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Top 5 Tips For Styling Your Headtable

Top 5 Tips For Styling Your Headtable - by Roselle & Co.

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Top 5 Tips For Styling Wedding Tablescapes - by Roselle & Co.

1. Remain consistent with your styling.
The best place to start when looking to create the perfect tablescape is to choose an style and keep it consistent with the rest of your wedding such as your Floral design, Furniture, Stationary Suite & Decor.

For example, if your wedding styling is industrial, elegant, minimal and modern; continue this feel for your table setting too, to create a cohesive visual aesthetic the flows nicely throughout the rest of your Event.

2. Create layers

Consider using layers by mixing materials and different textures to make the setting more visually appealing.

Using layering on your wedding table styling will help give your setting the detail and depth. Without layers your table settings would be one-dimensional and flat.

You may choose to build on your wedding table with charger plates topped with beautiful Luxury Vintage Fine China Dinner plates, a linen napkin and place card or menu card.

Get creative with your layering elements like herbs, shells, fresh fruit, books and foliage depending on your overall wedding style and vision.

3. Keep it pragmatic
Think about the practical side of things before you get carried away.
- Will the placement of your table decor and centerpiece allow for your guest to chit chat across the table?
- Have you checklisted and actually covered all the essential items for food and services?

Always order extras just in case.

4. Incorporate different heights

Try using heights or levels to your styling to give your tablescape a more interesting, lush and full feel.

For example, if all your table elements & details are the same height, the overall look of your reception space might look and feel bare and simple.

5. Don't overelaborate things
In other words don't overcomplicate things.

If you're feeling overwhelmed with table styling, consider speaking to your designer or your event planner.

Using statement tableware or beautiful vintage dinning tables as your base means you spend a lot less money and time trying to enhance or amplify your tables with other decoration.

Bonus Tip!
Keep things simple and have fun while doing it!
Pinky Up & Cheers !!
By Cami from Roselle & Co.
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Roselle & Co specializes in Fine China,Tabletop decor and Vintage Furniture Rentals. We offer high-end vintage bone China and timeless furniture rentals such as sweetheart/dessert/signing or guest tables.
From dainty cups & saucers, to teapots, stemware, tableware, vintage trunks, frames, easels, mirrors, photo backdrops and so much more.