Five ideas to add some style to your wedding tables

Dee McMeeking a floral designer, wedding planner and wedding stylist tells us her top five tips for adding some style to your wedding tables….

Dee McMeeking a floral designer, wedding planner and wedding stylist tells us her top five tips for adding some style to your wedding tables.

It is often by making small additions to your table décor, that you can put together a really stylish look for your wedding guest tables. Here are some of my top décor tips to add some flair to your wedding styling.

1. Charger plates

Looking for a Pinterest worthy table then add some charger plates. These can be hired in a range of textures, colours and styles.  They can also make each place setting stand out for your guests. My current favourites are rose gold rimmed charger plates.

2. Add some sparkle with small vases

Metallic accents are huge right now both in interior design and in wedding styling. Whether you choose silver, gold, copper or rose gold you can find lots of pretty accessories to add to your table design. By using small vases you, can add pops of colour just by adding a single stem flower or a small cluster of flowers.

3. Add simple flowers or herbs to your table setting

A little sprig of herbs or simple piece of greenery with a small flower can look amazing as part of a place setting for your guests. If budget is an issue then just place them on the female guest place settings. Or you could use them just for your top table or VIP guests and the bridal party.

4. Give everyone a menu card

No more fighting and stretching over the table for guests to find out what tasty dishes you are serving, give them all their own menu card. A perfect way to show those with dietary requirements that you have ordered for them.  Also keeps the kids happy by letting them know what they are having to eat too! A simple menu card in each place setting adds to the overall look of the table and also to your guests’ experience.

5. Change the colour of your table napkins

Why be boring with plain old white when you can add that pop of colour onto your tables by ordering coloured napkins. A great way to incorporate those strong colours that may not be available in your florals.

Come see Dee McMeeking – Wedding Planner, Wedding Stylist and Floral Designer at stand D12 on the 21st and 22nd of October at The West Midlands Wedding Fair.
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