Sometimes simple pairings just look so beautiful together. Learn how to make this table runner + use code BCP15 for 15% off your order at luxeparty.com!
So, where do we even start? First, a thank you to Shiffy Weinfeld, for coming back and creating this tablescape. We love your creativity and the way you bring ease to making our tables look so beautiful!
Ok, step by step! Let’s start with the easiest part, the table setting. It’s easy to make disposable look beautiful thanks to Luxe Party. These colors are just so-so pretty together. And you get to add in some color while still keeping everything neutral.
* If your your table has more silver tones than gold, you can go with this combination instead:
Silver Charger + White Dinner Plate + Blush Appetizer Plate + White/Silver Flatware.
* You can also create the same look using the Coupe Square collection.
Some of the table settings sit on top of these placemats in lieu of a charger. You don’t need to use one under every single plate. Every second or third plate is enough to bring in that green. These faux grass tiles are another option.
Now about this gorgeous runner. Creating a runner is a great way to get a magnificent floral impact without actually spending a ton on florals, as greens most often give you the best bang for the buck.
But if you want to reuse the runner, you’ll want to tie the stems together with some floral twine or wire. These floral scissors, first recommended in this post (a must if you love arranging your own flowers!), make a reappearance here.
There are no rules. Shiffy tells us, “Combine the different varieties of greenery to create a garland that curves to the length of the table you are using. There’s no particular technique for this – you create your garland by eye, weaving together your foliage. It doesn’t have to look perfectly symmetrical – the idea is to bring a wild, natural beauty to the table, so have fun experimenting with shapes and movement.”
For this runner, Shiffy gathered three different types of greenery with some hints of purple. It’s nice to have a variety of textures. She used about ¼ of each bunch at a time. There should be some semblance of order, not a wild mix.
Food also makes a table beautiful. The Bagel Chip Caesar Salad
and this Salmon with Beet Puree also made it to this Succos Table.
See more tablescape posts by Shiffy here:
Our Beautiful Shalosh Seudos Tablescape Is Easy to Recreate
Hosting a BBQ? Add Beauty and Color to Your Table with This Inspiration
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