10 wedding place setting ideas you’ll love

If you think you’ve got a lot on your plate wedding planning, you ain’t got nothing on these fabulous table settings

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Photo: Kellee Quinn Photography

Make like Jamie Genevieve and gift guests a beautifully calligraphed malachite place name. Laura Elizabeth Patrick’s designs are always on the money.


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Photo: Katy Lunsford

Consider this 2019’s answer to the doily – a delicate stack of lace-like crockery and a printed voile table runner are inspired choices from Helaina Storey Wedding Design.


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Photo: Solen Photography

No print can quite match the fresh and clean outlook of stripes. Lemonbox Studios lets a nautical-inspired mat and minimal menu do all the talking.


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Make this Rosemood Atelier Forever Ferns menu an integral part of your decorations by attaching it to a crisp white napkin with matching belly band and slipping in a fern leaf for an au naturel finishing touch.


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Photo: The Gibsons Photography

Origami Fox’s geometric place names + eclectic floral arrangements = an explosion of colour and personality.


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Photo: The Hendrys

Swap a twee place mat for a square of floral fabric, à la  Lemonbox Studios, for a more directional dinnertime.


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Photo: Emma Lawson Photography

Paper Skeleton’s artfully ripped stationery modernises this decadent set-up, featuring touches of mauve, dried fruit slices and gilded side plates.


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Photo on left: The Curries

Cosmos Floral Design (left) ties a crisp, striped napkin and spiky thistle sprig neatly together with a humble piece of jute string – sometimes, it’s the simplest ideas that work best.

A plush terracotta seat cover, sage candlestick and sugary pink rose join aesthetically pleasing forces in a portion of this curated Through the Looking Glass Events (right) table-scape.


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Photo: Martin Venherm

How clever is this space-saving menu/cutlery pouch from Origami Fox?

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