo-salad plates. We didn’t want to over-do the geo shapes in our design, so while it’s there, it’s subtle, unlike last year when everything was geoshaped.
The menus and place cards by elli.com.