WEDDINGS

Coral, copper and grey winter wedding tablescape styling and inspiration

We’re oh so excited to share the final installment of the beautiful winter wedding table setting series by Kate Cullen for the Fine Art Wedding Boutique! We adored her Luxe Pink Winter Wedding Inspiration and her Rustic Luxe inspiration with a palette of neutrals with hints of pale blue – and today she shares this romantic table styling with a coral, copper and grey palette. Her is Kate to talk us through the concept and how to achieve this look:

“Today we are delighted to bring you the third of our winter tablescape inspiration posts captured to perfection by Tamryn at The Barefoot Brunettes. This week we’re looking at ideas for using a bolder colour palette with the modern trend for coral and grey shades with copper as the metallic accent. This colour palette works well with any neutral or white backdrop like that seen in the gorgeous rooms at Twyning Park and worked well with the formal vintage dining chairs from Daisy Says I Do, but would work equally well with more neutral furniture.

The warmth of the copper bowl paired with the coral and cream tones of the flowers makes for an interesting and eye-catching centrepiece and would be a fabulous addition to round tables or with other smaller vessels along a long table layout. We love the overblown drama of the blooms which also stays effortlessly romantic. Included in this design were Cafe Au Lait Dahlias, Dahlias, Roses (Garden Ohara & wedding rose), Zinnias, Lisianthus, Antirrhinum, Astrantia, Ammi, Hypericum berries, Olive leaf, Eucalyptus, Weigela and Astilbe.

Layered table linens in contrasting colours and textures, from linen to velvet are another easy way to add an injection of colour during the winter months when everything can seem a little drab and grey, and copper cutlery can also help to tie everything in and give a touch of rosy warmth alongside elegant coral taper candles in modern chic copper holders. The salmon pink and grey calligraphy place cards from Oh Wonder Calligraphy  add a touch of elegance and we love the delicate hand drawn wreath design of the matching invites. Perhaps add a rose gold gilded crystal as a wedding favour to each of your place settings. These ones by Sarie Joynes match beautifully. Then wrap everything up in a luxurious coral silk ribbon from Kate Cullen.

The ever-popular marbling trend is also represented in these incredible grey marbled platters from Febbie Day Ceramics which would make the perfect chargers or serving platters for your reception meal. Modern wedding cakes are still setting new trends and are ever evolving. We adore this non-traditional peach and white confection from MonAnnie Cakes, topped with the most exquisite sugar flowers you ever saw!”

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For me, there’s nothing more fulfilling than creatively bringing exciting new ideas and beautiful features to B.LOVED that inspire you to find the soulful moments in your life.
As well as B.LOVED Editor, I am also a Wedding Photographer and Graphic Designer. I love sunshine, dreamy interiors, travel and animals! I share my life with my Fiancé James and our rescue dogs Joey & Teddy.

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