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.
Matching the whimsy of her secret garden-esque Fall 2014 bridal runway, Monique Lhuillier dressed her table with a mix of lush blooms, sleek silver prints (and even lampshades!), and feminine calligraphy.
"I love fusing the traditional and the modern, like crystal glassware and graphic china," Lhuillier said of her table. "A mix-and-match vibe looks extra inviting. Plus, nothing says 'celebrate' like lush blooms and a little sparkle."
We couldn't agree more! This set-up would serve an ethereal bride with contemporary tendencies—and a flair for fun, feminine-looking decor—well. Whether it's an upscale garden party or city loft, this look would work at a multitude of venues, too.
Stay tuned for more of our favorite designer's dream wedding reception décor!
*Pictured above: Dinnerware "Embrace," $135 for a five-piece place setting, Monique Lhuillier Waterford; Flatware "Crestridge Bead," $30 for a five-piece place setting, and centerpiece bowls $200 each, Reed & Barton; Small wine glasses "Mozart," $160 each, Moser; Large wine glasses, $24 each, Vietri; Favor boxes, $13 for 10, Paper Presentation; Centerpieces, $475 each, Michael George; Table number, $2.50 and menu $200 for 100, JP Stationery; Place-card holders, $225 for six, L'Objet; Place-card calligraphy, from $2 each, Fleur de Letters; Silver votives, $340 each, Christofle; Glass globe votives, $3.95 each, Z Gallerie; Shaded candlesticks, $815 each, Baccarat *