If you were at the Sefton Wedding Fair in January, and more recently, the Milntown Wedding Open day, you will of experienced one of our favourite styles for 2018 - Seaglass.
When we design a table, we don't just want it to look beautiful, we want to evoke your emotions. This table is all about memories - walking along a Manx shoreline, the wind in your hair, the waves crashing on the beach, the light flickering on the waves and shards of seaglass glinting amongst the shells and stones at your feet.
Broken pieces of pottery, soft swathes of fabric, candles, moss, and of course a collection of seaglass are arranged to create a mesmerising tablescape. And the beauty about this style is it can be recreated for an intimate dinner for two, or on a larger scale for a wedding or event.
A torn edge menu hand finished with a splash of watercolour sits atop of textured ceramic plates, with coloured wine glasses and tumblers finishing the look perfectly.
Beautiful calligraphy with white ink on individual pieces of seaglass acts as a place card for each of guests as well as a personal keepsake for them to treasure.