Each table had a theme and definite style. "Butter My Biscuit" - vintage farm feel. Daisies in the bride's bouquet, baby's breath centerpiece.
"Eat Your Veggies" - vintage-eclectic. I loved the veggies as decor, and set the bouquet in a terracotta pot for the tablescape.
"Ruby: black, white & read all over" - vintage-industrial. See above for the fun red carnation bouquet and boutonniere for this one. Tightly packed carnations as a kissing ball, or in this case a bouquet, is such a fun look with all their frilly petals looking like one giant flower instead of traditional carnations.
"Olive you!" - Earthy, natural, but refined. This was the most simple table, but really looks great. I tied olive tree foliage on the bride and groom's chairs, and the bouquet was a simple and sweet collection of white lisianthus and blush spray roses, accented with a little olive foliage.
This was my favorite table: "Orange you glad you came." Orange and turquoise, sophisticated but not stuffy. Oranges, peaches and creams accented with soft green succulents in the bouquet.