I am always a sucker for an absolutely gorgeous, well styled table setting. There is such an art & endless beauty to place settings that it is forever enchanting to see each new variation & possibility. Just the right combination of items on a table can transport you into a whole other world. When this stunner of a glamour table setting hit my inbox thanks to wedding photographer Angie Capri Photography, I was down right giddy! San Francisco bay area event stylist Your Event by Erin teamed up with florist Florali to bring to life a dreamy sweetheart table filled with metallic goodness to be put on display in local bay area bridal boutique Kinsley James Bridal Couture. Through the use of a mix of glitter in differing sizes & shades, Erin brought serious shine to the glamour party! Crafted by hand, the center focus of the glamour table setting is an ombre glitter table runner which is perfectly complimented by glitter dunked pony bottles of champagne. To inject some sweet realness, Pigment and Parchment created lovely calligraphy style ‘husband' & ‘wife' tags bringing to life the glitter sealed gift bags. What I love most about this glamour table setting is how beautifully approachable it is. Just enough elegance with the right touches of shine equal a forever beauty!
A Word About The Shoot From Erin:
This sweetheart table was inspired by elegance with a bit of whimsy and glamour designed for Kinsley James Couture Bridal's window display and so beautifully captured by the lovely Angie Capri. I was definitely inspired by glitter which led to the DIY ombre glitter runner I made myself, it began with dusty pink glitter on one end and elegantly evolved into gold glitter at the other end. I started with a simple textured burlap runner, sprayed it in sections with adhesive glue and sprinkled on the glitter. The mini pink moscato bottles were also DIY items sprayed with adhesive glue and dunked in glitter, a festive decor element or fun favor for a shower or wedding.
We absolutely loved the way the little DIY glitter favor bags turned out as well and the “husband” and “wife” tags by Pigment and Parchment which were the perfect compliment. I used standard craft paper treat bags that I purchased at Paper Source. I sprayed them half way up the bag with adhesive glue (yes, it was an adhesive glue spraying kind of afternoon :)) and applied coarse glitter and sealed them with a little clothes pin.
My dear friend Kellyne with Hand and Heart Design made the adorable little tissue garland to compliment the table. Another item you can customize with various colors for birthdays, showers, and celebrations of all types! The pinwheels on the chairs were another cute whimsical detail, some were purchased as is and some were created from gorgeous fine handmade paper all discovered at Paper Source (a favorite shopping spot of ours).
The floral arrangement by the talented Darwin at Florali was the perfect arrangement for our brushed metal urn… Those dripping ranunculus and curiously cute pink anemones were eye candy galore! We combined various shades of pinks, patterns and gold details throughout the rest of the table. It was a sweet collaboration full of whimsical, glamorous and rustic details.”
Photographer: Angie Capri Photography | Event Coordinator and Stylist: Your Event by Erin | Florist: Florali | Paper Goods + Calligraphy: Pigment and Parchment | Paper Goods: Paper Source | Tissue Garland: Hand and Heart Design | Venue: Kinsley James Bridal Couture