Who says a winter wedding needs to be decked out in traditional red and green or cold, stark white and silver? By adding some unexpected colors and natural elements, you can create a table that compliments the season while still looking modern and fresh.
Dark blue, cream, and lots of white make up our table's color scheme, while the dark brown pinecones keep it earthy and seasonal. We kept the napkins and dishware simple, so as to not compete with the printed fabric of the table runner.
For our centerpiece, we mimicked the look of an old feed sack by wrapping an inexpensive glass vase with nubby burlap fabric (which adds great texture to the table) and used a stencil to paint the table number onto the fabric. We filled the vase with white hydrangeas and pretty greens, keeping our arrangement unfussy and casual.
Pinecones are a budget-friendly way to add a simple and festive touch to your table, and they can double as place cards by hot-gluing name tags to each.
Sources: Fabrics and pinecones from Joann Fabric and Craft
Images courtesy: Mary Swenson