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Creating a super stylish wedding reception table is easier than you thought, especially with the help of a pro designer. Luckily, you don't have to shell out big bucks to get advice from an industry great. Last week, we brought you tips from designer Ralph Lauren, and this week we were inspired by none other than bridal great Vera Wang!
"Choosing reception décor is about marrying two people's journeys," says Wang. "Create your own look. Want to combine silver and gold china? Mix up the glassware? Trust yourselves!"
Photo: Kana Okada
Her crisp and elegant style is perfect for your reception space, and makes for a classic and beautiful space that will suit any wedding season or venue. Check out her favorite combinations for a simple, neutral tablescape with tons of pretty accents. Below are her top picks to recreate this look at your own reception.
Don't forget to pick up our Brides February/March 2015 issue, available on newsstands now or available for download here, for more décor inspiration!
Dinnerware: "Gilded Weave," $139 for a five-piece place setting, Wedgwood Vera Wang; Flatware: "Silver Polished," $70 for a five-piece place setting, Wedgwood Vera Wang; Wineglasses: "Casanova" with platinum, $210 each, Moser; Menus: $275 for 100, Coral Pheasant; Calligraphy: $1 per menu and $5 per table number, Calligraphy by Jasmine Yoon; Favor Boxes: $2.95 each, Pearl River Mart; Chocolates: $1.50 each, Bedazzle My Bonbons; Flowers: from $125, Miho Kosuda, Ltd.; Dahlia Vase: "Sip of Gold" champagne goblet, from $386, Sieger by Furstenberg; Candlesticks: "Numi," $4.95 each, CB2; Table Runners: "Painted Metallic," $39 each, West Elm; Rental Chairs: "Victoria Ghost," $12 each, Luxe Event Rentals, LLC; Wallpaper: "Lattice," $225 per roll, Farrow & Ball