5 Stunning Ways to Set Your Beach Wedding Table

August 5, 2015 | By | Comments (8)

Dining al fresco in the sand is no reason to limit your wedding tabletop options! These event planners picked pretty dishware, natural centerpieces, and bright flowers to perfectly accessorize the beautiful background of the sea. While we’re all for casual celebrations with durable plates and comfort food, taking elegant dishware outside adds an element of surprise and completeness to an outdoor beach wedding. Here are five gorgeous place settings we’re loving right now.

beach wedding centerpiece

Driftwood makes an earthy centerpiece, while dahlias, Juliet garden roses, coral spray roses, succulents, billy balls, pincushion proteas, dusty miller and reindeer moss bring in light pops of color. The wedding favors – bottles of homemade limoncello – were left on the tables for guests to take home.

Venue: Descanso Beach Club
Photographer: Molly + Co 
Planner: Lynn Nagelmann
Flowers: Bloom Floral
Linens: La Tavola

 

beach wedding centerpiece

Bright colors make a bold statement against a coastal backdrop, and are sure to stand out in photos. We love the coordination with the patterned dance floor.

Design and Coordination: Geller Events
Floral Design: The Hidden Garden Flowers
Photographer: Michael Segal Photography
Dance Floor: BB Rodeo
Tabletop: Town and Country Event Rentals
Linens: La Tavola Linens 
Chargers: BBJ Linens

 

beach wedding dinner table

So casual, yet so elegant. Why not sip from pretty glassware while sitting on a pillow in the sand?

Design and styling: The Little Things
Photography: Ruth Eileen Photography
Floral design: Sweet Annie Floral Design
Stationery (not pictured): Paper Moss

 

beach dinnerware dish

This setting combines metallic elements with traditional beach details like a shell-inspired plate.

Event Design + Styling: Harmony Creative Studio
Photo: Robyn Preston Photography 
Dishware + Chargers: Pier One Imports
Vintage Table: Tasteful Tatters

 

beach wedding dinner table

Mismatched glassware in varying shades of blue keeps things interesting across such a long table.

Photography: The Image Is Found
Planning and Event Design: GATHER Events
Floral Design: Moon Canyon
Paper Goods: Amber Moon Design
Calligraphy: Jimin Bruen for Petite Pen
Venue: Adamson House
Rentals: Archive RentalsClassic Party Rentals Raj Tents
Catering/Bar: The Kitchen for Exploring Foods
Dessert: Vanilla Bake Shop 

 

Now that you’ve got the table settings down, how about checking out the perfect beach wedding dinner? Or see some of our favorite wedding cakes here and here.

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COMMENTS

  1. Ali Yoon

    Wow these are gorgeous table settings!

    August 5, 2015 at 1:20 pm
  2. Molly Sanders

    love the idea of sitting right in the sand! So beautiful!

    August 5, 2015 at 7:17 pm
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  8. kimberly george

    i make driftwood creations from the river that i go to swimming, and they are really nice and i add all kinds of things, And finding the right driftwood that says a theme to something. Making these for a long time.

    January 13, 2016 at 6:37 pm

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