You’ll be spoilt for choice if you’re planning on using green table decorations on your big day! You might, for example, bring the outside in with fresh, natural or sage greens. Alternatively, be bold with vibrant lime, or autumnal with bottle green. Let’s take a look at some inspirational green wedding ideas, from elegant table linen to fabulous favours.
Flowers & Foliage
Nature lends a helpful hand when it comes to green table decorations, offering beautiful foliage in abundance.
Candles adorned with greenery are simple to create and suit a rustic or contemporary theme.
Image courtesy of Elizabeth Anne Designs
A combination of low and high arrangements add interest to a room without interrupting conversation! These long tables are well suited to ‘runner’ style arrangements.
Image courtesy of Josh Gruetzmacher
Foliage, wood, white blooms and glassware are a perfect match. We love the combination of these colours, so effortlessly stylish.
Image courtesy of Pat Furey Photography
Go contemporary with copper and green and geometric shapes.
Image courtesy of Melissa Fuller Photography
For boho style, a Lyle’s Golden Syrup tin filled with ‘just picked’ blooms is a quirky, inexpensive vase. Just think of all those syrup filled pancakes you’ll just have to enjoy before the wedding!
Image courtesy of Melia Melia Photography
This table couldn’t be more simple in nature yet so immaculately presented.
Image courtesy of Brittany Wood
Linen & Glassware
From colourful linen to vibrant green glassware, or even a hint of pastel on a napkin, linen and glassware make the basis of your wedding tables.
Simple but effective, green wine bottles make excellent ‘candlesticks’ for a more rustic wedding.
Image courtesy of Three Nails Photography
Move away from rustic style by adding more flowers to your foliage. White is always an elegant choice, combined here with gold cutlery and beautiful glassware.
Image courtesy of Arte de Vie Photography
For vintage style, use lace on your tables. This pretty runner adorned with greenery will be a real talking point.
Image courtesy of Frances Carlisle
If you’d prefer to stick to white linen, add a hint of green in the form of ribbon. These napkin ties are easy to create and oh-so-elegant.
Image courtesy of Michele Beckwith
Sage is a lovely hue of green for a country wedding, bringing the outside in. If you’re choosing a coloured base linen, opt for white napkins and candles.
Image courtesy of Mike Larson
Glassware is a great way to introduce green to your tables. Choose perhaps just one glass in green with the others more plain in style.
Image courtesy of Alissa Saylor Photography
Vibrant, minty green is a lovely choice for a summer celebration – particularly a destination wedding.
Image courtesy of Heather Roth Fine Art Photography
Favours & Stationery
If your table design is relatively simple, you can always add colour in the detail. Pretty favours and beautiful stationery offer the finishing touches to your table.
Nature gives you free place cards in the form of leaves! Allocate some of your budget to calligraphy which transforms these leaves in to a stylish table accessory.
Image courtesy of Ivy Inks
Don’t forget to co-ordinate your stationery, carrying the green theme through from the invitation to menus sitting on your tables.
Image courtesy of Minted
This menu is perfectly matched to the centerpiece foliage. There are so many different shades of green, it’s important to choose yours wisely.
Image courtesy of Conforti Photography
Keep it simple, incorporating hints of green where you can, perhaps even in the table name or number.
Image courtesy of Jen Huang
Fun and perfectly suited to the green theme, we love these cactus favours which can be displayed on your tables.
Image courtesy of Tracey Reynolds Floral Design
Sometimes a simple sprig of rosemary on a pristine white placecard is all you need. Remember, herbs also add a lovely scent to your table.
Image courtesy of I Take You
For something different… how about mint favours? These are beautifully wrapped with a quirky message.
Image courtesy of Mint Favours and More
Pretty cookies are another great choice for a favour.
Image courtesy of Iced
With a green theme, you can give your guests something that will grow. A romantic, choice of favour, we love these seedlings.
Image courtesy of Twenty Seven
And finally… don’t forget to carry your green theme through to the rest of your day. Green is a lovely choice for a bridesmaid gown and, while you might not wear a green dress, you could accessories with green shoes!