Call us crazy, but some of the best weddings we have witnessed were the ones where they weren't afraid of entertaining the tiniest of guests. Are you thinking of having kids at your wedding? You probably need to take time to plan for that. Let's cut to the chase with possibly the cutest kids table for a wedding we've seen of late. We'd also file this kid-friendly tablescape under a "how-to" category for blending glamour and fun! With The Nursery by Southwinds recently opening its doors for hosting events, this fab team spearheaded by Magdalena L. Wedding & Event Planning took to transforming the space into a chic garden party filled with the latest wedding trends. A modern look with geometric shapes, texture through pampas grass with touches of white, gold, and hints of marigold play into the detail. Thanks to WASIO Photography we've got a gallery packed full of inspiring ideas beginning with the cutest kids table for a wedding that will kick off the fun and keep details soaring.
This team hit succulent heaven with this marvelous backdrop at the nursery. They added accents in all shapes, sizes and texture to build a unique ceremony staging area. The spotlight is a custom arch in a glowing champagne color to reflect the sunlight. The golden metal chairs tied in to the theme and are the perfect inspiration on how to spice up your guests seating. The bride stepped out in a beautiful lace dress and the bridesmaids wore champagne colored dresses with feather cover ups. For us the custom wooden kids table created with a custom balloon garland centerpiece is totally steal-worthy. Not enough inspiration incorporates the kids table and this is pure fun as an idea to keep kids entertained during a wedding. Of course, the darling wee one in her Marias Sky is what tulle dreams are made of for all little princesses too! The reception was set up in what used to be the greenhouse of the nursery. This room is a blank canvas and can be decorated in which every way you can imagine. The oversized handmade custom flower wall creates a beautiful focal point for the dessert section. Instead of having a full dessert table, they went with the couple's signature cocktail drinks around the cake on geometric white pillars. To get a little mileage out of the décor elements, its always wise to use ceremony décor for the reception if you can. For example, how the arch was moved behind the love table to tie in the modern meets rustic look.