The Royal Wedding is just hours away, and Starzlife has been given a sneak peek as to what guests attending the affair may have in store for themselves!
We visited Dolce Designs Studio in Los Angeles, who put together to looks for what could be the styles of decor shown at the wedding reception of Prince William and Kate Middleton taking place Friday morning from Westminster Abbey.
Both looks are very elegant, and have a very royal feel to them. For those of you brides-to-be looking for a royal wedding of your own, this is the place to go!
The first look is a royal blue theme, with Kingsley cobalt dinnerware, King Louis cobalt glassware, and King Arthur gold china.
The table, draped with a royal blue silk dupioni with a sheer beaded gold overlay gives off a very royal look that would be perfect for the Prince and his bride to be.
For the flowers, which feature butter cream roses, peony tulips, french tulips, phalaenopsis orchids, hydrangeas, and many more that make up the beautiful piece that sits in in an antique brass candelabra, with vintage gold glass centerpieces accompanying.
The chairs are chameleon chairs with velvet draped gold covers, and a complimenting gold carpet.
The napkins are held together by a gold beaded napkin holder, and to finalize the table, and tie all the pieces together, a menu card created from five different card stocks, accented with Swarovski crystals, and a matching place card for each guest to know where they will be seated.
All of the floral arrangement, fabric treatments, and styling were done at Dolce Design Studio, with the stationary coming from Cherish Paperie. The china, glassware, and flatware came from Unique Tabletop, and the linens from La Tavola. Lighting for the display was done by Peterson lighting.
The second look focuses more on a gold centered theme, and is accented with the same floral designs as the royal blue design.
The table top is dressed with a 24 carat gold sequin linen with a full accented rouge ivory overlay. Christina Whittle from Dolce Designs Studio told us that this look offered a more “youthful” look, and with William and Kate being younger this would have a more appropriate “fun” look, while still remaining very elegant.
The dinnerware for this design included Regal Court china, Riedel Crystal glassware, and Deco gold flatware.
The stationary for this table design was a three layer menu card with a double sided satin ribbon and Swarovski crystals to accent.
Check out some more photos of these AMAZING designs below, and visit Dolce Designs Studio on the web at www.dolcedesignsstudio.com
If the Royal Wedding planners came up with anything close to these beautiful designs, guests are in for a royal treat!