Inspired Creations – Winter Wedding Tablescape

We’re gearing up for a hot and humid weekend here so this winter-inspired tablescape for the Inspired Creations Contest feels pleasantly unique today. It’s the work of Custom Paper Works, GoIzzy and Dziekonski Photography and is inspired by the notion that winter weddings don’t need to involve holiday motifs or snowflakes in order to feel seasonally appropriate. This design is elegant and traditional and features sparkly details and a beautiful cascae of petals falling from the ceiling into the gorgeous centerpiece.
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silver-white-winter-wedding-tablescapeThe team kept varying budgets in mind when designing this tablescape. Centerpieces can easily be scaled up or down, in both quantity of flowers and height. A venue’s existing chairs could be embellished with pearl and crystal strands instead of renting more expensive chiavari chairs. The hanging wreath and drop flowers can be made from real orchids or artificial flowers. The idea is to take this as inspiration and then make it your own to fit your own budget.
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silver-faux-bois-winter-wedding-invitationsUsing layers of elegant linens, lots of texture and an abundance of elegant details and candlelight, the team created a really beautiful and inviting winter wedding tablescape. They were also kind enough to share a DIY tutorial for the cute rhinestone candle table numbers.

DIY Project – Crystal Candle Table Numbers
While we used petite numbers for our intimate table, they can easily be made larger, or adhered directly onto illuminated centerpiece vases if you are using your own.

Supplies:
Strips of small adhesive crystals
Small frosted votive candle holders

Step 1: Clean candle holders, assemble materials
rhinestone-decals-diy-projectStep 2: Decide on font/style for your numbers. If you don’t want to place them freestyle, print each number out and temporarily place inside candle holder to use as a template.
diy-tutorialStep 3: Remove crystal strips from package, and place onto candle holder, tracing the template or creating each number freestyle as you go! Crystals can be removed and replaced easily until desired look is achieved. Cut off any extra crystals.
diy-table-number-ideasStep 4: Fill in any gaps with single crystals.
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Further embellish the candle holders with more crystals, monograms or designs to suit your style.

Vendors -
Stationery from Kate of Custom Paper Works
Floral and Tabletop Design by Izabela of GoIzzy
Photography by Marek of Dziekonski Photography

{Photos by Dziekonski Photography.}

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Wow, this is full of DIY goodness! And I’m loving that it doesn’t even look like it. Those tea light candles are gorg, and I’m absolutely LOVING that pom pom chandelier…it almost looks like falling snow flakes. This is amazing inspiration for a winter white wedding!

Kristyn Gardner

Wow, this setup is absolutely amazing! Izabela of Goizzy Designs is working my wedding in a few months, and I’m so excited what she’s going to cook-up! She’s a godsend!

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