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Tabletop: Romantic Garden Rendez-Vous

Who doesn’t like a romantic setting? It never goes out of style!


I had a lot of fun with a fantastic team of professionals in designing this photo shoot. Just by describing the names of the flowers that were used you will love everything about it: Rabelais roses, O’Hara garden roses, Carousel roses, and vintage mini spray roses.


With The Crosby Club as the ideal background, white and baby pink linens were layered to create a dreamy effect. White Chiavari chairs (by Classic Party Rentals) were dressed with sheer covers finished with pink ruffles. Both linens and chair covers were provided by Laura Paglia with Sweet Ribbon Events. Laura also created the impressive centerpiece in the center and added glamorous mercury glass vases filled with the beautiful variety of roses in the white and pink palette.


And that was not all: take a look at the colorful backdrop by Sweet Ribbon! The organza flowers are removable and can be used for any type of decoration. We hung the backdrop on a metal structure by Enticing Tables.


The vintage place settings were provided by Cheri’s Vintage Table as well as the glasses and the silverware.


Cheri has an extensive collection of authentic pieces from Europe spanning an entire century, each with different patterns and colors.


Jennifer with J. Grace added the WOW factor with gorgeous napkin ties and place cards embellished with glitter and crystals.

Inviting, isn’t it? Perfect for a garden get-together with friends or a bridal shower!

The tabletop was featured on the current issue of Ceremony Magazine San Diego – Thank you!



Photo credit: Mark Berning, Ceremony Magazine


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