Delightful Table Settings

Today we’re in the mood to examine some seriously delightful table settings!

These table settings were designed by P.S. & Associates Event Planning and are all about trends and colours for 2012. But as you can imagine, putting together such pretty table settings involves collaboration. The other delightful vendors were Town and Country, Rosebud Floral Design, Invitations by Ajalon, and photographer Aaron Gil from FotoNuova Photography Studio.

Here’s what they came up with:

The “Ultra Modern” Table Setting

This table setting is for the bride that likes clean lines, pops of colour and lives a little on the edge.

The table setting includes glass tabletops sitting on lit cubes, Panton chairs, Calvin line glassware, chargers in silver with white and glacier glass plates. Then to give the table texture the vendors used burlap napkins in Oyster, and finished with flatware.

The flower centerpiece includes many small flower arrangements in different heights to make one great floral display. Bright colours were added as well as deep dark tones to give a variety of colours to look at. Lastly, a little extra was added to the table setting by placing a menu on top of each setting.


The “Versace Chic” Table Setting

This table setting is for the bride that likes opulence with a modern twist. Here you have a beautiful table setting with gold flatware and gold-rimmed glassware on top of a powder blue linen.

The charger is a Gold Band Obscura charger with St. Petersburg China. The chairs are your basic gold chaiavari, which come in many different colours and finishes. The champagne crush napkins are gathered and stuffed in a beautiful gold napkin holder that looks like a crown, which is a fitting piece for this opulent table. The centerpiece is built on a gold candelabra, and made with a variety of flowers, some white hydrangeas and gold leaf accents.


The “Urban Edge” Table Setting

This table setting is for the bride that has an edgy style with a flare of funkiness.

The grayish taupe linen plays as the “canvas”. The charger is a Antique Pewter charger which is then layered with their White Rimmed Double Platinum China and glass plate. The natural “Raw Mud” burlap napkin adds depth and texture to the arrangement. Giving this table its flare is the Golden Amber Phantom Plexiglas chair. The vendors carried the yellow tones into the floral arrangement, made from roses, Billy balls, and hydrangeas and yes, even lettuce! This floral masterpiece will give your guests a great conversation piece.


The “Succulent Paradise” Table Setting

This table setting is for the more rustic and earthy bride.

The table setting is set on a natural burlap linen with a succulent terrarium centerpiece and aloe vera leaves surrounding. Bringing cactus and other succulents into any arrangements gives it the rustic feel. The plates are layered on a Antique Copper charger with the Gold Oplulence china. The vendors added the Morocco line of flatware and Rustica line of glassware to give it extra warmth and richness. The table setting is then finished with a few cigars and Dark Gold Velour chairs to bring a touch of opulence to the table.



Photography: FotoNuova Photography Studio / Rentals: Town & Country / Flowers: Rosebud Floral Design / Stationary: Invitations by Ajalon / Table design: P.S. & Associates Event Planning

  1. So fancy! Is P.S. & Associates affordable? or will people be spending their whole budget on these table settings?

  2. Beautiful. My favorites are the two modern ones. Excellent choice of silverware and glasses for the “ultra modern one” – and the patterns in the “Versace” setting, paired with a transparent plate, are amazing. Love is in the details!

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