I’m keeping the best for second / last, but here’s the inspiration for a table I worked on last week. Highlighting that gorgeous Texas stone wall, golden beeswax candles, natural gray linens, are paired with vintage plum and metallic gold.
I wanted something a little more classic, a little regal–almost opulent with the gilded calligraphy, deep plum linens, rich tones, yet still grounded and a little earthy. I wanted a floral option that was relatively simple and affordable to execute and these vintage bottles and bunches of single stems are the perfect, a little whimsical, answer. I think it will be a nice contrast to the the venue, while encouraging a direction that isn’t the usual Spanish/Tuscan/Texas Hill Country.
[Sources: Top left: Studio Choo; Top Center: Domino Magazine; Top Right: The Nouveau Romantics at The Wild Onion Ranch; Second Center: My White Table; Middle left: West Elm; Middle Center Lefthand: unknown; Middle Center Righthand: The Maker’s Project on Jewels of New York; Top Right: unknown; Bottom Left: Antiquaria; Bottom Center: Sunday Suppers; Bottom Right: The Nouveau Romantics at Marquee Rentals]