We are forever being inspired by raw and natural items when styling wedding tables. Crystals can transfer a positive energy and mood to a wedding tablescape. A blend of giant crystals boards that bounce off light and colour, small rocks that can be held in the hand of your guests to absorb a healing energy, and cut crystal candlesticks and stemware will create an earthly vision for your guests.
Crystals can create an opulent scene if styled appropriately and it can be hard to achieve a chic earthy look with cheap replica crystals and stones. We'd suggest investing in real pieces that will give off an earthly energy. Mix a few large pieces for the centerpiece and blended in some smaller complimentary crystal formations. Sometimes less is more.
We'd also recommend working in other elements from nature, such as wood, flowers, earthly materials such as copper, gold or silver. Geometric shapes, raw lines and angular patterns will compliment your crystals and create a space that is raw and edgy.
Keep your glassware either crystal clear or with a gorgeous tinted hue that matches your crystals, for example burnt pink crystal cut glasses. Place your guest's names in little cut out crystal card holders, oversized crystal cut outs as table numbers and/or give a little gift of precious stones to your guests. Burn candles that offer a beautiful rose scent and flowers that are soft and antique in appearance.
We particularly love the idea of serving your food on large crystal platters or canapés on small individual crystal coasters, as you can see featured in the first image below by designer Anna New York (@Rablabs). You can also look to hire crystal cut glassware from companies such as Little Grey Station Wedding and Event Design or buy some items from The Mania Mania online.
To see more ideas, we've written about earthly table gifts which may compliment your styling.
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