We asked four legendary wedding dress designers to help us create dream reception tables. Get ready for the most fashion-forward meal of your life.
Leave it to Carolina Herrera, purveyor of all things chic, to design the most sophisticated table-scape ever. The metallic accents on the silverware and chairs are offset by the graphic vases and rustic china designs. While the color palette featuring pinks, black, white, and gold come together masterfully for a polished yet modern vibe.
"There's no such thing as an old-fashioned table!" Herrera said of her reception décor picks. "I always turn to luxe classics: impeccably cut flowers, top-shelf china,
and sparkling crystal. They're all you need for a perfect meal — besides great food, company, and conversation, of course!"
We could see this wedding reception décor working especially well for an eclectic black tie affair at a museum or library.
Pictured above: Dinnerware "Espalier," $225 for a five-piece place setting, Charlotte Moss for Pickard; Flatware $155 for a five-piece place setting, Juliska; Glassware from $69, William Yeoward Crystal; Place cards $4.50 for 10, Caspari; Calligraphy $2 each, Fleur de Letters; Centerpieces $275 each, Miho Kosuda, Ltd.; Fabric wrap (on vases) "Edo," China Seas; Boxwood balls $12 each, Jamali Garden; Ceramic Vase (holding branches) $315, Vietri; Chairs "Darlington," $550 for two, Society Social