It’s officially spring now and if you’re a spring, summer, or fall bride, linens are probably on your mind!
There are a few trends that come back around each year for runners and these are our top favorites for this spring. With these choices, you can’t go wrong!
This has been huge for a while and doesn’t show any signs of slowing down! A chiffon table runner, whether on all the tables or just a head/sweetheart, is the perfect way to bring some added glamour to your wedding without overwhelming your theme! It’s such a versatile fabric that it works for many different styles and can be easily draped and styled to fit any table.
This one is a little less common, but I think it has the most style! Velvet is so luxurious and elegant. It works in every season, depending on the color you choose. For spring and summer brides, the mauve color fits so well – like in this bohemian inspired wedding from Green Wedding Shoes. The maroon, emerald, or navy colors fit well for colder seasons like fall and winter.
This romantic ocean wedding shoot with one of our gauze runners perfectly exemplifies the airy, graceful vibe this runner can bring to your wedding tablescape!
These are our most popular runners and they fit for any season of the year. If your cake table needs a little extra sparkle or if you want to bring in an accent color with our champagne color or silver color (more colors available here), these are perfect! This sweet couple used some of our sequin linens in their wedding and I can't get enough of their pictures! (It was held at the Lighthouse - featured on our blog here!)
These gorgeous, romantic lace runners can bring a rustic vibe to your wedding and add another layer of elegance. I love this French country themed shoot using our runners!
You can also mix and match all of these to create a unique flair for your wedding! If you've used any of these, we'd love to see pictures! Tag us on Facebook or Instagram to make sure we see it.
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