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  • Lottie Dainton

Explore Alternative Charger Plates That Will Transform Your Wedding Place Settings

You’ve chosen the dreamiest colour palette and you’ve picked out the perfect table centrepieces, but have you considered your wedding place settings? Often overlooked, your wedding place settings can have a huge impact on your venue décor and overall wedding style. If you haven’t even thought about your place settings yet, don’t fret, that’s why we’re here to help as one of the top wedding planners in London. Today we’re focusing on how you can use alternative charger plates to transform your wedding place settings. So, if you want to wow your guests as soon as they sit down, you’re in luck as we’ve got heaps of inspiration heading your way…

If you’re planning a pretty pink colour scheme, we suggest using a pale pink and gold charger plate for your wedding place settings. The combination of blush pink teamed with modern metallic will effortlessly create elegant place settings. Team with gilded cutlery and pink napkins – you could even place a single pink rose in the middle of each plate for an extra dash of romance.

Do you want to transport your wedding guests to a bygone era? Then we suggest using an antique-inspired charger plate with lots of intricate detailing. Opt for old-fashioned yet beautiful cutlery and dramatic wine glasses. This is the perfect choice for a vintage luxe wedding theme – divine!

Festival weddings are set to stay in the spotlight, so let your imagination run wild! We recommend using long wooden trestle tables for your wedding breakfast as they will help to create a relaxed, festival vibe. If you want to add a hint of luxe, opt for a brushed metallic charger plate and work in lots of leafy foliage. This modern festival wedding place setting will certainly win over your guests.

Add a hint of glitz and glamour to your wedding tables with a metallic laser-cut charger plate. Whether you want to give your big day a Great Gatsby vibe or a luxurious feel, laser-cut charger plates are guaranteed to have the wow factor and they can instantly transform your tables.

For couples who are planning a rustic or Winter wonderland celebration, we adore the idea of using wooden tree slices as alternative charger plates. You could even use the tree slices as your table centrepieces, cake stand or as a display for your wedding guest book.

Moroccan wedding themes are one of the hottest wedding trends around. If you fancy recreating this look for your own special day, opt for a mixture of colour-popping teal, terracotta and luxe gold. Use napkins featuring Moroccan-inspired designs and your guests will feel like they’re on holiday…

Alternative charger plates in a variety of pale hues are the epitome of neutral elegance. You can team them with bright and vibrant table centrepieces or transform the look with modern metallic cutlery. The choice is yours!

Add a botanical touch to a simple white charger plate with a sprig of foliage. You could use olive leaves or Eucalyptus. This minimalist look will help to keep your wedding place settings looking chic yet stylish.

Pale gilded charger plates are effortlessly elegant and they’re the perfect choice if you want understated luxe on your wedding day.

You may have spotted an array of industrial, edgy weddings around and this modern theme is here to stay for the long haul. Team a bronze or copper charger plate with terrarium centrepieces, succulents and marble escort cards. We can promise you that your wedding day will look ultra-stylish.

As you can see, alternative charger plates can easily give your wedding tables that extra dash of wow factor.

If you'd like to enquire with us on how we can design your wedding with alternative charger plates, please contact us here.

Image Credits: Image 1 by Gloria Mesa Photography / Image 2 by Eva Lin Photography / Image 2 by Greg Finck Photography / Image 4 by Perry Vaile Photography / Image 5 by Jessica Schmitt Photography / Image 6 by Jacque Lynn Photography / Image 7 by George Pahountis Photography / Image 8 by Lisa Catherine Photography / Image 9 by Jen Huang Photography / Image 10 by Holeigh V Photography / Image 11 by Juddric Photography

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