For the end of January, we wanted to feature our top three favorite table runners for 2018.
Table runners are the perfect accessory to your centerpiece and help bring your reception together, adding that perfect missing piece. Our table runners are all hand-made and come in a variety of fabrics. We offer any size to match your table.
Our three favorites for the year:
This emerald velvet table covering adds a luxe feeling to any of your tables! Make a statement on your entrance table or at your head table.
Mustard is a must for 2018! For both spring and fall brides, you're going to be seeing this color everywhere. If mustard isn't in your color set, we also offer silk runners in more colors. We have white silk runners, blush pink silk, sky blue, and more!
We're all about bold colors, especially in this gauze material. This oxblood runner creates a focus piece for your wedding and adds an airy, romantic look.
Table runners are an important part of your reception - they help set the mood, show off your color set, and bring an added layer of glam to your special day. Have any questions about where to start? Contact us!
Velvet ribbon is our new favorite trend here at Party Crush Studio!
Living in California, it's so easy to be inspired, especially on days like this shoot! The moody backdrop of the cliffs against the water was like a daydream.
I can't get enough of El Matador State Beach as a backdrop for this stunning beach bride. If you're searching for some bohemian elements to add to your wedding, this shoot incorporated some of my favorites.
The mid-century modern pieces, paired with gauzy fabrics like our gray table runner shown here, help bring this boho vision to life.
The gray of the fabric brings so much depth to the deep ocean blues and the brightness of the cliffs. I can't get enough!
What's your favorite part of the shoot?
PHOTOGRAPHY - BLUE ROSE PICTURES | SEA GLASS ESCORT CARD CALLIGRAPHY - FEATHER & IVY | STYLIST/PLANNER - BRILLIANT WEDDING CO. | FILM PROCESSING & SCANS - PHOTOVISION PRINTS | MODEL - MARITA GOMSRUD | DRESS - SOLSTICE BRIDE | HAIR ACCESSORIES - NATURAE DESIGN | HAIR & MAKEUP - BEAUTY BY MELINA | RENTALS - ARCHIVE RENTALS | FLORIST - THE BLOEMIST | CAKE - VANILLA BAKE SHOP | INVITATIONS & CALLIGRAPHY - BRUSH & NIB | SILK TABLE RUNNER - CANDY CRUSH SHOP | BROKEN GLASS - HIGH TIDE GIRL | LOCATION - CLIFFS OF EL MATADOR STATE BEACH IN MALIBU
Can you believe it’s almost May? I’m excited for some May flowers and of course, all the beautiful weddings!
If you need a little inspiration for your spring wedding planning, hopefully this mood board helps! Some of my favorite aspects to include in spring weddings are bright colors, light fabrics (like this blush runner and this stunningly romantic rosette chiffon tablecloth), and as many flower centerpieces as possible!
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What’s your favorite detail for your wedding tablescape? What’s inspiring you this month?
Image: Harley Weir
Last month, I joined up with a few other vendors to host a St. Patrick's Day shoot, inspired by Pantone's color of the year: Greenery.
We held the shoot at The Lighthouse - a venue I adore! This styled shoot gives me inspiration for many weddings and even a sweet elopement ceremony and I hope it inspires you too.
I used our gold velvet linens to highlight the actual greenery we used in the shoot and to compliment the gorgeous, mint green invitations as well as the gold accessories throughout the shoot. Don't be afraid to mix different shades of the same color as long as it looks intentional and not like they just didn't match! The pops of gold here helps tie the darker green of the florals and the mint together.
The golden candlesticks next to the gold velvet is a glamorous combination for any wedding - even this intimate ceremony! The velvet tablescape with the gold flatware adds an extra luxurious feel to the setting.
Speaking of tablescapes - we chatted about table runners last week and I love this combination we used here with a mint cloth and sparkly runner to add a little further interest to the table. Mixing linen textures is a great way to tie colors and themes together without looking repetitive.
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What is your favorite way to mix linen textures? Would you use two shades of the same color like in this shoot?
Need some help pairing your colors? Leave us a comment below!
photography: Danielle Poff Photography | venue: The Lighthouse | event design: Brannan Events & Design | florals: Tumbleweed Floral Truck | wedding dress boutique: Kinsley James Couture Bridal | bride's ring: vintage | hair stylist: Tay C Styles | makeup artist: MakeUp by Adele | paper goods: Oxford Lettering Co. | cake: Ma Petite Maison Cake Design | furniture: The Chiavari Guys | linens: Party Crush Studios | model: Chelsea Schroeder | artisan gift box: Box + Bow