Surrounded by the spectacular grounds of the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North, a winter-wedding-inspired tabletop of glistening metallics, florals and stunning linens showcases seasonal luxury for the bride and groom.
One of the first things guests will see before they enter your reception is the escort card display. As their first glimpse into what is to come, make the design meaningful and cohesive with the rest of the event.
Saying thank you to your guests for traveling from afar and spending money to celebrate your day is essential. These heart-shape ornaments fit the winter wedding theme and will remind guests about your day for years to come.
Kissing deer greet each guest at their table as soon as they take their seats. This custom-designed menu sits perfectly on top of bone-white china which allows the colors of the fonts and paper to pop and play off the décor of the tablescape.
A gold-brushed charger, gold flatware, a gemstone-studded napkin ring, mercury glass candleholders, a silver menu and gold-rimmed wine glasses play up the metallics of the holidays, making the table sparkle. Using different colors of metallics in one design makes it unexpected—and guests love that.
Dramatic and romantic: amaranthus. This green hanging mosslike floral is used to decorate the table in a subtle yet natural way.
Rustic antlers serve as the main inspiration for the table design. Adorned with roses, moss and orchids, this over-the-top meets natural centerpiece fit this Arizona winter wedding perfectly.
It’s a celebration, so make it look like one. Leave a bottle of wine on the table and cork it with something decorative and fun.
Adding a pop of sparkle gives décor a more festive feel without looking blingy and fake.