Country gardens make a perfect setting for a wedding. They are essentially a blank canvas, which enables you to be creative and style your wedding how you have always dreamed. Here are my top tips for styling a country garden wedding table.
Pots of Fresh Flowers
Add a collection of terracotta or rustic silver pots to your wedding tables, filled with small displays of fresh flowers.
Herbs are perfect for adding a subtle fragrance to your tables. Fill small pots with your favourite herbs to place on your reception tables and around the space you are using.
Cover and bind some cheap pots or candlesticks with moss to give your wedding tables a pretty, rustic look. This looks great if you’re planning a greenery styled country garden wedding.
Set up your wedding tables under trees and hang lanterns, small lights or glass baubles with tea lights for some romantic lighting.
Log slices are perfect for decorating your wedding tables. Pile a few log slices on your table to display flowers or vases to add some height.
Make your own greenery garlands to display down the centre of long tables. Combine these with some colourful flowers housed in terrariums for a contemporary look.
Use some old galvanised watering cans as centrepieces to complete the country garden look. Fill them with moss, foliage and wildflowers.
Make your own informal napkins using flowery prints and cut them with pinking shears.
Complement the natural outdoors by using natural wood tables instead of standard banqueting tables.
Use vintage style crockery on your wedding tables to complete the look.
Why not set up a Pinterest board to collate all your ideas, and then choose your favourite ideas to help style your country garden wedding table.
Guest post by Lindsey Hunter of Get Knotted
Terracotta Pot Plants: Theresa Furey Photography
Pots of Herbs: Debs Ivelja Photography
Moss Covered Pot: EFC Photography
Tree Lighting: Joshua Kane Photography
Log Slice: Jasmine Jade Photography
Greenery Garland Table Centrepiece and Wooden Wedding Table: Fiona Kelly Photography
Galvanised Watering Cans: Judy Pak Photography
Floral Napkins: Pixabay
Vintage Style Crockery: Lumiere Photography