Once we saw our new Rosette Sequin tablecloths, we new it had to be featured in a tablescape that showed off its feminine sparkle and beauty. Even though all three colors are fantastic, we chose the 108 in. blush pink and created what we envision as the perfect Sequin Sweet Sixteen Tablescape. Although, we think it turned out so elegant that it could also easily work for quinceaneras, or a girly princess themed weddings.
We decided to go with a color palette that used shades of pink, white, and silver. As a sophisticated pairing with the blush pink rosette sequin tablecloth we topped it with a 108 in. white satin tablecloth that adds a soft sheen. The white satin is thin, allowing the rosettes and sequins beneath peek through in a cute subtle way. However, if you want more coverage for a completely flat surface, you could add a thicker white polyester tablecloth between the sequin and satin, but keep in mind this will make the drapes thicker and a little harder to pin. We wanted to create an elegant draping effect so we used a simple safety pin and bunched the stain into layered folds, pinning it to the sequin tablecloth at the table edge. We love the idea of creating draped, layered looks so look forward to a future post where we demonstrate various styles.
On the tabletop we started with the centerpiece, using a white manzanita tree to create height and to bring a very subtle gloss to the table. We decided to use a square, grey wooden planter to bring dimension, and wrapped it in a silver organza material to add a little extra femininity. You could easily use ribbon for this, but we actually used an organza chair sash and it worked beautifully! To add some shine, and to cover the base of the tree, we added David Tutera Clear Acrylic Diamonds, while stringing crystal garlands in the tree branches. To highlight the pink of the sequin tablecloth we added peach poms, they bring the perfect amount of color to the sparkling gems and white tree.
The table setting was remarkably simple. We topped silver chargers with simple white plates to accent the centerpiece, and then chose a coral pink napkin. The color is just slightly different, but still complimentary to the blush pinks of the tablecloth and while picking up the slightly orange hues in the poms. We folded them into a three-fold rectangle and slid on a chrome, hourglass napkin ring, then simply tucked the edges beneath the plate for a faux bow look that you might have seen in our Shabby Chic Tea Party Tablescape. To bring another touch of girly flair to the table we added a silk white rose and tucked the stem into the napkin ring for a clean look.
Finish the table with a few white glass votives and a sprinkling of teardrop diamond accents to add final touches of white and silver. You’ll have created the delicate, feminine look of our sequin sweet sixteen tablescape that’s perfect for events with pink and white palettes or with a girly style.
Photography: Joey | Graphics, Tablescape Design, & Editing: Olivia | Tablescape Design & Writing: Mikayla