This year’s Art of the Table was such a spectacular event. The Association of Bridal Consultants put together an amazing event. Our first blogthat covered just a few of the remarkable table displays by Indy’s top event planners and florists was not enough. Get ready for Part 2 of our four-part Art of the Table series!
Table 8: The Roaring ‘20s: A Vintage Wedding in East Egg
This gorgeous table inspired by the classic novel “Great Gatsby” was a perfect design for all the chic brides out there. The lacy table cloth with shades of pink and gold all over the table was a stunning combination. This table displayed an elegant floral centerpiece wrapped in a white feathery boa with pearls draped all around it. The top hats and flapper hats captured the roaring ‘20s feel flawlessly.
Table 9: White Wedding
K Sherrie+Company Planning Atelier
This was a true white wedding. This pure white table gave a true feeling of beauty and tranquility. Everything from the table linens, to the china was a pure wedding white. The green stems of the white roses accented the solid white decorations perfectly. We loved the white rose centerpiece with hanging orbs that held floating flower petals.
Table 10: Violet Vintage
Amanda Wood Event Design
This purple and green-themed table truly captured a very rustic antique look. The vintage bird cages, bird nests, old-fashioned camera and rustic key rings added a unique style. We loved the old wooden chairs that added to the vintage theme perfectly.
Table 11: Romance
Detail + Design
This table was purple perfection. The lacy floral purple linens captured our attention right away. The tall purple, green and white floral centerpiece paired with the beautiful clear crystal glasses blended together to pull off a very romantic vintage appeal. The rustic key name tags were a favorite of many!
Table 12: Pearls: With Modern Elegance
This wedding table was made for all the classy brides out there. Pearls filled the table. The colors of cream, taupe and sky blue accented the beautiful pearls flawlessly. The cream lacy table linen added softness and texture to this elegant design.
Table 13: Seaside Escape Destination Wedding
This table truly made you feel as if you were seaside. The driftwood centerpiece paired with the sandy table cloth and coral decorations captured the theme perfectly. The table was filled with bright colors of tangerine, coral and gold. We loved the gold broken edged plates with the cracked wine glasses.
Table 14: Pretty in Pink
The Empty Vase
This table was a combination of pinks and browns. The dusty rose linen was one of our favorite table clothes. Pink flower bulbs sat atop tall antique candlesticks. A delicious chocolate cake was encircled by delicate pink flowers. The individual mini presents added a warm touch to the entire table.