The table was our job and we wanted to keep it fun and intimate. The wooden kings tables were the best choice to keep with the outdoor feel. We used cheesecloth for a soft table runner and each place setting started with a vintage plate Kelley had picked up while at a flea market. Then we rented mismatched vintage silverware and gold rimmed glasses. Each plate was adorn with a purple napkin and menu tied with twine. Place card tags were tied to a take home gift of the infused vodka cocktail.
The floral was left to my main woman Yasmin from Floral Theory and boy did she knock it out of the park. Yasmin's arrangements brought texture and color to the table. She arranged wooden boxes of color blocked purple flowers including parrot tulips, lilac, sweet peas, anemones and viburnum berries to create an ombre effect. Between the wooden boxes tiny bud vases dotted the table with single notes pulled from the centerpiece.
After dinner guest cozied up fireside with sweet treats and blankets.
Event design: Bustle
Florist: Floral Theory
Photos courtsey of Lisa Thiele/With Style and Grace