Vibrant & Tropical Destination Wedding Table Styling by Elisabetta White
It’s long been a dream of mine to tie-the-knot on a brilliantly exotic beach. I’m talking a sun-shining-sand-between-your-toes-with-your-nearest-and-dearest kind of celebration. And this vibrant & tropical destination wedding table styling inspiration from Elisabetta White Weddings that I created with The Brand Studio is certainly giving me all the destination feels today!
Get ready to be whisked away with us…
For this brand shoot I wanted to showcase a tropical destination wedding table, with touches of brass and bright pink, yellow and aqua. The Great Conservatory at Syon Park allowed us to bring that exotic feel I was looking for, a real sense of destination wedding, with brass and gentle nods to exotic destinations. The usage of tropical-inspired patterns was also very important – I found these gorgeous cushion covers with protea and tropical leaves that perfectly complemented the look I was going for.
Yellow, bright pink and aqua are the colour scheme, which I then decided to add some brass touches, minimalist geometric details and fun, exotic patterns. I feel we are inundated by white and green, organic-looking weddings and wanted people to see a side of weddings that can be bold, fun and connected to brighter destinations.
Liz of Bluesky Flowers created a perfect centrepiece for the table – bright, bold and unstructured. Sometimes less is more. You don’t need a huge centrepiece for your table to be right!
THREE TIPS FOR RECREATING THIS LOOK
- I’m such an essentialist, so for me number 1 is always: less is more! You truly don’t need to clutter with details. A simple design can be more striking than a table full of small details where nothing really stands out.
- If you’re thinking of a travel theme, forget about the passport styled invitations, and those gimmicky design graphics like planes, palm trees, etc. … You can be in London and still pick a venue that screams exotic destination!
- Don’t be scared of going bright and bold with colours and patterns, while keeping certain elements clean and minimal. You don’t want too many things competing for attention.
Is this tropical destination wedding table styling giving you all the feels too?