A Countryside Wedding II

Don’t you love how they dressed up the white tables with gingham runners? This is such a great idea especially for couples who are working with white table clothes provided by their caterer. Gingham fabric is so cheap and its amazing what a runner of fun fabric can do for a table. Plus, how charming are the orchard boxes filled with fruit on the tables below? What a wonderful alternative to floral centerpieces…

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Photography by Claudio Raschella via Wedding Style Guide Issue 4

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18 Responses to “A Countryside Wedding II”

  1. Tonia

    Non-floral centerpeices are awesome and usually more eco-friendly and affordable! I’m trying to come up with some good flower alternatives for the tables at our wedding in Sept. Thanks for the ideas!!

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  2. leigh

    the bouquets are perfect! and that almond cake is so graphic in an understated way; everything has such a nice simplicity.

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  3. The Wedding Contessa

    Love how down to earth and inviting this wedding decor is! Your guests must have felt very comfortable. Earthy, elegant, and delightful! Love the favors and the red and white theme throughout! Also the flowers were so simply displayed but ever so beautiful!

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  4. April

    The fresh strawberries look tasty and the floral centerpieces look lovely. Love the ambiance of the wedding reception,simply elegant and refreshing!Great photos too!

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  5. Wayne

    Well it was my wedding, for what it’s worth! And it was a great day… we were definitely targetting simplicity and tried to break down some of the ‘traditional’ approaches with a more earthy touch. The base theme we had in mind was ‘agricultural fair’ and took it from there.

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