Wedding Color Scheme: Lavender and Peach\\nSoft lighting, sheer organza, and pale hues give a romantic, dreamy quality to daytime receptions.\\nCharming \\"boxes\\" of miniature spray- and blue-moon roses, hydrangeas, dahlias, farida carnations, and delphiniums pile up daintily in the room. These petal presents range in height from just 4 to 11 inches (have your florist anchor blooms in oasis foam and tie with wired ribbons and China grass); the smaller the flower head, the neater the edge of the \\"box.\\" Floral design, by Jane Packer and Donna Stain at the Terence Conran Shop, jane-packer.co.uk.\\nA less pricey (and easier) alternative to floral packages is to use differently sized clear-glass vases, each tightly packed with a single type of flower and wrapped with a sheer organza ribbon to create a similar dreamy effect.\\nFor a soft, Midsummer Night's Dream feel, chairs are covered with lilac organza and strung with garlands of rose petals and Swarovski crystals, Chair covers, from Resource One, resourceone.info.\\n\\nSavvy shopper tip: To decorate backs of chairs, forgo expensive fresh blooms and instead tie fabric roses to a loose organza bow. Toss real rose petals at guests' feet.\\nTables are draped in pink and scattered with twinkling gems. The effect? Sheer romance. Tableware, napkins, tables, and chairs, from TriServe Party Rentals, triservepartyrentals.com.\\nInstead of using traditional numbers, table cards echo the wedding's hues; to find their seats, guests unclip cards from decorated chains accented with crystals and miniature roses. Crystal chains, by Swarovski, swarovski.com. Cards, by Mira Aster, miraaster.com.\\nAt the table, guests are greeted by folded napkin envelopes labeled with organza-covered place cards and sealed with glittering gems. Crystal button on napkin, by Swarovski, swarovski.com.\\n\\nSavvy shopper tip: Offset pastel linens in complementary hues with standard white china and stemware (find at any rental company). Add a glamorous touch by scattering colored glass beads on tabletops and mantels (look for them at craft stores).\\nA scalloped white china platter presents crystal flutes of champagne. Flutes and tray, from TriServe Party Rentals, triservepartyrentals.com.\\nWedding cookies are frosted in the party palette and passed around on beaded silver trays as take-home guest favors. Wedding cake cookies, by Patti Paige Baked Ideas, 212-925-9097.\\nExtend the flower theme to the aisle. Here, bridesmaids clutch sequined baskets brimming with roses. Another idea is to give each bridesmaid a round, beribboned pomander, a bloom-bedecked muff, or an organza drawstring purse filled with petals.