While your guests enjoyed pre-drinks and canapés all chairs at the ceremonial area were moved to the Reception to be used guest seating around the tables.
All tables were covered with beautiful heavy white damask full-length tablecloths as well as damask napkins and set as per the Round House standard with silver cutlery, glassware and silver underplates supplied by us.
A fairy light backdrops behind the main table added to the romantic and whimsical mood you envisaged for later when the sunset.
The glass cake table complimented your wedding cake set up close to the dance floor.
The centre of each of the ten round guest tables was decorated with a large round mirror plate on crystal bowls elevating the display somewhat off the table giving the illusion it is floating above the table. Stunning crystal candelabra with glass balls, water and large floating candles created a lamp effect on each table and were somewhat of a different look than the tall white dinner candles.
These were complemented with a tall lily vase with dangling crystal and filled with tall red gladiola as well as a small crystal bowl with red roses added to this. Two black crystal candlesticks with glass bowls and fat floating candles as well as several glass bowls with floating candles and small silver bling candle holders with t-light candles added to the romantic lighting as the night progressed…
Every second guest table had a white gladiola and white rose display breaking the red a bit, adding to the look you envisaged.
The seven-seater rectangular main table was decorated with two large silver champagne bowls filled with ice and champagne, two crystal candelabra with bowls and candles, two lily vases with tall red gladiola and complimented with two solid crystal bowls and red roses.
A crystal bowl placed in front of Megan’s table setting to place her bridal bouquet in once seated. Several crystal candlesticks with glass bowls and floating candles, loads of small glass bowls with floating candles and bling holders with t-light candles filled the front of this nearly eight-meter-long VIP table.