When you think of classic tabletops for weddings, do you think blue and white china? We love how you can mix and match the patterns for dinner parties and entertaining, but we had yet to see a wedding that captured the ease and elegance of this traditional pattern until the Oates & Goodyear wedding. What a great idea! Weddings decor should reflect your personal style. When you have great taste, well, that should show too. Bravo to the bride and wedding planner Paige Chenault for putting together a beautiful tabletop.
|POSH COUTURE RENTALS Blue & White China // BBJ Linen linens // PAIGE CHENAULT EVENTS Wedding Planning // GARDEN GATE FLORALS // BROOK HOLLOW COUNTRY CLUB Venue|
|This is the same Oates & Goodyear wedding. Notice how strong the Blue & White China is on both the print and solid linens. You really can't go wrong with this great pattern.|
If you love this theme and want to take it a step further, this Martha Stewart Family Tree template is just right for you. It's brings a personal touch to a traditional ceremony. Best of all, it's free here.
How do you know if this is pattern is right for you? The interior design of your house may be a hint. See how the pattern shows up in the interiors of our favorite homes and places.
|Clockwise from Top Right: Blue & White China Collection at POSH Couture Rentals // Tory Burch Madison Avenue store via Habitually Chic // Carolyn Roehm's home // Tory Burch Hampton home via Vogue // Aerin Lauder's Chinese porcelain collection. All images via Master Class.|