WEDDINGS

Boheme Neutrals with a Flourish of Foliage

Layering neutrals can be more tricky than it looks but when it’s done well – it’s such an incredible colour palette that looks understated but really stylish. I’m a huge fan of neutrals and fell head over heels when I saw imagery by Vanessa Lust Photography from the Boheme Workshop in British Columbia. The table setting exudes a bohemian luxe essence with a mix of interesting ceramics, a contemporary take on using the tall tapered candles and a range of different fabrics for the linen, runner and napkins. It all comes together so beautifully to create an interesting and beautiful tablescape! My favourite feature is the huge quartz clusters, I love their beauty and they would look even more beautiful in the evening when candlelight dances upon those quartz points!

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