Our inspiration was 1950s elegance, and the concept was sparked by these adorable “Bride” and “Groom” champagne glasses I found at a thrift store. Isn’t it fun how the littlest things can spark your imagination? I asked my mom about weddings she attended as a little girl, looked at photos from my grandparents’ wedding (though that was in the 1940s), and Suzy did lots of online research. After all that we came up with a peachy-pink and white color scheme with silvery gray accents.
We wanted to simulate a different way of doing place cards, so Suzy tied tiny escort cards to the bottoms of wine glasses (more thrift store finds!). Half of the glasses were filled with stunning peony blooms and half I had filled with soy wax to make into candles*! Either way, it’s a nice little favor for your guests.
*Check out Bright Endeavors where I had the glasses made into candles. It’s a great organization that gives young mothers job training before helping them find more permanent job opportunities.
The gorgeous centerpiece that Kelly Marie made for us!
Suzy had the fabulous idea to add some tulle under the tablecloth as a nod to 1950s dresses. I LOVE how it turned out!
It’s always so much fun to be able to go a little crazy on these stylized table setups. Even though it’s not likely that anyone will actually pin tulle under each and every table at their wedding, we hope you’ll take some of these ideas to use for your wedding!