Decked out in the blush tones of a soft muted sunrise, the Rosalie table at our Paper Petals Plates event was every bit as beautiful as the wedding paper collection that inspired this tablescape. Dixie artist Gina Langford’s  graceful watercolored blossoms that border the invitations of the Rosalie collection (pictured at the bottom of this post) are echoed in the blooms of the stunning topiary centerpiece on this table.

This table’s designer and florist, Melanie Hughes of The Pink Pear, incorporated an array of creamy hydrangeas, blush garden roses, bunches of pink miniature sweetheart roses, melon Gerber Daisies, spires of deep pink Snapdragons, silver and gray greenery, Elaeagnus, and Eucalyptus throughout this stunning arrangement. The topiary’s trunk rested in a bed of Dusty Miller. We love the pink ribbon streamers Melanie tied to the lower flowers of the arrangement – they remind us of a May Pole!

Melanie was able to continue the blush pink tones throughout the table in several other lovely aspects such as the spectacular rosette patterned table cloth and the beautiful Anthropologie dinner plates. We adore how she included a melon-hued Gerber Daisy at each place setting for napkin rings. 

CREDITS :: Table Lead & Florist, Melanie Hughes of The Pink Pear | Charger, Greystone Marketplace | Dinner Plates, Anthropologie (Discontinued) | Glassware & Flatware, Private Collection | Linens, Wildflower Linen | Napkins, Coccon Silk Ribbon | Photos by Mary Margaret Smith and Alicia Crossley

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