Today, we share the third tablescape that we created in collaboration with our dear friend and luxury Wedding Planner, Chenai Bukutu. Chenai visited our London Showroom and selected some of her favourite wedding presents from our extensive selection for this elegant and dynamic tablescape, that you can easily recreate at home. Focused around soft green textures, simple floral arrangements, timeless china and glassware and boho touches, this look is suitable for a casual dining or a more formal dinner party.
When choosing your wedding presents (particularly your china, cutlery and glassware) you want to consider items that transcend the seasons and trends. So this was the basis for Chenai's thought process for this table scape - a look that was appropriate for different seasons and different scenarios - whether that be a long casual lunch or a special occasion Christmas or Easter celebration. Chenai once again showed us the value of bud vases for creating a simple yet effective wow factor - we love this garlic bud vases from Club Matters, they're full of personality. Browse our extensive range of bud vases in our online showroom, all available to add to your wedding list.
Another central part of this look which injects a bit of fun are these statement cheetah candlesticks by OKA. Statement candlesticks are a brilliant addition to your wedding list and a great way to add variety to your tablescapes. You can always inject a different colour into the mix in your choice of candles for a fresh look. We love the idea of candlesticks for you list as they aren't something obvious that you would buy for yourself, however we guarantee you will use them time and time again. A lifelong memory of your wedding. How romantic.
Chenai used a mixture of cultery for this look, to showcase some of the different options available for your wedding list with The Wedding Present Company. Her choice for this look was more casual but if you wanted to keep this look more formal, you could timeless cutlery from the likes of Glazebrook, Carrs or Arthur Price.