This beautiful micro wedding table with stunning dahlias, showing how micro weddings can still be beautiful. Styled by amazing florist Emily Robbins, this bright and colourful table pops with stunning flowers and gold charger plates. With menus by Pingle Pie, the floral edging keeps in theme. I especially love the curled paper name places over the wine glasses for a unique and stylish look.
Many couples are having to downsize their big weddings, but by doing this really has it’s plus points! Emily styled 4 tables, full of her gorgeous flowers and plants, providing inspiration for smaller weddings. The first being this gorgeous colour pop!
Micro weddings have a more personal and intimate feel. The wedding breakfast tables also feel like this, everyone is together and you can chat and speak to everyone you have invited. You can also splash out on some of the things you may have cut back on – like flowers! Lining tables full of bright flowers, creates a unique and effective look perfect for an intimate wedding.
This table could work in both winter and summer.. I tend to find people stick to certain colours in the autumn/winter. But there’s nothing to say you can’t have bright and bold colours. Adding a few candles for a more cosy winter feel would be a fabulous look when the nights draw in.
Emily and I want to emphasise that smaller doesn’t mean less. You can continue to have the wedding of your dreams even if the guest list is slightly smaller.