This lovely table setting is festive and will please the eye aesthetically without being ‘over the top’.
We opted out of fresh flowers and instead went for gold-finished branches and twigs. They are multi-purpose for any celebration you might have coming up and will make a great decoration object even when not on central display.
The 4 wick candle and small votive candle will cast a beautiful and warm light over the setting. The satin ribbon reflects the light gloriously and brings a touch of playfulness to the otherwise rather structured setup.
The personalised tumblers are a fabulous gift and keepsake memory. The champagne glasses have 2 different designs and add to the playfulness of the ribbon. We chose to use gold as the accompanying metal. This comes back in the aforementioned branches, the flatware and the starter plates.
We kept patterns at a minimum with the napkins and champagne glasses. The coral patterns on the 4 wick candle are subtle and supportive. Whereas the plates are all uni-coloured and placed off-centre. We also arranged the flatware in a non-traditional way, resting the fork on top of the knife. The crane figurines are complementary to the crane napkins.
The colour palette we used for this arrangement:
Here are the exact things we used:
- White plate: Asa À Table
- Dark blue plate: Serax, Terres de Rêves
- Golden plate: Urban Nature Culture
- Small saucer: Urban Nature Culture
- Placemat: Linum
- Flatware: Vintage, alternatively Villeroy & Boch
- Champagne Glasses: These come out in special editions at Ritzenhoff
- Personalised Tumbler: DeGlasGraveur.nl
- 4 Wick candle: Vintage, Baobab Coral Trilogy Limited Edition, Andromeda, alternatively Baobab Women in support of breast cancer research
- Votive candle holder: Vintage, alternatively iittala
- Napkins: Design from a women’s haori on display at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, we bought the napkins at the physical museum shop, you can also try Bekking & Blitz
- Crane figurines: vintage, alternatively you can make an origami one yourself
- Satin ribbon: we used this one
- Table runner: made by Fabulously Dutch, alas sold out already…
I love the colors and how you make the little detail matching looks like for party ☺️
Can you say what the plant is in the back?
Hello again Tanya,
Thank you for your question (we assumed you meant this article by the way from you other question ;-)).
The plant at the back of the photograph is an anthurium. We got it from Dekker Anthuriums a few years ago and it has grown beautifully in the meanwhile.
If you have any other questions, let us know!
Have a lovely day!