Here’s another masterpiece from Carter and Cook, an event and design company based in Southern California. I love their work. I posted another tablescape from them a while ago. If you haven’t seen it, you should check it at Shimmer + Bold. In this tablescape I’m featuring today, persimmons, birch wood and yarn were the inspiration for this beautiful natural and cozy, succulent-filled tablescape. The versatility of this table could be used for a Fall or Winter wedding, Thanksgiving Feast or dinner party. So, now is the time to start planning the details! Carter and Cook wanted to achieve a cozy and comfy look with the use of natural elements. They added an arrangement of bright flowers to give the table a pop of color. The various textures, height and color all add to the overall look, and it’s gorgeous!
Carter and Cook created these DIY cupcake liner ruffle flowers and placed them strategically on the table runner. Click on the link to follow their super easy steps to create this super cheap DIY. Besides the ruffle flowers, how beautiful is this table! I know it’s a little Fall-inspired, but you can certainly change the color of the flowers to make it more Spring-like and change the fruit so it’s more in season.
The orange piece of fruit scattered around the table is called a persimmon. They’re delicious! They also used pears and pomegranates.
They also have a DIY for these cozy yarn covered chargers! I mean, seriously. Who thinks of that? I think it’s a nice touch to any tablescape whether it’s for a wedding, dinner party or brunch! It certainly can add a punch of color and softness against a white plate.
The logo of the couple was utilized throughout the tablescape. I love how the logo was printed on the menu cards and on the label of the brown drink bottles.
I mean really, look at this GORGEOUS centerpiece. The colors scream Fall! I’m certainly not a flower expert, so I can’t help you on what flowers were used. But, I love the variety in type and color used.
Wine glasses with their own name cards written on kraft paper.
Kraft bags were also placed on each table setting with a variety of pastries/cookies placed inside each bag. This would be an ideal favor for each guest to take home and snack on while driving home.
Talented vendors who put this tablescape together:
Photography: Jill Thomas
Design / styling: Carter & Cook Event Co.
Flowers: The Floral Lab
Paper design: Posh Paperie
Bentwood chairs: Classic Party Rentals
Tableware: Pottery Barn
Napkins: Pier 1 Imports
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