Last weekend Craig’s brother got married (to the most wonderful girl) and their whole celebration was so beautiful. Their colors were sage and cream and they had a lot of outdoorsy elements. One of my sisters-in-law and I were in charge of decorating at their wedding dinner the evening of their wedding. We held the dinner at my in-laws cabin in Midway, Utah up in the mountains. My father-in-law always calls the view from their cabin the, “million dollar view,” so we knew we wanted that to be the backdrop. Unfortunately because of all the fires, the air was kind of smoky, but it still turned out really nice.
We put a bunch of tables together in a T shape under some canopy’s and covered the table with white table cloths. We had some logs cut into a few inch thick pieces and topped those with a clear vase holding babies breath, then we scattered leaves from the bushes around the cabin across the table. It was simple, but really lovely, and I feel like it really captured their theme well. We also took some table runners from their reception that were real greenery and strung them around the canopy where the newlyweds would sit. The final piece was putting the brides bouquet on a piece of wood in front of the couple.
It was simple, beautiful and really fun to create.